Video conferencing tools are a good option to replace face-to-face meetings for remote workers and when you’re working from home. Video conferencing is also a good way to meet with clients and prospects when it’s not possible to meet in person.
Facebook lets you broadcast, share and chat for up to 4 hours, plus record and share your video.
40-minute free video conference for up to 100 participants, paid subscription options.
Small groups of up to 10 people can meet and record the video, paid subscription options also.
Up to 25 participants (including people not on Gmail) can connect and record their video.
Host a live conversation on YouTube for that is open to public or private to invitees.
Telecommuters, remote workers – if you’re new to working from home, you likely are also new to business videoconferencing. We’re all entertained by #VideoFails – and we don’t want to become one! Here are 15 tips for video conferences.
Tips For Video Conferencing
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