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6 Benefits of Live webcasting

  1. Live Webcasting can generate a bigger audience

Any event has geographical and physical restrictions no matter where it is. live webcasting events with content makes it accessible to a worldwide audience. This means that your attendance numbers can far exceed a physical event by additionally live webcasting your event, making the possibilities endless.

 

  1. Scheduled Live Webcasting gives your content urgency and importance

If your holding a one time only event your live webcasting becomes a rare and urgent event. Online users take passive action towards content they can access on a regular basis, but if your live webcasting is only available at one moment in time, its urgency can create quite a stir on the web.

 

  1. Live Webcasting can encourage interaction

We have found our live webcasting services provide a great way to boost interaction between you and your potential clients/staff members or followers. If the content you are live webcasting is interesting to your target market it will encourage interaction either through social media sharing or live question and answer sessions. Either way with our live webcast services, we can provide content that is a perfect way to ‘start a conversation’ in this digital age.

 

  1. Live webcasting can help build your brand

Meaningful content is a sure fire way to boost the credibility of your brand. Our live webcast services will give you the ability to reach a far greater audience than if you were simply holding an event without live webcasting. A live webcast can help you get your message out, giving you the ability to tell your brand’s story in your own words to audiences all over the world. Even regular live webcasting can set you apart form your competitors as this gives you the appearance of timely, relevant and continual content. Relevant information is what all audiences are after. Their time is important so ensure the content you live webcast is relevant to the audience.

 

  1. Live webcasting can make you stand out from your competitors

Live webcasting your events with your own content could give your brand or business a fantastic point of differentiation. To hold a live webcast whether it’s a webinar, conference or just an informal tutorial chat are not something that is being used by many organisations in Australia yet, however overseas it is an essential part of any marketing mix. If you start live webcasting before your competitors and make yourself known for this within your audience and the wider target market then you could really start to set yourself apart from the rest of the competition. Our live webcasting services can cater to suit your needs with our friendly staff being more than helpful to offer advice plus brain storm new ideas that you can incorporate into your live webcast.

 

  1. Live webcasting can make you money via Paywall facilities

Holding a Live webcast doesn’t have to cost you money. With pay wall facilities available you can monetise your content. Our Live Webcasting Services can incorporate and provide a pay wall facility in front of your meaningful content, which allows the viewer the opportunity to buy virtual tickets to gain access to view your content.

Pay per view is not only a sure fire way to create revenue from your live webcast but additionally boosting the credibility of your brand as it allows you to interact with new clients and create new business opportunities, while you are charging for access to your stream. Don’t forget if your stream is a physical event as well, you would be able to charge both an admission fee for the physical attendees and another for online attendees.

If you would like to know more information about any of the above or hold a live webcasting event in either Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane or any area for that matter. Please get In contact with the live webcasting services specialist, Go Live Australia.

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