Video Destination has built a comprehensive services platform to support advanced functionality for our webcasts. Make your next webcast a more compelling, interactive experience for your users and collect more data about who is watching.
Capturing leads is a challenge for every sales and marketing professional. Put your webcast to work for you by implementing a registration screen for lead generation purposes. We can add a form to capture the attendee data you need pre-webcast, giving you valuable opt-in contact information. You can also use this information to email users reminders and event follow-up messages. (For even more insight into your audience, we offer robust reporting on viewership.)
Access & Security
Not every webcast is meant for the general public. Many of our clients use their webcasts to for internal communication with remote teams around the world. Video Destination has a variety of security protocols to protect your sensitive content from escaping “into the wild”.
The Video Destination secure ecommerce platform gives you the ability to directly monetize the live streaming of your conference or on-demand viewing of your content post event. Whether for a onetime event or a series of webcasts, the ecommerce platform is flexible for your individual needs.
Like submitting a question, polling allows your audience to participate and feel included in your live webcast. Survey at-home viewers on topics relevant to your event, then share the results live to keep them engaged. We can easily integrate a polling feature into any webcast via our video player.
Submit a question
As in any presentation, participation is key to learning and collaboration. Allow your viewers to direct questions online to event presenters before or during your event; questions can then be addressed during the live broadcast. Our player enables at-home users to submit questions directly through the video interface.
When you’d like to gather contact information but are concerned about making event registration mandatory, integrated contests can collect user data in a more subtle way. We have seen contests used very successfully to build opt-in email lists, typically through promotion on a landing page we host (which also hosts the video player that live streams the event).
(Have a special need? Just ask us — innovation is one of our key strengths.)