If you’re looking to grow your small business with digital marketing – this webinar is for you!
Watch this webinar featuring John Jantsch, Founder of Duct Tape Marketing, who discusses the many ways you can use webinars to help grow your business. John is followed by Nicole Kroese, VP of Marketing at Likeable Local, who shares tips on how to use social media to build your webinar audiences and expand your relationship with registrants afterward.
You’ll get insight into:
- Best practices in using webinars to grow your small business
- How to use social media to increase awareness—and market your webinars
- How to build an audience for your webinars
- Driving value and results after your webinar
Watch the entire webinar now!
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Watch part III of our “Growing Your Business” webinar series, presented by AnyMeeting and featuring the Small Business Administration’s Meredith Olafson.
This webinar focuses on what the Affordable Care Act means for small employers. Topics discussed include:
- Insurance market reforms for small employers
- Small business tax credits (available to businesses and tax-exempt non-profits) – who’s eligible for them and how to claim them
- SHOP Marketplace updates
- Employer Shared Responsibility provisions
- Key provisions for self-employed business owners with no employees
- Tools and resources available for small employers interested in learning more about the law
Check out this webinar presented by AnyMeeting and Comcast Business and featuring, Calvin Goings, SBA Region Administrator. SBA offers a wide variety of programs, services, and resources to help small business grow. This webinar focuses on the SBA’s core mission to reach America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners and addresses topics including:
- Who is the SBA?
- Access to Capital—SBA guarantees loans for America’s small business owners
- Access to Contracts—SBA advocates on behalf of small business in the federal procurement world
- Access to Consulting—SBA provides counseling and business assistance through our network of resource partners
- Disaster Assistance for small businesses and homeowners
- SBA’s efforts to address the changing environment of innovation and investment—Overview of the Office of Investment & Innovation
Watch it now.
AnyMeeting users share thousands of presentations every month (literally) with nearly 20% of all meetings including a shared presentation. That is a lot of PowerPoint! And if you’re like most people, you’ve sat through a lot of PowerPoint presentations yourself. How many of them really rocked? And how many of them were just plain bad?
To help you rock your next presentation, tune-up your current one and shine like a star, check out these terrific tips:
New to AnyMeeting web conferencing for small business and need to launch a meeting fast? Check out our new Easy Reference Guide for Presenters. Download it and keep it handy for when you need to launch a meeting fast.
Key steps include:
- Choose the mode for attendees, either “Discussion Mode” (everyone can talk and be heard) or “Listen-Only Mode” (only presenters can be heard).
- Allow your mic and cam to broadcast
- Record your meeting by clicking the “Record” button.
- Share your screen, a YouTube video, or a presentation by clicking on one of the share options.
Download the Easy Reference Guide for Presenters: Starting a Quick Meeting Now.
Wrapping up another great year, AnyMeeting closed out its popular “Small Business Toolkit” webinar series for 2012 with its last guest webinar from Chris Bechtel, director of marketing for AnyMeeting. A 15 year digital marketing veteran, we would like to thank Chris for presenting “Tips for Growing Your Small Business with Digital Marketing and Social Media.”
We’d also like to thank the more than 400 registrants and attendees who participated with great questions and comments. Chris’s webinar provided a fast-paced, interactive webinar that introduced smart and effective strategies for growing a small business through digital marketing and social media. If you were not able to attend live and would like to view the recording, just click: Recorded Webinar to Grow your Small Business.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA–(Marketwire – Oct 18, 2012) – AnyMeeting, the free web conference and online meeting solution for small business, today announced it has integrated with VMware Zimbra® Collaboration Server™ with the launch of the AnyMeeting Zimlet.
The new AnyMeeting Zimlet gives Zimbra users the ability to schedule, launch and manage AnyMeeting online meetings all from within Zimbra. Users can designate meetings as AnyMeetings with a single click, or simply drag-and-drop contacts and emails onto the AnyMeeting Zimlet icon.
AnyMeeting is a full-featured web conferencing platform for small business, featuring 6-way video conferencing, phone conferencing, screen sharing, application sharing, chat, polls, meeting recording and more, plus support for up to 200 participants.
“We are very excited to work with an industry leader like VMware,” said David Gerken, Vice President of Business Development at AnyMeeting. “It’s an important step in our mission to bring the power of online meetings to everyone.”
VMware Zimbra is the email and collaboration suite built for the Post-PC era. More than 200,000 service providers, businesses, universities and government organizations rely on Zimbra to power more than 85 million paid mailboxes.
“Online meetings are a vital part of doing business today,” said Andy Pflaum, senior director, VMware Zimbra strategic alliances. “The AnyMeeting Zimlet takes advantage of Zimbra’s extensibility to provide users with an easy-to-use web conferencing solution that can make managing meetings from within the Zimbra platform even more convenient.” See the complete press release on MarketWire.
The Genetic Alliance UK submitted a presentation entitled The Wales Webinar on the Consultation on the UK Plan for Rare Diseases. The alliance believes that everyone living with a rare disease should be able to receive high quality services, treatment and support. The aim of their stakeholder engagement project was to encourage those affected by/interested in rare diseases to respond to a government consultation on a rare disease plan. The UK has never had a comprehensive plan a for rare diseases, even though 1 in 17 people will be affected by a rare disease at some point in their life, which amounts to approximately 3.5 million people in the UK. Samantha Reeve, Policy Research Officer for the alliance further discusses their experience with AnyMeeting.
“We held four events, in which participants watched live and put questions to the chair of RDUK, Alastair Kent. More importantly, AnyMeeting’s recording function meant that our members could access the webinars at any time. In total, 408 people watched our recorded meetings for England, Wales, NI, and Scotland. Our members were really grateful that they could watch the slides whilst hearing Alastair explain things, and have the opportunity ask questions at the end.”
“We really enjoyed hosting these webinars, being able to connect with our members who can’t attend events. As a small charity, being able to use a free meeting service was fantastic! The stakeholder engagement event was really successful, and although we are waiting for the rare disease plan to be published, we think that it will reflect the interests and experiences of our members. It will also help patients access services and treatments like other patients, in no small part thanks to anymeeting!”
Moving in to fall, AnyMeeting continued its popular “Small Business Toolkit” webinar series with its latest guest webinar from Tom Treanor, veteran marketing expert and founder of Right Mix Marketing. A frequent user of AnyMeeting, we would like to thank Tom for presenting “5 Easy Ways to Create Content for Your Business Blog.”
We’d also like to thank the more than 200 attendees who participated with great questions and comments, and the over 1400 people who registered. Tom’s webinar provided valuable insight on ways to create great blog content faster and easier, so you can spend less time blogging and focus more on your business.
If you were not able to attend live and would like to view the recording, just click: Recorded Webinar to Create Content for Your Business Blog.