Screen sharing is a simple feature that’s available in most webinar solutions. As its name suggests, screen sharing allows remote participants to view your desktop. It’s almost an afterthought when it comes to web conferencing, one of those features that we have all come to expect by default. Yet, it can play a central role in your arsenal of webinar interactivity tools, as it remains one of the best ways to encourage collaboration and participation during your webinars.
Quality matters in every aspect of content created for your brand. Look at YouTube – this online video platform was created so anyone can create an account and generate content. To stick out, top-earning YouTubers like PewDiePie, Smosh, and WatchMojo built quality HD videos using professional equipment, staff, and scripts.
In doing so, they grew from obscurity to stardom and built revenue machines capable of competing with media juggernauts like Eminem, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry, who have tens of millions of followers on every platform they choose to participate in. PewDiePie alone ended 2016 with a net worth of $90 million, more than Hillary Clinton, Seth Rogen, even Kendrick Lamar.
When our Engineering and Product teams sit down to begin deciding which features to work on in the next engineering sprint, the first thing they do is reach out to our Customer Support team with one simple question: