More people than ever are conducting meetings from home and for many people, that work-from-home arrangement is looking like it might just be here to stay. Now that we're no longer cobbling together home office solutions, you may want to make sure that your home office is fully prepared for virtual meetings. Is your home office Zoom ready? Consider these important elements.
We live in a new world. COVID-19 has forced businesses who would have never dreamed of operating remotely to work entirely online in growing their business, and building marketing plans. Of course, the need for collaborating doesn't go away just because the workforce is remote now. That, in turn, has introduced challenges about how to make sure that any meeting you run is still efficient and effective despite the spatial challenges.
Whilst YouTube sits firmly on top of the world in Internet video. , it can be easy to forget about it's main challenger Vimeo, the other big site for permanent video posts. Each video platform offers many advantages, and there's no reason a business can't use both to boost its visibility. Generally speaking, YouTube is wide open to all, whilst Vimeo is a bit more of a gated community. So who wins in the battle for the best online video platform... Vimeo vs Youtube?
You’ve probably noticed background videos are featuring more and more on the web, and have most likely even come across one or two while visiting your favourite websites. Background videos command attention, draw your visitors in and instantly give your website a creative, modern and stylistic feel that static background images just can’t compete with.
YouTube, as the world’s second largest search engine, clearly rules when it comes to video content. Video content is in high demand. Currently, 4 in 5 millennials will seek out video content when researching a purchase decision, so it’s no wonder Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, SnapChat and Twitter have rolled out video features. It’s easy to see why many businesses are placing video marketing as their top priority as they plan towards 2019.