October 28, 2011 11:22 AM
Brainshark is fortunate to have so many customers who love our product and get tremendous value from it. But I’m always amazed at how few of our customers know of what MORE they can do with it – in other departments, other use cases within the same department, or with other technology products they’re already using. So I thought it would be helpful to talk about some of those other platforms that our customers can (and do!) use with Brainshark.
October 28, 2011 11:00 AM
It would be nice if for each company which utilizes Brainshark, if somehow the Network user name and password are connected. Because we use the same ID and password, remembering another to get into Brainshark can sometimes be daunting.
It would also be nice to have a “list” of the classes you have available to you- sometimes the links provided do not direct you to the specific class, instead it goes to a general screen and becomes not as user friendly as it was.
Thanks so much!
October 27, 2011 03:18 PM
70% of the buying cycle has taken place before buyers are willing to engage with a live salesperson. But do you know how much of the buying cycle has taken place before buyers even get to your web site?
Jon Miller, VP Marketing of Marketo, and I recently presented a webinar with the Content Marketing Institute on Using Mobile, Social and Video to Generate Leads and Revenue. Jon shared the concept of “Seed Nurturing”, how it is different than lead nurtur...
October 27, 2011 10:48 AM
We just finished up the Presentation Revolution City Tours which included an Author Workshop on selecting the right visuals for your presentation. It was lots of fun and I loved meeting some of our customers! In case you missed it, we’re hosting a webinar that covers the same material on November 2nd. Since the in-person session offered me the opportunity to go off-topic with attendees, I thought it would be great to share some of the conversations I had:
How do I manage all of the l...
October 26, 2011 02:43 PM
I often have conversations with clients about the benefits of live web meetings versus presenting information in an on-demand format that incorporates voice and video. The conversations typically revolve around one word, “collaboration”. Being able to interact throughout a presentation of material is key to many of my clients and always dominates the discussion on this point. But this beckons the question: are web meetings collaborative?
I would say yes and no. A web mee...