October 22, 2013 09:39 AM
The article below was submitted by Danny Aleman, CIO, South Texas Money Management.
South Texas Money Management is an investment management firm with locations in San Antonio, Austin, Houston and Dallas.
As Chief Information Officer, I manage and oversee our IT department. One of our biggest challenges was finding a solid, dependable platform in which to host our webcast presentations. Prior to Brainshark, we were delivering our presentations using Quick Time and ran into a lot of tec...
December 04, 2012 09:48 AM
Webinars are a great way to get your message out, set your company up as a knowledge leader and generate leads for your sales force. However, the hardest part can often be getting your audience to register, and email campaigns with straight HTML text often don’t always catch enough attention.
Online video presentations are a great way to stand out from cluttered inboxes, generate interest in your topic and drive registration to your next webinar or live event.
Here are six tips for crea...
July 20, 2012 11:42 AM
This example presentation comes to us from author Amy O’Brien, who has been using Brainshark to promote her latest book, Stuck with Mr. Wrong?, and her website, which teach readers and followers to star in their own life story. If you pop around her site, you’ll notice how she embeds Brainshark presentations on many of her pages to deliver her message in a more impactful way. The following presentation promotes Amy’s business with a simple but powerful slide structur...
June 22, 2012 09:49 AM
I wanted to find a way to share photos of our design work and the stories behind them that was easy for my ezine subscribers to view. Looking at pretty pictures of nicely designed rooms doesn't give any insight into the reasons why a designer made those choices. The story of the room transformation is the really interesting part and helps to demonstrate our expertise for potential clients. myBrainshark was the perfect platform for me. It was easy to load up the PowerPoint and record t...
May 07, 2012 08:36 AM
We’ve been running a series of PowerPoint master-classes over the last few weeks. We used these free online classes (short webinars) just to connect with people we had met at a couple of shows, give something of value to the community, and test the water for our forthcoming BrightSparks PowerPoint Training Course.
The events were well-received, and we got good numbers registering and attending. What’s interesting though – and I think this is pretty standard – is th...