Webcasting In A Global Economy

For many businesses, the events of 9-11 and the recession that was already unfolding have dramatically impacted sales and profits. Many companies have already learned that now is not the time to be cutting sales and advertising expenditures as part of a move to wait out the economic recovery. Aggressive new thinking is required in all sales channels.

Almost every business has videos that can be used on their web sites to:

  • leverage brand equity
  • increase sales
  • reduce travel costs
  • or enhance corporate communications.

If you already have video presentations that you send to your prospects, customers, or sales force, now is the time to webcast them on your web site. Adding streaming video to your web site, or webcasting as it is sometimes called, can help you achieve the sales results or cost savings that you anticipated when you first launched your web presence. Your sales presentation can be communicated immediately while your prospects are already at your site and ready to buy your product or service. If you already understand that marketing in today's global economy is going to be far more demanding than most companies experienced during the go-go days of the 90's, we invite you to learn more about how you can leverage your current investment in your existing video assets. The cost of deploying existing videos as a webcast is minimal and the return on investment is extremely compelling.

Although the following webcast has been designed as a spoof, it is yet another example of how a webcast would look and sound on your own site. We've prepared this video in three formats - Real Video, Windows Media and QuickTime. If you don't already have any of these players, please bookmark our site before you leave to download the free software.


Sample webcast #7
Title: Streaming Video In A Global Economy - Length: 1:44

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The webcast you just watched featured Joe Dimmick, a celebrity look-alike spokesperson and owner of the talent agency, Dimmick's Doubles. The use of look-alikes in your video presentation represents one additional way to grab the interest and attention of your visitors. If you'd like to learn more about using one of Dimmick's Doubles in your next corporate video, or as a lead-in to an already prepared video, here is their contact information. Celebrity look-alikes are not to be construed as a celebrity or an advertisement, product approval or endorsement by any celebrity..

To add a webcast to your web site or corporate Intranet, simply send us your Mini-DV, Hi-8, Beta, Umatic, DVD, VHS or S-VHS video clips using our mail-in video submission form. Please call us at 630-690-2141, or e-mail us at media@cybertechmedia.com if you have any questions about our streaming video services.

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