The surprising connection between cute animal videos and streaming a conference. Whether you have a pet of your own or not, one thing I think we can all agree on is that associations and live streaming go together like cats and dogs.
Football would never be that popular, though, if those other millions didn’t have such an easy way to access it. It’s only through event broadcasting that so many people are able to keep up with their favorite team.
For many Associations, Live Virtual Events have become the positive “Game Changer” that their Association needed to drive attendance, increase engagement with their members and generate much needed new revenue.
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Twitter announced that they will be adding a live streaming component to Twitter to capitalize on the power of providing live video experiences to their community of users.
If you are like us, you can’t stand buffering while you are trying to watch a video stream. Delivering video content that results in Buffering also can be a severe problem for your viewers when it comes to their satisfaction levels.
At the recent PCMA Conference in Vancouver, one of the sessions focused on how to extend the reach of your brand and your message through Virtual and Hybrid Events. One of the surprising data elements to come out of the session was data showing that Associations are getting amazing conversion rates of virtual attendees becoming physical attendees the following year.
Do you want to increase paid attendance for your next event? Go hybrid. Do you want to expand your reach to a wider audience? Go hybrid. Do you want to build new revenue streams? Go hybrid.
If you are providing an exhibition forum and not educating and training your exhibitors in how to exhibit successfully… no one else is.
The global membership hybrid meeting of the Internet Society was a landmark event in more ways than one With 2,500 members in 141 countries participating, this complex matrix of connections involved 15 regional “nodes” in cities around the world, where members gathered in groups.