We love our FreeConferenceCall.com customers and love them, even more, when we get suggestions for improvements. One that came in recently was to update the Chat feature, so we did.
By Haley Steinhauser, Director of Public Relations and Social Media
It’s October 2001. Jennifer Lopez and Ja Rule are signing “I’m Real” all the way to the top of the Billboard Top 100. NBC introduces us to Zach Braff with its television premiere of “Scrubs.” President George W. Bush establishes the Office of Homeland Security one month post-9/11. Apple presents the world with the iPod. The 13th College Football Holy War is played where Boston College beats Notre Dame in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. And, the day before this game, FreeConferenceCall.com was born.
If you’ve ever participated in a web-based conference, presentation or training session, then you already know how fantastic web conferencing is — with its help, both companies and attendees can save time and money by meeting online rather than in-person.
Want to know what’s even more convenient and economically feasible than web conferencing? Free web conferencing. FreeConferenceCall.com offers a complete suite of 100 percent free web conferencing software, so you’ll never have to choose between functionality and affordability.
Good communication is the backbone of any successful business. In fact, a study from Willis Towers Watson found that companies with effective communication are three and a half times more likely to outperform their peers.
Today, there are a wide variety of tools and screen sharing sites that claim to help businesses improve their internal communications, but only a select few deliver on that promise.
It is the question we get asked at every tradeshow. The question our employees get asked by the passenger sitting next to them on the airplane. The question we get asked on Twitter at least once a day. The question we see our customers asking on Reddit — day in and day out.