Category Archives: Conference How-tos

Think Outside the Card: How to Celebrate Mother's Day With FreeConferenceCall.Com

family conference call

With Mother’s day just around the corner, we thought we’d share some easy tips for a unique way to celebrate. Chocolate, flowers and homemade cards are always a great gift for mom. But, why not think outside the card this year by getting the entire family together on a conference call for your mom or grandma.

If your family is spread out across the states or out of the country, mom or grandma would appreciate everyone getting together - virutally. Make this Mother’s Day a family affair by connecting the entire family, across the miles, with HD audio and video conferencing from FreeConferenceCall.com. It is not only on trend, it’s also very sentimental. Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 5)

blog5.2

To help you get 2016 off to a great start, we’ve posted ideas about ways to improve productivity. Each blog article has included apps you can use to better manage your time, take control of your mobile devices, declutter your inbox and desk and hold more efficient meetings. Our final tip is all about maintaining your work/life balance.

Productivity Tip #5. Take care of You, and the World Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 4)

Woman sits in front of computer and talking on the phone

To get the new year started, we’re offering a tip each day this week to help you improve your productivity. We’ve covered time management, device management and inbox management. Now we’re moving on to meetings, which almost everyone recognizes needs better management. (Management seems to be a theme here.)

As we’ve all experienced, some meetings are productive—and some drive you to look desperately at the clock. In 2016, try a fresh format for your business meetings by maximizing impact and taking them online! Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 3)

declutter-blog

We’re 13 days into the new year. How are your resolutions coming? To make it easier and do it one step at a time, we’re offering a tip a day to help improve your productivity.

So far, we’ve offered suggestions for manging your time and your mobile devices. Now you’ve got to straighten up your ‘stuff’. It might be more than your desk that needs a good cleaning—so start out the new year with a tidy approach to all your ‘overwhelming’ tasks. Read More...

Productivity Tip #2: Be the Master of Your Own Devices

Businessman working at office desk hands top view with laptop and financial reports: he is using a mobile touch screen smart phone

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 2)

In our first blog of this series, we (somewhat unwillingly) admitted that we can’t be productive every minute of every day. Part of that is due to the fact that our devices are always buzzing, ringing and dinging. So how can you start to feel like your life isn’t ruled by your device? Read More...

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016: Tip #1

LED Light bulbs with blue background

5 Steps to Productivity in 2016 – and the Apps That Will Help You (Part 1)

While we all love the idea of a fresh start at the beginning of each year, systematic change can be difficult to sustain without the right support. Fortunately, in this technological age, you don’t have to do all the heavy lifting alone. So if you’re ready for a new approach to life and work, we’ve compiled some tips to get you—and your tech—optimized. Read More...

Using Outlook ® and Google Calendar™ with FreeConferenceCall.com

calendar-blog

Fall is a great time to get organized. With kids back in school and the dog days of summer over, it’s a great time to start some simple “life hacks” to get your business in order. When hosting your next conference call, simplify your invitations with simple integrations for Google or Outlook Calendar and invite participants to your meeting without having to look for your conference call Meeting Credentials. Your Dial-in Number and Access Code will automatically be listed as part of the e-mail when you invite your participants via Outlook or Google.

The integration process is easy and only takes a few minutes. So, whether you prefer to use Google or Outlook, we have the solution. . Read More...