How to Host a Successful International Conference Call

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International video conferencing has many cultural differences you’ll have to overcome to have a successful call.

We’ve come up with seven steps to having a successful international conference call without fail. Read further to find out how you can improve your international video conferencing habits and ensure you come off as a professional no matter where your participants are from. Read More...

This Earth Day Go Green With Free Conference Calling

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We don’t mean to brag, but Earth Day is coming up, and we’ve got this whole reducing- carbon-emissions thing wrapped up.

If you’re less of a “reduce, reuse, recycle” person and more of a “looking to help the environment with minimal effort” kind of person, we have something for you to try. Hint: it’s conference calling. Read More...

Bootstrapping Your Start-Up: Why You Shouldn’t Take Venture Capital

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By: FreeConferenceCall.com Founder & CEO David Erickson

As a successful entrepreneur, I am often asked to offer my best advice for those looking to start their own companies. My answer: Don’t take the money. Venture capital isn’t always what it is cracked up to be. Focus on what matters — being a CEO, building your products and your company culture. You may not have seen that one coming. When you’re ready to take your new business off the ground, securing equity can feel like the only thing that will actually move your start-up forward. We are often trained to believe that money equals success and validation. If you don’t receive money for your idea, is your company really worth anything? Read More...

A New Kind of Cookie Cutter Approach to Selling Business Conferencing

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Our resident Director, Strategic Accounts for FreeConferenceCall.com For Business, Brandon Klein, recently wrote an article for Forbes detailing how he created a unique sales approach to fit our corporate conference calling service. It’s his own version of a cookie cutter approach.

He elaborates on how he found a clean fit between our company and others. He offers insightful tips on how to create your own version of his model, including how to understand your product, package yourself, believe in your approach, and grow your business. As our founder and CEO, David Erickson, says, “Sales is the transference of energy.” If you don’t believe in what you’re selling, Klein says, chances are no one else will, either. Read More...