From inappropriate IMs to rude language, ReadyTalk is having a good
laugh at the audio and web conferencing blunders being submitted to the
company’s Facebook page.
A leader in integrated audio and web
conferencing services, ReadyTalk is hosting a contest to find the best
blooper in hopes of raising awareness about the fact that often times
these blunders are avoidable.
"We've all been on a call where
someone forgets to mute the phone; accidents like this happen, but at
ReadyTalk, we're committed to helping avoid these blunders,” said Teresa
Lawlor, director of marketing at ReadyTalk. "A customer support team,
dedicated account managers and event experts are with you every step of
the way to make sure your audio and web conferences are a success.”
is a logical medium for ReadyTalk to host the contest. The company is
the only audio and web conferencing provider that enables customers to
embed recorded sessions directly into Facebook with a single click. This
allows customers to get greater value from their webinars by promoting
content via social media.
ReadyTalk’s conferencing blunders
contest will run through the end of September. The winner will be
awarded an $800 voucher for airline tickets. To enter the contest, share
your blunder on the ReadyTalk Facebook page, http://bit.ly/aVViDn.
Visit www.readytalk.com/coffee for more information.
About ReadyTalk Founded
in 2000 and headquartered in Denver, Colo., ReadyTalk delivers audio
and web conferencing services that empower customers to successfully
conduct audio and web conferences of all sizes – from ad hoc meetings to
large webinars. ReadyTalk combines ease of use with sophisticated
marketing tools to increase audience engagement, event ROI and meeting
productivity. Unlike other services, ReadyTalk gives customers a full
suite of tools for training, collaboration, webinars and more. You’ll
always have access to the right features when you need them, no need to
upgrade to another product. Please call toll free 800.843.9166 or visit
www.readytalk.com for more information.