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Latest iMeet Release Gives Customers Choice in Collaboration

At PGi, we believe that work isn’t just a place–it’s an action. From in-person meetings and conference calls, to instant message chats and email chains, there are so many streams to collaborate and get work done. Because of this, we believe that by empowering people with the choice and control of how they collaborate, they will experience better productivity. The …

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The Life of a Digital Nomad: 4 Tips for a Better Life

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If your job requires a lot of travel time, then you know the challenges you face when it comes to working remote. Where it’s staying connected, trying to access files, or sometimes, just finding a decent Wi-Fi signal, there are a lot of bumps in the road when you’re always working on the road. But being a “digital nomad” has …

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Selling with Video: So Easy a 12-Year-Old Can Do It

Video is everywhere. From ads online to product demonstrations and customer case studies, video is one of the most powerful tools any company can use to strengthen brand recognition and educate customers on their products—and a powerful tool for sales and marketing reps. In 2015, research by the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs found that 74 percent of B2C marketers …

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Challenges of Working Remote and How to Beat Them

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Being a remote worker has its advantages. No commuting, more time to get errands done, better productivity and more. But there are some challenges that a full or part-time remote worker has to accept when they come on board into their position. Check out a few of the challenges of working remote and how they can be beat: Daily Distractions …

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Video: The Newest, Busiest Intersection in the Marketing Department

Have you noticed? Marketing is home to the newest, busiest intersection within the whole organization. It’s an on-demand world where marketing assets and programs need to be created, accessed, iterated, published, repurposed, and measured in real time — by a variety of users. View our video “How to Navigate the Corner of Create and Collaborate: Marketing’s Newest, Busiest Intersection.” You’ll …

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Infographic: 2016 Workplace Tech Trends

During a quick pulse survey, PGi surveyed its small and medium-sized business customer base to find out what type of technology they really wanted at work. In order to fully understand and analyze tech trends in the 2016 workplace, PGi asked these front-line employees to provide honest feedback, and there were a few surprises. From the more than 200 respondents, …

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What Type of Collaborator are You?

Think back to college, sitting in class and being assigned a group project. If you’re like me, you probably just had feelings of frustration and angst rushing back thinking about those awful assignments. But, there’s a point in me bringing up the most dreaded work during your college career, so stay with me! Each person you worked with had a …

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Webinar: At the Corner of Create and Collaborate

The future of marketing will require brands to market “with” buyers, not “at” them. Marketing in the 21st century has become a two-way street, with conversation and engagement flowing seamlessly between sellers, buyers, teams, third parties, thought leaders, peers and even competitors. Watch the At the Corner of Create and Collaborate webinar for a look at these trends which are shaping …

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Marketing Buyer’s Guide to Webinar Platforms

Webinars are now the third most popular content type for researching purchasing decisions. Savvy marketing teams are turning to webinars as a way to promote their brand’s thought leadership and drive more qualified leads into their company’s sales pipelines. However, in order to begin establishing a successful webinar program, you have to evaluate the wide variety of webinar platforms available …

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Got Video?: Using Video to Speed up Sales

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Sales professionals are always looking for ways to connect and engage with prospects and turn them into true opportunities. They’re also looking for ways to warm up leads that have long been left untouched. But with so much competition in the marketplace, sales teams need to make sure they stand out and make a lasting impression. The solution to the …

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Increasing Pipeline Acceleration Using Webinars

Contrary to what you may think, webinars are not just for driving top of funnel leads. Webinars can help engage prospects throughout the buyer’s journey. When researching B2B purchases, 67% of buyers attended webinars – ranking webinars in the top 3 for content formats. View the on demand webinar Best Practices for Using Web Events to Increase Pipeline Velocity, conducted by Sirius …

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Guide: Take the Worry out of Selling Webinars to Your Boss

You’re ready to generate new leads and engage existing leads through the buyer’s journey by hosting your own webinars, but before you get started, you have one thing left to do: get buy-in from your boss. Unfortunately, not everyone will understand the value of purchasing a webinar platform for marketing like you do. Read our Guide “Take the Worry Out of …

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5 Tips for Better Webinar Presentations And Better Results

We’ve all had that nightmare: you’re supposed to present something to a large group, but it’s not going as planned.  Your technology isn’t working; you stumble over your words or forget your place in the presentation. People are talking amongst themselves, dozing off and even getting up and leaving. First, take a deep breath. Now, to help you avoid losing …

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The Problem with Docs, Drops and Camps

If you work in marketing, you know all about the pain points associated with the “Docs, Drops and Camps” approach to getting work done.  Pains like limited file storage, awkward sharing with internal teams and external vendors, and having to use a variety of tools which are not integrated. Each of these tools has limitations in key areas. What you need is …

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eBook: Still Collaborating with Emails and Conference Calls?

Does this sound familiar? When it’s time for a meeting with remote marketing staff, cross-functional teams, vendors or partners, everyone piles into a meeting room and the leader dials into a conferencing number. After all the people at different locations get connected, there’s confusion about who’s speaking, difficulty hearing them or understanding what they’re saying, and there are delays while …

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Vendor Soup and Productivity Drains

If your marketing department is like ours, the number of players on your roster keeps growing. Simply managing the quantity of meetings these relationships require is overwhelming. Now add the internal folks competing for your attention along with deadlines, answering emails, keeping track of documents and the constant stream of requests from executives. Read the article “Vendor Soup and Other Productivity …

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Quiz: What’s Your Virtual Collaboration Style?

No doubt about it, collaboration (much of it virtual) is the way of getting things done in the modern workplace. In fact, it pretty much “takes a village” to finish any kind of sizable project. And, every village (aka your workplace), has its cast of collaboration characters, from the big cheese to the minutiae manager. But which collaboration character are you?  …

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How to Tell If Your Webinar Was Success

You’ve produced and hosted a successful webinar. Or so you think.  But how do you know for sure? Along with best practices for promoting and running your webinars, metrics are the third leg of your journey to successful webinars. To help you understand the importance of webinar results, we’ve identified key metrics to help measure the effectiveness of your webinar program. …

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[Infographic] Wake up Your Webinar: 10 Ways to Engage Your Virtual Audience

Did you know that on average only 30 percent of webinar attendees stay for 30-60 minutes, and only 11 percent will stay over an hour? It’s hard enough to get someone to attend your webinar, but how can you get them to commit 45 minutes or more to your event? The answer is engagement! Once you begin to engage your audience, …

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It’s Back!: The 12 Days of Telework

Ah, the holidays, the most wonderful time of year. Or is it? Between last minute gift shopping, heavier-than-normal traffic and end of the year projects at work, this time of year can actually be pretty chaotic. And with your personal life and work life crashing in on each other, its a great time to focus on achieving the work/life balance …

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