With social networking being at a high point and increasing steadily, the drive for interactive websites is on the increase.
A lot of people want a website that’s not simply static and they’re looking for interaction when they log onto the net – from Twitter to Facebook to YouTube – we want to connect.
First, what is a webcast?
In simple terms it’s a video recording placed on the web. Just like a TV offers traditional viewing, a webcast does something similar – but the video is streamed on the internet rather than the TV network.
A webcast can be anything from a video of you explaining how to do something to your viewers, to a two (or more) people interview, to an interactive online class.
The point is that you’re adding an interactive feature to your website and making it easier for visitors to give their feedback and get involved.
Anyone can start a webcast with a simple video recorder. One of the easiest methods is the Flipcam. It makes getting your videos on the internet drop dead easy.
You can also use more sophisticated equipment to create news programs on a very high-end level.
There’s a lot of different equipment you can use and a little research will help you find the best.
Once you’re set up with your video recording mode you can take things a step further and use a video editing service to add features to your recording which will really make the video stand out.
There are many services online and a simple Google search will help you find the right one for you.
Webcasting is a great addition to your website. You’re making it easy for your visitors to interact with you while offering valuable information.
This will keep them coming back to your site over and over again.