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Typically, yes, as this is how you will find out who watched your event, and allows you to follow-up with them afterwards, however if your event is restricted to your existing members/staff for example, then we can use pre-registration or single-sign on to allow them straight into the event without needing to repeat their details. Ask us for more detail on how this can work for your website.
It can, and it should. Your event should represent your brand at any and every available attendee touch-point, so with streamGo’s Branding+ you can ensure that the registration page, event page, reminder emails and URL all look and feel just like your own. Our Branding+ service offers complete customisation – read more.
During the event
No, we encourage every attendee to engage as much as possible, and asking more questions is a great way to do this.
Sure, you can embed video in your slides or we have a full range of live video webcasts with professional video production. Video is no problem, it’s what we do.
YouTube is an incredible platform for generating wide coverage for video, however it’s also essentially a social platform. Your video might get more exposure, but could also attract negative or inappropriate commentary which you can’t control, and while the number of views might be high, you have no way of knowing who these viewers are, to then engage with them in future. The interactivity is very limited, branding non-existent, adverts annoying, and there’s absolutely no way to control the access via YouTube, so it definitely is NOT the right forum for any internal communications or sensitive information.