Live Q&A for streaming video is a highly engaging, interactive and effective way to educate an internal workforce or promote your brand to external audiences. With Webcasting Video, this feature is accessible as a module and can easily be synced with video content through a combined embed code or accessed directly from a channel page.
The Q&A module is a powerful collaboration tool that can add both additional insight to video assets and foster engagement from participants.
The Webcasting Video Q&A be used for internal and external streaming content. Consequently, the module can be used for a variety of use cases on both sides of the spectrum, helping to increase engagement, interest and also allow participants to give future content ideas.
The go-to use case, webinars consistently have a question and answer session. A live Q&A segment in a webinar is a great way to increase interest and cast a wider net than your original outline might have offered you. For example, if someone is doing a presentation on sales enablement and they haven’t outlined a viewer’s area of interest, a Q&A session can motivate that viewer to attend knowing they can still ask questions relevant to them.
Interactive Interviews (External)
Make an interview with a thought leader or celebrity more memorable by opening up the floor to viewer questions. The Webcasting Video Q&A module can totally mitigate undesired questions during this process, either setting enquiries to private (viewable by the question asker only) or under an approve only visibility setting. For those seeking brand awareness, this can also help the venue go viral, with viewers passing along the link to get others involved in hopes their question might be answered and viewed by others.
Learning Sessions (Internal)
Companies can run learning sessions, going into more depth on a topic for sales enablement or to help out the company as a whole in product messaging. The module offers a perfect oppurtinity for employees and stake holders to ask questions as well. For example, if something was glossed over that is seen as important, participants can chime in. In fact, not only can they ask and vote on that question, but the answer and original enquiry can live with the resource to help educate future viewers of the on demand version.
Adding a Q&A segment to training material creates an easy way to involve a workforce while also aiding in the educational value of the content. For example, it can allow participants to go into a desired depth on a topic, helping out the presenter to get a feeling for how detailed the training needs to go.
Webcasting’s fully live moderated Q & A Services provide you an easy, low maintenance mechanism to communicate and educate your online community.