How Screensharing Can Make Group Study Sessions Even Better

How to use screen sharing and chat to hold group study sessions with FreeConference.com

freeconference.com online meeting room during group study sessions

In many cases, the transfer of knowledge requires a personal touch, but sometimes study-mates could be in remote locations. This is often the case for university and religious study groups, while online/distance education is an industry testament to the success of online group studies that took this concept to a whole new level.… Read more →

Top 10 Nonprofits You Don’t Know, But Should

10 Non-Profits you should know

A look at ten not-for-profit organizations that are doing outstanding work within communities across the U.S and beyond

While we all (hopefully) strive to do good in our daily lives, few can say they live up to this ideal more than those who spend their time and energy working for community-serving nonprofit organizations. As a service that provides a conferencing platform for numerous nonprofit organizations, FreeConference would like to recognize just a few of the many nonprofits out there that are doing great work in the communities they serve.… Read more →

6 Times You SHOULD Test Your Call in Advance

musician testing microphone It’s never a bad idea to test your technology

It’s a phrase uttered by performers, singers, and public speakers to test out their microphones before a show starts. It’s a very simple but important thing for them to remember to do before a performance to make sure everything is working —and sounding— as it should. So, what do performers testing their microphones have to do with conferencing, you ask?… Read more →

How SMS Reminders Saved My Meeting and Helped Me Make a Sale

well-lit bungalow house with no car in driveway

John pulls into his driveway on Friday night, “Wow, what a day, what a week rather, thank goodness it’s the weekend.” The sun was almost fully set and the windows in the house are completely dark, it seems that his roommates aren’t home yet. John locks the car door behind him and gets into the mood to unwind and rest after a tiring week.

“SURPRISE!”… Read more →

Customer Spotlight: Pastor Brown of T.O.G. Ministries

Pastor Brown from Tabernacle of God ministriesHow Pastor Ronald H. Brown uses FreeConference.com to equip changed people to save the world

From his ministry based in Orlando, Florida, Pastor Ronald H. Brown uses FreeConference.com to conduct daily prayer lines every weekday at 7 AM to lead intercessory prayers on behalf of all those in need of spiritual aid, and to discuss the teachings of the Bible with his congregation.Read more →

Free ScreenSharing leads to Successful Collaboration for Non-profits

black and white picture of non profit owner janet in wool cap and scarfJanet is the executive director of a non-profit calledHats4Homes

Hats4Homes is a non-profit that provides shelter and subsidized housing for at-risk youths in her area by leveraging the sale of ethically sourced wool caps and scarves. Janet is proud to say that her enterprise has helped a lot of people in her community, and has grown stronger as a result, but Janet is constantly running from one appointment to another because of the nature of her work.… Read more →

5 Business Etiquette Tips For Hosting International Conference Calls

Thanks to the internet and advancements in communications technology, it is easier than ever for people in different parts of the world to connect and do business. In today’s global economy, international conference calls are very commonplace and very simple to set up. Now, before you go off to arrange your next international conference call, here are 5 international business etiquette tips to help ensure your call goes smoothly and successfully.… Read more →

3 Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Should Hold More Video Conferences

“We Really Need to Cut Back On Our Free Video Conferencing”
– No one, ever.

Despite video conferencing technology being a relatively recent development, it has had a profound impact on the way people around the world communicate with one another. Thanks to the many web-based video conferencing platforms that are now available, face-to-face communication no longer has to happen face to face. For organizations such as nonprofits, free video conferencing helps keep operating costs to a minimum by facilitating communication and reducing travel expenses. In today’s blog, we’ll be going over 3 of the main reasons why nonprofit organizations should use video conferencing to their full advantage.… Read more →

5 Things All Non Profits Need to Do to Move into the Digital Age

Non Profits have been around for a long time, their origins can be traced back to the British Colonies, where for the first time in documented history governments granted special tax standards to charitable/donated money. Obviously, non profits have changed a lot since then, most have privatized and formalized to be more economically competitive. But to truly adapt to the digital age, non profits still need tools to help with day-to-day operations or even in times of emergencies. Here are 5 Things All Non Profits need to do to move into the Digital Age.… Read more →