The Partner
Information for TownHall Partners Feb 22, 2005

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THTWeb Customer feedback

Recent News

Help Wanted - Major Account Managers

Web Conferencing Tips - Keep it simple.


THTWeb Customer feedback

A letter from an actual customer.

Thank you for your help last week with our first webinar. When we originally expected 50 participants on the call and 250 signed-up, we panicked. You told us we had nothing to worry about and you were right, we didn't.

Your professional staff helped us get set up and walked us through the practice session. During the event, everything went off without a hitch.

Thank you for your support, we look forward to our next webinar!



Welcome to "The Partner." We provide Endorser and Agent information, as well as, industy tips and news. If you have any tips, suggestions, articles, or letters please let me know.

How Personal Should Web Conferencing Get?

Are we replacing human contact...or enhancing it? How are you using web conferencing to connect on a personal level Tell us what you think?

Happy Selling!

Jeff Lutton
Vice-President, THTWeb
[email protected]

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  • Help Wanted - Major Account Managers
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  • Web Conferencing Tips - Keep it simple.
  • It's easy to become enamored with all the features that today's webconferencing systems offer. Avoid the temptation to try all the bells and whistles if you're just starting out or if you're trying a new system. Master the basic controls: slide control, polling and messaging. Once you and your audience are comfortable with these elements, you can gradually introduce more sophisticated features that require more setup such as streaming audio, whiteboarding, and application sharing.

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