How to Avoid Common Video Conferencing Blunders

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Video conferencing helps companies be more productive, efficient and collaborative, but silly mistakes can often lead to awkward or unprofessional meetings rife with distractions and setbacks. Just like a face-to-face meeting, video conferencing has its own etiquette that ensures productivity and professionalism.

The growing demand for video conferencing solutions means that more business-critical meetings are being conducted over video platforms than ever before.  However, many are still confused on the best way to maintain professionalism over this relatively new enterprise technology. Easymeeting recently released an infographic outlining 14 video conferencing best practices that will help you avoid the most common mistakes.

Here are some highlights from the infographic that will help you host the best video conference possible:

  • Always make eye contact (some things never change)
  • Keep movement to a minimum
  • Keep your background professional

While video conferencing platforms become an essential aspect of conducting business, it’s important to maintain proper etiquette and avoid common errors that may reflect poorly on professionalism. View Easymeeting’s 14 video conferencing tips here.

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