Zoom Meetings Being Implemented on WebsitelynxNo meetings found.
Can anyone remember a time before Covid-19? As the coronavirus outbreak drags on, it’s up to us small business owners to get through the storm and make the best of, well, a pretty sucky situation.
These are challenging times, sure. But like anything else, with the right tools, and the right strategy, you can keep your business going even when a vicious, invisible, and zombie-like virus threatens to shut you down.
Sounds too good to be true? What if we told you that you already have these very tools right at the palms of your hands? We can Implement ZOOM on your website, no need to worry about unncessary Face to Face contact and social distancing with your clients
Thanks to recent integration with Zoom, you can now move your entire business to the safety of the online universe, and add online video appointments to your list of services. How about that.
What is Zoom?
Let us explain
A Cloud video conferencing services company that opened shop in San Jose, California in 2011. It provides an easy, intuitive remote conferencing service that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, webinars, and mobile collaboration.
While Zoom was doing great even before the coronavirus outbreak, the new reality of social distancing and remote work has skyrocketed their popularity to the point that their stock has jumped more than a 100% (!) since February.
The reason? Everybody’s online right now. Family and friends, professores, teachers, students, doctors, coaches, consultants, lawyers – we all want to stay connected and Zoom is the app that keeps us all together.
How to Get Started With Online Video Appointments
Our integration with Zoom means you can now offer and sell online video appointments as easily as you were used to selling in-office, face-to-face appointments in the Pre-Coronian era.
All you need to do to get started is connect your Zoom account to your web account.