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Common conf call problems - The Conf Call Confidence Pack

These resources deal with common conf call problems and ways to solve them.

Conference Call Problems and How to Address Them

Audio conference calls seem interesting when you think the benefits they carry for your business or social meetings. But when you think of the issues associated with their setting up and smooth running, you soon realize that participating in one or holding one is quite challenging.

Conference Calling in English

The first part of this article addresses some common conf call problems.

Skype. MegaMeeting. Face Time. SightSpeed. Tinychat. ooVoo. Pidgin. Google Talk. Nefsis. WebEx. If you're in business it's highly likely that you'll be using one or some of these tools. Skype alone is used by 35% of small business as their primary communication service.

Conference calls with native speakers of English | Business Spotlight Online

This survey by York Associates and the Zurich Academy of Europe provides information about common problems encountered during conf calls with native speakers of English.

A conference call in real life -- very funny!

You've probably seen this video about a conference call in real life: Participants join late, are unprepared, disrupt each other and technical problems cut the call short. The video is an exaggeration of a bad conference call, but it is very easy to relate to.

How to Get Better Audio on Your Conference Calls

By: Richard "Zippy" Grigonis Using audio conferencing equipment is one of the easiest ways for organizations of any size to save money, reduce their carbon footprint, and boost productivity. And today's high-definition conferencing technologies make group communications possible in a very natural, effective environment. But a conference call with bad audio is more than just annoying.

How to Adjust For Feedback on a Conference Call

One of the calls we get often is about feedback on conference calls. It's a big problem, aside from being annoying and loud, because it disrupts the business you're trying to get done. What a lot of people don't know, is that feedback can usually be solved quickly and easily without having to make a second call for assistance.

How To Handle Common Technical Problems on a Conference Call

Despite improvements in technology, problems do occur in conference calls, and you need to be prepared for them. Poor telephone connection First, of course, if you're using the telephone system, some participants might have a bad connection. This has been the case since the telephone was invented, and is likely to be true forever!

Handling conference calls can be trickier than people think - SME | The Star Online

THE awkward silences. The false-starts. The odd background noise. Crying babies, barking dogs, hammer drills. For anyone who's every been on a conference call, you know the symptoms of a terrible conference call. There was a time when only big time executives actually got to sit on a conference call.

How To Handle Common Technical Problems on a Conference Call

Despite improvements in technology, problems do occur in conference calls, and you need to be prepared for them. Poor telephone connection First, of course, if you're using the telephone system, some participants might have a bad connection. This has been the case since the telephone was invented, and is likely to be true forever!

The Ultimate Guide To Preventing Conference Call Disaster

It was all going according to plan ... before it all went to hell. The plan was simple: Call up the brilliant Chris Garrett for his session in the October More Buyers Mastermind, interview him, and record the call. Should have gone smooth as silk.