Your Live Streaming Content Can Live On And On

contentThe date of your live streaming event has come and gone — and things went pretty well. Now, you have some great content that resulted from the live event that you can use again and again. While it may seem that the content went out into space and disappeared without a trace, the recording you made can now be used in many ways.

Whether anyone was actually watching the first time or not, your content can serve you again if you allow it to come to life again.

Here are a few suggestions for reusing your content:

Make an audio podcast
Podcasts aren’t as popular as they once were, but they still have the benefit of being great pieces of content for people to enjoy in the car, while working out or while otherwise engaged visually. You can re-release the best speeches and motivational content from your event as an audio podcast — complete with the original introduction or a new one — and reach a new audience. Just be sure you listen to the content and make sure to take out references that will be lost on an audio-only audience.

Have an eBook made
Have someone transcribe the best information from your event into an eBook that can further carry your message and promote your goals. People who can’t sit still for a podcast or event might take the time to thumb through an eBook.

Break that transcript into blog posts
Whether you make an eBook or not, that great keyword-rich content of your transcript can find second or third life as blog posts. Use the posts to supplement an already-vibrant and engaging blog on your website for maximum benefit.

Turn the video into a course
Make an educational course from the video of the event. This will require additional new content made in your office or a studio, but that’s okay. Your big-name guests and carefully produce speeches will live again in a cheap-to-produce video course that you can build around them.

Remember to be thinking about second uses for creating future content from the moment you start planning each of your events. Then, you can make sure you capture everything needed for future content that builds on and enhances the effectiveness of the event.

Tech companies using surety bonds for their public projects

As we all know whenever a company happens to be working on a public project, surety bonds are required. This is so because the government wants to make sure that all of the people involved in the project will be paid and also there is some backing in case the changes aren’t done. Websites like http://www.californiasuretybonds.net have reported that they are doing lots of business with tech companies who embark on public projects. For example if you have heard of the Los Angeles free wifi project you will understand what kind of tech projects are being done. Bonds must be in place before they even start the work. For the average Joe this is great news. This means a company help accountable for what they are supposed to deliver. If for any reason they don’t deliver or if they deliver sub par quality work they can file a claim to the surety bond company.

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Why the big surge in tech bonds?
The answer to this question is very simple. At the moment we are going through a period in the US where we are looking to upgrade our technology. The same technology the was in place 20 years ago is no longer cutting it. So more and more new companies out there are inventing new devices and systems that are indeed needed. Local governments everywhere are awarding companies with some very lucrative contracts. So this makes this particular niche pretty attractive. All it takes is one really well paid job from a government entity to push a new tech start-up to the next level. Completion bonds are the perfect way for the govt to be able to trust all of these new companies. Public decision makers can rest assured that they wont be loosing money to a bad deal. In the past being bonded was not a requirement. But after so many cases where companies taking federal and local money and not delivering what they promised, its no wonder why they are enforcing it now.