Zoom is a very popular video conferencing application that’s available on virtually all platforms. We’ll use it in this tutorial to demonstrate how you can integrate Zoom with Clickfunnels.
Setting Up The Experience
If you’re using Gmail to collect email addresses, you’ll want to set up a zoom bot so that people can get set up with a link to join your Zoom meeting from inside the email.
To do this, click the gear icon in the top right corner of your Gmail compose window, then select Settings. Next, click the Embedded link under the Social heading.
Gmail will now greet members with a link to your Zoom meeting room. When clicked, it will take the user directly to your Zoom meeting room where they can join your session in progress. They’ll see a blue button near the top left of the chat window which reads Join Meeting. Clicking this button will direct them into the meeting room. Once they’re in the room, they can click on the Presenters tab to see your slides.
Attendees Can Have Fun, Too
People not only want to be able to join your meeting from your email but they also want to have fun while doing it. To provide the best possible experience, you can use Google Groups to create a dedicated space for your meetings. With a space like this, you can share files and present content in the format you prefer. You can use any tool you prefer, such as Zoom or GoToMeeting, but Google Groups is highly recommended as it provides a nice blend of content sharing and presentation tools.
To get started, sign up for a free Google Group, then navigate to the settings page. Next, from the Admin section, pick the topics you want to use for your group, then pick a username and password. When you’re finished, click Save. Now you can start using the group with your members.
Getting More From Your Meeting
If you’re presenting to a room of people, you probably want to record your presentation and make it accessible for those who couldn’t attend. Luckily for you, we’ve got suggestions on how to do this.
You can use Google Docs to create a document that contains all of your presentation materials. When you’ve finished creating the presentation, click the sharing icon in the upper right corner of the page. Next, from the menu that appears, choose More and then Embed. This will place a small link in your document which, when clicked, will take your viewers directly into your presentation. You can also choose to have a video playing while you’re presenting. When they’re done viewing the presentation, you can click the Share button to have the link removed from the document. This is a simple but effective way to allow your viewers to get the information they need without having to leave your presentation.
Attendees Can Download Apps & Software
People attending your meetings also want to be able to use their own devices seamlessly while taking part in the presentation. To provide the best experience, you can use Clickfunnels to create a seamless download for SlideShare. With this download, when a member clicks on the link in your email, they’ll be prompted to enter their details to complete the download. Once downloaded, they can use the software in the manner you intended.
The same concept can be applied to other apps such as Zoom, GoToMeeting, and Skype. When a member clicks on a link from your email, they’ll be directed to the specific app store to download the software.
This method creates a more streamlined experience for your attendees as they won’t have to search for apps individually or remember cumbersome passwords or details. It also means they can use your software without worrying about compatibility issues. While this might seem like an excessive amount of work to set up, having everything prepared makes a big difference in the overall feel of your meeting.
No More Password Issues
One of the biggest problems with a traditional PowerPoint presentation is the need to share a password with the person you’re presenting to. Without a password, they can’t access the information you’re sharing. Luckily for you, we’ve got a hack which allows you to overcome this issue. When a member clicks the link in your email, they’ll be taken to a page which asks them to enter their name, email address, and company. Once this form is filled in, they’ll be presented with a code which they can use to access the presentation. When entering this code, they’ll be taken directly to the specific slides you wanted them to see (in this case, the first three).
The name, email address, and company are used to identify the user and prevent others from accessing their information. Entering this information is therefore a critical step in gaining access to your presentation. While this is a fairly trivial issue to resolve, having a reliable and trusted system to verify users is a huge advantage. Even better, since this is a completely automated process you can set up in a matter of minutes, there’s no chance of human error.
In closing, we hope we were able to provide some helpful tips on how to integrate Zoom with Clickfunnels. We’d love to hear from you regarding how you’re using Zoom to engage your customers and staff. Let us know if this article was helpful and how you plan on using Zoom in your business.