VideoAsk – Video Conversations Made Easy

VideoAsk - Friday Favourites with Richard Tubb

Do you miss having face-to-face conversations with your clients or prospects? Video Conversations Made Easy would help!VideoAsk - Friday Favourites with Richard Tubb

Every Friday I share one of my favourite finds of the week — a website, tool or an app that has impressed me.

My Friday Favourite this week is VideoAsk – Video Conversations Made Easy.

What is it?

VideoAsk allows you to have asynchronous conversations with your clients, prospects, followers and more.

How much does it cost?

You can use VideoAsk for 20-mins per month for free.

Paid plans with more minutes and more features start at £18/month.

Video Conversations Made Easy

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re having less in-person conversations with the people we want to connect with.

I’ve written before about tools like Bonjoro – Powerful Personal Videos and Zoom – Cloud Video Conferencing.

Both these tools are great for video conversations, but where VideoAsk excels is that it makes it easy to have asynchronous video conversations.

VideoAsk is brought to you by the team at Typeform.

You can send somebody a VideoAsk message on your desktop or via the mobile app.

The recipient receives the video message, and can then click a button to reply to your message with either video, audio or text.

When you receive their response, you can choose to reply again – and so using VideoAsk turns a video message into a conversation!

Every one of your conversations can be recorded, transcribed and organised for you.

The @Video_Ask app makes it easy to have asynchronous video conversations. Face to face conversations always work best! Click to Tweet

You can also embed VideoAsk on your website, to encourage visitors to start conversations with you.

Face-to-face conversations are the strongest way to build relationships.

I like how VideoAsk is making asynchronous face-to-face conversations easy.

How can I get it?

Visit the VideoAsk website and sign-up for a free account.

You can also follow @Video_Ask on Twitter, visit the VideoAsk Facebook page, or visit the VideoAsk LinkedIn page.

Thanks to Scott Millar of IT Rockstars for introducing me to VideoAsk!

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