Overall Satisfaction with Sendspark
A huge part of what I do is share idea and more often than not I share them via charts and graphs. So screen capture video tools are really useful. I can open up a letter or a deck and go over what I am looking at and then send it to a client. I can do that with SendSpark as well as other software. What sets SendSpark apart from the competitors I have used is primarily 2 things. 1-It is stupid simple and clean. The interface is very simple and it does a great job. 2-and this is the BIG one-you can not only share your video via a link really easily but if you want the client to send over a video you can send a link and they can do their own screenshare video without downloading anything. Literally they click the link and they can record their screen. Ridiculously simple and even more ridiculously useful. I am obviously a big fan and plan to use this more and more to better serve my clients.
- Record video.
- Allow clients to record video and send it back.
- Clean and simple interface.
- I guess they could always grow the editing capabilities but then they risk complicating a simple and very clean product.
- Ease of use.
- Ability for client to send video back with ease.
- You can store videos on cloud and repurpose them.
- I don't have a hard # to report yet but SendSpark is already increasing customer retention as I can better communicate with them.
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For customer service, collaboration, or just doing slideshows or computer-based presentations I think SendSpark is really hard to beat. Another great use that I have seen, but have not yet set up, is for personalized emails where you do a "quick" video and then send it to a prospective client or anyone else.