There are three types of online conferencing: audio, web, and video. Although it may look as if these three are the same, but they are not.
All three types of conferencing require their own hardware, software, and, if necessary, additional peripheral devices. A telephone line, or at least an internet subscription network, is also important. You can even hire professionals to install conference room AV.
Audio conferencing is a communication mode that allows two or more conference participants to talk to each other through spoken words, similar to making and making calls.
The hardware required includes a microphone, computer sound card, headset, or speakers. Additionally, participants can talk to this person at the same time by entering text and "chatting" in the dialog box.
Web conferencing also uses the principle of audio conferencing with real-time streaming video. This is of course possible, provided all participating members have their own cameras and are placed in the same "place" at the conference. Graphics cards and moderate to high internet connection are also required.
Video conferencing is one of the most expensive and extensive types of online conferencing. Recorded messages are saved in video format and sent to several websites.
Broadcasts can be activated by pressing one button. The "operators" are delegated at all times to "chat" with potentially interested customers. This is not only a great form of interactivity but also a great way to advertise.