Virtual Booth TipsJoin Now

Set-up your booth upon your registration approval. Don’t wait until the last minute to set-up your virtual booth. Once your booth has been set-up it can be seen in the event Exhibit Hall by the employer so they know you are ready to go. This will give your group more exposure as the employer checks in and sees their vendors are prepared. Please note, we no longer support the YouTube Livestream option.

Create a pre-recorded video presentation. Pre-record your presentation and upload it to YouTube. Keep your video to less than 5 minutes. As visitors enter your booth they can watch your presentation while you chat with them. A pre-recorded presentation will ensure each visitor receives the same message from start to finish. Your video can begin with welcoming visitors to your virtual booth and tell them to feel free to ask any questions they may have in the chat. Don’t forget to direct your visitors to your coupon, scheduling link and brochures. Click here for a sample video

Chat communication. Welcome the visitors as they enter the room via chat. Let them know about your coupon and brochures they can download. The visitor’s name will appear as they enter the room.

Using Private Video and Audio chat. You can join a private video request by clicking the join button within the chat. You can pop the video into another window by clicking the box with the up arrow in it, allowing you to have your private video chat and watch over your live chat as well.

Booth Placement is based on registration time. Vendors are listed in the Exhibit Hall based on the time they register for the event. Members will always be at the top of the list.

Event Day Vendors are listed in the Exhibit Hall based on the time they register for the event. Members will always be at the top of the list.

You can enter and edit your booth from the Event Registrations tab within your profile where you set up your booth. Please be in your virtual booth 5 minutes before the event time. The employer will go through to check in with each vendor before the event starts.

If you do not see the chat window, you may be behind a VPN that does not allow chats. Close your VPN and join your network directly.

You will see the employee’s name as they enter your booth. You can welcome them by typing in the chat. To get your chat going, put a welcome message to all visitors in the chat before the event start time.

If you need assistance, we are available via chat, phone or email.

Questions: Chat / Email / Call