This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Speek for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. I have grown to use Speek for all of my conference calls.... and believe me - I hold a lot of calls every single day. I have calls with current clients, potential clients, investors, team members, partners - The list can go on and on.

Speek is more attractive to me than the other options on the market because of how their technology plays out during the call. For many conference calling solutions, you sit on your phone and maybe share your screen with the other callers. Speek takes that notion a step further by allowing real-time file sharing and call analytics.

The analytics part is my favorite aspect so allow me to go into that further if you don't mind.

To connect to a Speek call, you visit the conference's unique URL. For example, I have all of my attendees visit http://speek.com/loganlenz. Once there, you input your phone number and let the Speek system call you directly. This means you don't have to worry about remembering any phone numbers or silly pin codes.

Whenever someone connects to the call, the screen turns into a virtual board room. There are tables with each user's name, title, and face attached to it. The analytics aspect uses clever voice-tracking technologies to understand who is talking when. That person gets highlighted as they talk.

Then, at the end of the call, you'll receive the call data. For example, you'll learn who talked the most and what percentage of the call was taken over by whom.

As you can tell by my passionate rant, Speek is the way to go for conference calls. I strongly encourage everyone to sign up for a free account to give it a test drive. You won't regret it.

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