Which Automate Webinar Service Is the Best????

Profile picture of the author rogerlodge by
Which automated webinar service do you think is the best and why?

http://www.stealthseminar.com/

WebinarAGoGo.com

CDN | Content Delivery Network: Pay Per View, Streaming Media, more

Webinar Selling Machine | Automate Your Webinar

Live Webinar Replay

Any thoughts???

Roger
#product reviews #automate #service #webinar

  • Profile picture of the author Geoff1
    Roger,

    Of course I like ours so I will not bother voting.... Have you seen this page though: http://www.stealthseminar.com/compare-us/

    Geoff
  • Profile picture of the author Izesta
    Originally Posted by rogerlodge View Post


    Roger, I am quite interested in automated webinars. It just makes too much sense. I started looking into the options a few months back.

    Stealth Seminar lacks sufficient info and details on the site. There is so much setup work involved with this, I need to feel that I can rely on that backend script host and most don't leave me feeling warm and cozy.

    With CDN, I needed more info to decide, but on their site it said, "Now you can get Webinar Selling Machine (software and training system) for only $247.00 July SALE $227.00 (single webinar license). Multiple webinar license details are on the check out page." It's not clear if this is a monthly fee, annual fee, one-time fee. . . . And I needed to know more about "multiple" webinars and I don't want to go through the checkout process to find out. That makes no sense. They should provide a chart like so many other sites and show the differences. When I tried to call, I got voicemail - of course. Left 2 messages and never got a return call. So, they are out. No support on the front means no support on the back end.

    I have sat in on automated webinars for the Webinar a GoGo system and I know a guy who uses it. Seems like it could be a winner.

    Brunson's system may be okay, but again there is little detail and few specs - just a sales page. I guess I have to sign up for the trial at $4.95 just to find out the nitty gritty. To me, that means I am paying $4.95 for the specs.

    I'm not sure if hosting the webinars on their servers is a good idea. Probably better to use Amazon S3. Brunson mentions about possible bandwidth issues because webinars are hosted on their servers.

    Thing is, it's mostly a matter of a script and for anyone planning to do it in a big way, might as well get your own script and cut out that cost and possible server problems.

    I'm pretty sure Ryan Deiss has a script for this, but don't know if it's available to anyone.

    Anyhow, as I work on my piece, I will continue looking into the automation side.
  • Profile picture of the author MichaelHiles
    I just don't "get" the whole automated webinar thing.

    On the outset it looks and sounds pretty useful as a service - but then when you start thinking through it, really what's the point of having a separate service to do what you can essentially do as a video that requires registration to access in a protected members area?

    The timed delivery maybe to make it look like it's a real webinar? Seems expensive for just that ability - and you could probably figure out a way to even spoof that too.

    What am I missing here?
  • Profile picture of the author kevinhdavis
    Hi Michael,

    The theory behind doing the automated wbinar versus a video with registration is it is more event-based. It adds some percieved scarcity because it will be on this date and this time, and then afterwards you also have a replay only available at a scheduled time, then finally they fall into the last chance to download the video.

    It creates a more solid commitment with the user to show up at a specific time to get the content. They are more apt to take action then someone that simply opted-in to view a video.

    The other benefit is to prerecord a webinar and play it through the automated system, instead of trying to do it live where more problems could happen. Webinars are much more tricky than teleseminars. More things available to go wrong.

    Kevin
  • Profile picture of the author Bayo
    Originally Posted by MichaelHiles View Post

    I just don't "get" the whole automated webinar thing.

    On the outset it looks and sounds pretty useful as a service - but then when you start thinking through it, really what's the point of having a separate service to do what you can essentially do as a video that requires registration to access in a protected members area?

    The timed delivery maybe to make it look like it's a real webinar? Seems expensive for just that ability - and you could probably figure out a way to even spoof that too.

    What am I missing here?
    I believe its the ease of use for people who know their subject matter but who are not technically adept and don't want to have to go through learning a new system

    I run webinars and I can see the benefits of being able to schedule webinars to run when you are otherwise unavailable...and I don't particularly like to get involved in tech stuff and would prefer not to have to pay someone to do it each time I need to get one setup either.

    So I guess it is relative convenience.


    Bayo
  • Profile picture of the author Izesta
    I have no idea how great it is or isn't, but I came across a webinar replay service that gives a totally FREE trial so you can see if you like it before buying. They don't even ask for a credit card for the trial.

    It's www.webinarmax.com

    Try it and see what you think. I signed up for a trial just now and seems okay so far, but I have yet to finish getting something uploaded for a full test.

    Ditto on kevinhdavis' comment. Cuz when someone has a regular ol' video for me to watch, I can watch today or next year. But when it's a scheduled meeting/webinar, I have to set some time aside to watch it when they are showing it. That means the presenter gets their sales message out to me TODAY and not next month or possibly never. Marketers know all of us are in a "that can wait" mode.
  • Profile picture of the author Anonymous Affiliate
    You may want to check out our offer too: Evergreen Business System
  • Profile picture of the author Trucker
    Dear Guys,

    Jboss & Raptivity provides a easy source to try out a series of webinars available at their portal sites.

    Where Jboss uses Enterprise Apps Platform Environment to build a series of Webinar Interface, Raptivity presents high quality webinars for learning purposes.

    Adding to this, the quality do matters when it comes to streaming of live learning occurs & training sessions are been taken.
  • Profile picture of the author Bayo
    Originally Posted by Anonymous Affiliate View Post

    You may want to check out our offer too: Automated Webinar Script
    I would be interested in knowing how it stacks up against similar products - I am fully aware that there are feature and price difference.

    Will review your product

    Bayo
  • Profile picture of the author blkfin
    Greetings

    What happens if an attendee comes in a the middle of the webinar, will they see the entire webinar or will they enter at the point of time theroretically elapsed?

    Thanks

    Jim

    You may want to check out our offer too: Automated Webinar Script
  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Good question Jim, I"m wondering the same thing.
  • Profile picture of the author Anonymous Affiliate
    Originally Posted by GCWilliams View Post

    I tested out the Automated Webinar Script from Cheap Internet Tools, so here's a little feedback.

    Firstly, it's a great idea to have the webinar populated with names. It really gives it a "event" feel. The thing that does not work though, is most of the names seem fake! Some of them are just random letters positioned together, and that really gives it away.

    But that feature would be tremendously valuable if it worked smoothly.

    Secondly, the webinar seems to start within a few seconds when someone enters into the room. To me this also removes the "live" feeling.

    In my experience, the webinar needs to begin at the specified starting time. And if someone arrives late, they miss what they've missed. It shouldn't start from the start if they arrive 15 minutes late. They should start watching 15 minutes in.

    Also, when someone clicks on the screen of the webinar, it pauses. This is also something that gives away that it's not a live webinar.

    If these things could be fixed, this would be a tremendous script.

    And as an aside, I'm not trying to bag this script here. I'm trying to give good, positive feedback on ways to improve it.

    From what I've seen Cheap Internet Tools make incredible products and sell them at VERY reasonable prices.

    I've seen big marketers use them, Ryan Deiss for example. And I plan to get more of the products in the future. The Launch Template for example, looks wonderful.

    So right now, this Automated Webinar Script won't work for me. But I believe the company has the talent to turn this into a brilliant tool with a few small changes.

    Just my 2 cents!

    Off to continue my search for a great webinar replay solution!
    GOOD NEWS and thanks for the feedback: we've studied all your points and we're fixed them all up. You should give our script a whole new look because it's been TOTALLY revamped: Automated Webinar Script | Cheap Internet Marketing Tools
  • Profile picture of the author Anonymous Affiliate
    Originally Posted by blkfin View Post

    Greetings

    What happens if an attendee comes in a the middle of the webinar, will they see the entire webinar or will they enter at the point of time theroretically elapsed?

    Thanks

    Jim
    If the attendee arrives late, the video will NOT play from the beginning. In fact, the video will play from some point midway through the video in order to ensure the "live" feeling of the event remains intact
  • Profile picture of the author Xmas
    I use my own webinar script and embed it into my webpage.

    You have to have a really good product for me to pay a recurring monthly fee
  • Profile picture of the author Alan Petersen
    Good gravy a script to trick people into thinking the video they're watching is a live webinar. Now I'll be wondering during the next webinar I attend.
  • Profile picture of the author Anonymous Affiliate
    Originally Posted by Alan Petersen View Post

    Good gravy a script to trick people into thinking the video they're watching is a live webinar. Now I'll be wondering during the next webinar I attend.
    As long as the content is good, there's nothing wrong in broadcasting a webinar that was recorded in the past. Fresh new attendees will still find it valuable won't they?
  • Profile picture of the author tdotbaby
    Has anyone tested www.strongwebinar.com
  • Profile picture of the author rr1455
    Where is there a review all the software that does auto webinars???
    Also what is the cost of each and good and bad points of each???
    If one was to do a powerpoint and send it via email, what would the difference be???

    Thx...
    Roger
  • Profile picture of the author ronr
    I've used several. There are many good ones but stealthwebinar.com is my favorite.

    Ron
  • Profile picture of the author Geoff1
    Ron,

    Thanks much for the compliments on our system. I appreciate it.

    Geoff

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