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Hi Guys

What do you use to setup webinars? I am looking for something which will show users my
screen in realtime. Something like Citrix Webinar, but cheaper.

Thank you
#software #webinar
  • Profile picture of the author JeffMitchell
    You can give Www.Freewebinar.com a shot. I have not personally used it but it is FREE and everyone loves free. It will only hold 150 people and I don't know how many people that you need. But if you are just getting started it could work for you.

    Jeff Mitchell
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    • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
      Originally Posted by JeffMitchell View Post

      You can give Www.Freewebinar.com a shot. I have not personally used it but it is FREE and everyone loves free. It will only hold 150 people and I don't know how many people that you need. But if you are just getting started it could work for you.

      Jeff Mitchell
      I might wanna give it a shot because Go to Webinar is making me bankrupt
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by JeffMitchell View Post

      You can give Www.Freewebinar.com a shot. I have not personally used it but it is FREE and everyone loves free. It will only hold 150 people and I don't know how many people that you need. But if you are just getting started it could work for you.

      Jeff Mitchell
      Jeff, I think you meant to refer to Free Web Conferencing, Free Web Conferencing Software, Free Online Meetings, Free Webinar Service, Free Webinar Software instead?

      It's not a bad choice for beginners who don't have a huge list of subscribers and/or JV partners who can drive a massive number of people to a webinar. Of all the free webinar services I've encountered, this has the most generous capacity of all (the others free ones I've encountered typically top out at 50 maximum attendees or less).

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    Everyone here primarily uses Webinar | GoToWebinar but they've recently upped their price from $99/mth to $499/mth. Not sure what the next best replacement is.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Sol Radina
    I have used GoToWebinar for everything in the past, but now I use DimDim mostly because it is free. It all depends on what size audience you want. The price goes of considerably when you need an audience vs showing some people your screen.
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    • Profile picture of the author ildarius
      Originally Posted by briantracyjointventure View Post

      I have used GoToWebinar for everything in the past, but now I use DimDim mostly because it is free. It all depends on what size audience you want. The price goes of considerably when you need an audience vs showing some people your screen.
      Thanks for the suggestions, looks like GoToWebinar is everyone's primary choice... DimDim looks pretty good actually, 75$ per month for up to 1000 attendees for their "Webinar" plan, that's more than 4 times cheaper than GoToWebinar
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    Thanks for the info...my question is free really free. I am doing a traffic generation webinar and want to keep the professionalism level up, but being a first in the IM niche, I want to keep costs below since you never know what would happen?
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeus66
    Yeah, I use GoToWebinar and love it, but I would not pay $499/month for it. I got grandfathered in at $99/month, and it's very much worth it at that price. DimDim would be my 2nd choice ($75/month). It is also feature-rich and on GoToWebinar's level, in my opinion.

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I recently attended a Frank Kern webinar where he was using a new solution called join2webinar - Join2Webinar

    It's still in Private Beta, but I was pretty impressed by how smoothly it ran. It apparently supports the Mac OS as well, and that is probably a big deciding factor for Frank as I know for a fact he's a Mac fiend...lol.

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  • Profile picture of the author Will Perkins
    Anyone find any good solutions to webinars lately? GoToWebinar is just way to expensive in my opinion, and DimDim has since been acquired.

    Anyone?
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Will Perkins View Post

      Anyone find any good solutions to webinars lately? GoToWebinar is just way to expensive in my opinion, and DimDim has since been acquired.

      Anyone?
      Watch out for join2webinar, which I've mentioned above. It's still in private beta, but it looks promising.

      Paul
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      • Profile picture of the author Will Perkins
        Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

        Watch out for join2webinar, which I've mentioned above. It's still in private beta, but it looks promising.

        Paul
        Very true, but looking at more current, real-time solutions.

        Anyone got any suggestions?
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      • Profile picture of the author PluginGuy
        Join2webinar won't be opening up anytime soon as a webinar service.

        It's actually a "front" for autopilotwebinars which, as the name suggests, runs videos at specific times to look like they're webinars. So rather like Stealth Seminar (which Kern has used too), the auto webinar bit of QSS (the fancy funnel system for Infusionsoft which Kern uses quite a bit) and Autowebinarplayer.

        Ian
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        ...plug me in...

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  • Profile picture of the author karenhudson
    You can set up your webinar here easily and quickly

    Webinar | GoToWebinar
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