WebinarWarriors - Who do you use?

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Hi,

I starting adding webinars to my business, who do you use?

Go2Webinar seems the most popular, but $99 a month seems pricey.

Ive had a look at Meetcheap and don't like the interface at all.

Also looked at Meetingburner, which seems very cool.

Any good webinar training about that you have used?


Thanks Warriors!
#webinarwarriors
  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    I use GoToWebinar. $99 a month is a drop in the bucket compared to what you will make with webinars.
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  • I pay $75 for 1000 lines on go2webinar you need a special code for it, if you decide to use that service PM me I can't try to find the code (can't guarantee it works).

    PS It's not my affiliate link or anything, just trying to help out. Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Rashell
    I don't do webinars but I've seen people hack together a chat box and a streaming video to create something like uStream.tv or LiveStream

    Then there's:
    Anymeeting
    GVOConference
    InstantPresenter
    Webex

    HTH,

    Rashell
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    Originally Posted by thehypnoman View Post

    Hi,

    I starting adding webinars to my business, who do you use?

    Go2Webinar seems the most popular, but $99 a month seems pricey.

    Ive had a look at Meetcheap and don't like the interface at all.

    Also looked at Meetingburner, which seems very cool.

    Any good webinar training about that you have used?


    Thanks Warriors!
    If you're looking into making real money with webinars take a look at their $500 pricing, $99 for 100 visitors won't do it. Anyways, you'll make WAY more money than the investment, so choose them.

    One technical problem you may have with another webinar provider may cost you thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. You're better of paying the $500/month and not worrying about anything funky that may happen.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingChad
    Anymeeting is a good free alternative especially if you're just starting out. Join.me is also an option!
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  • Profile picture of the author Tadresources
    I think the $100 for Go2Webinar is reasonable and worth the investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonjwarner
    Originally Posted by HelpingYouBeAnExpert View Post

    I pay $75 for 1000 lines on go2webinar you need a special code for it, if you decide to use that service PM me I can't try to find the code (can't guarantee it works).

    PS It's not my affiliate link or anything, just trying to help out. Good luck
    Sent you a PM

    I think im going to go with go2
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