Stealth Seminar Review

Good – Expensive – Horrific Stealth Seminar is one of the most professional webinar software I have evaluated. This software can integrate with basically every CRM system and email system you can imagine. That is good. It is more expensive than for instance Everwebinar that offers a similar amount of sophisticated features, but you have the advantage that you can pay monthly. Everwebinar requires you to pay for a full year. As they say: You get what you pay for. The product is near perfection from a feature point of view. A show stopper for me was – and it might be for you – that they limit you to… Read More

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Run A Webinar Review

Inexpensive, scalable webinar software The number 2 of my webinar solution evaluation goes to Run A Webinar. This could well be the most affordable scalable solution you will find on the market. Based on Amazon´s S3 (not google hangouts) you can hold meetings with an unlimited amount of guests. Amazon is said to be more stable. Webinars can be automatically recorded. The only reason this product did not make it to number 1 is that it does not offer an autopilot function (automatically allow people to sign up for the replay). As there is an easy workaround (a landing page with a sign up), it still made it to the… Read More

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MeetingBurner Review, Webinar Software

The third winner is: MeetingBurner For a few weeks now I have been evaluating webinar solutions. It´s a huge market. It´s also a market that is (still) dominated by a few “old” players (like GoToMeeting), AND there are some rather shady player on the market. I bet many of you have a product inside of them … and a webinar is a perfect way to sell your product and grow your list. It´s also a great way of connecting with people and allowing them to get to know you. What is important to mention is that MeetingBurner has the focus on screen sharing. You can show the camera of the… Read More

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Honest Review of MailChimp

Is MailChimp right for your business? Let me start off by answering a question I had. Why are there so few MailChimp reviews around and why do they often get trashed even though the comparisons show that their offer is good? That reviews are always honest is an illusion. Most reviews are written by people who are affiliated with the companies they review. Meaning they get paid when you buy it. Some of them pay serious amounts of money for a successful recommendation. MailChimp does not really have that. They offer a tiny commission – not even cash but a small credit to your account. Definitely not the kind of… Read More

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