Webinar JEO Review, Walter Bayliss

Webinar JEO is probably the last of my series of webinar system reviews. I found my “weapon of choice”.

Walter Bayliss is on the market for over 7 years now. He is an entrepreneur, software developer, and internet marketer. He used to offer “RunClick Webinar” – a webinar system based on Google Hangouts. After experiencing too many issues with the Google platform, he created an Amazon EC 2-based system.

What is Webinar JEO

Webinar JEO is a complete webinar solution. It supports

  • Live Webinars
  • Evergreen Webinars 
  • Replays / Recorded Webinars

Webinar JEO supports unlimited attendees and does not limit the number of webinar and replays you can run. The feature list is impressive and extensive training is included in the cost.

The argument that is being pointed out most is that the system does not run on Google Hangout basis. Walter Bayliss shares how he lost lots of money by using Google Hangout and that attendees suffer from an up to 60-second delay. He informs us how the delay kills every interaction during the webinar when someone has to wait a minute for a reply.

Personally, I did not experience any problem with a delay of a few seconds but I also never had more than 200 people on my webinar.

Webinar JEO Features

As mentioned you can run live webinars, recorded webinars, replays and hybrid webinars. Hybrid means that a recording plays but you can enter the live chat and interact with the people.

That is standard with all of the leading systems, meanwhile.

Features include

  • Polls 
  • Quizzes
  • 1-Click private chat
  • Live screen sharing
  • Quizzes
  • Interactive Whiteboard
  • Live Chat
This is pretty standard with the exception of the interactive whiteboard and the quizzes. The whiteboard is an innovative function. 
The sign-up, follow up and lead system is probably the best on the market right now. Webinar replays can be sent out automatically (only a few systems offer that right now) and obviously, Webinar JEO also offers all of the standard features like buy-buttons, sign-up templates etc. 
It is easy to set up and run, whereas I only came across two webinar systems so far that were complicated to handle. 
So far so good. One feature missing (see “contra”), two innovative and unique features and the rest is best-of-class. 

The good and the bad

Pro

  • Unlimited attendees
  • High-performance system
  • Tons of features to help conversion
  • Extensive (quality!) training included
  • Runs on Amazon (stable and performant)
  • Innovative new features
  • Excellent follow-up and autoresponder system

Contra

  • No automated chat (chat of live sessions gets played at your evergreen seminars or you can enter chat manually). Also, the “simulated attendees” function that especially new marketers love (imagine for first webinar only 2 people show up) is missing. 

Final Verdict

It is one of the finest solutions on the market with an impressive feature list.

Currently, the brand new release of JEO has one or two features more than WebinarJam/Everwebinar. The developers of WebinarJam are also busy, preparing the new release. If a product has similar features and pricing it comes down to the person.

Both come with INCREDIBLE training that offers far more than just training on how to run webinars.

JEO is a bit more “affiliate-ish”. Or you could say salesy. For this, and only this reason, my choice is WebinarJam. What newbies might like is that it is possible to pay monthly for JEO; while WebinarJam´s fee has to be paid yearly. On the other hand, newbies might want to get their hands on the automated chat and attendee feature.

Where to get / Pricing

Currently, a pre-launch promotion is active. You can get Webinar JEO for $ 297 for a year (and lock in the low price) or $ 39 per month. Walter Bayliss states that the price will be massively higher after the pre-launch phase. Sometimes these statements are true, sometimes they only have the purpose of creating a false sense of urgency. In any way: If you are planning to offer webinars you MUST look at this one: 

Learn more or buy HERE

Webinar JEO Review, Walter Bayliss

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