Disaster Strikes WebinarJam

UPDATE: It was just announced that Google is moving Hangouts on Air to YouTube Live. How this will effect WebinarJam and similarly built products is not yet known. I’ll be writing a new post once I know more. However, this highlights the risks of the WebinarJam design, as explained in the article below. Product integration Read more about Disaster Strikes WebinarJam[…]

Webinato Revisited

Before I took a longer than expected sabbatical from webinar production, I wrote a blog post about Webinato, the then-new offering by omNovia. I was basically in love with the product but was terribly disappointed that they left webinar recording out of the service. To record, you had to purchase their higher end offering which Read more about Webinato Revisited[…]

Webinato … Soooooooo Close

It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated the blog but a new product has arrived on the scene that demands a quick shout-out and a bit of a spanking. The product is Webinato and it comes from our friends at omNovia. I reviewed omNovia way back two years ago and it is still a Read more about Webinato … Soooooooo Close[…]


Test Drive of AnyMeeting

In my previous post, I reviewed MeetingBurner. Another popular free webinar solution that I took for a spin earlier this month was AnyMeeting. Realizing the anxiety that free webinar solutions can inspire in potential customers, the folks at AnyMeeting renamed their product from the prior Freebinar.  While the name change might improve the image, there Read more about Test Drive of AnyMeeting[…]

The Frustration that is MeetingBurner

Going against my “you get what you pay for” instincts, I took a peek at a couple of free webinar solutions earlier this month and the one that most intrigued me, and ultimately broke my heart was MeetingBurner. To understand what may lie at the heart of MeetingBurner’s problem one has to understand its evolution. Read more about The Frustration that is MeetingBurner[…]