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What's Your Favorite Way To Conduct A Webinar?Views: 518
Dec 12, 2009 5:31 amWhat's Your Favorite Way To Conduct A Webinar?#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

There are lots of ways to conduct a webinar on the Net. What's yours?

Now, I have a podcast on Talkshoe. That's just an audio site. I never thought it would ever be equipped to do webinars. But, Talkshoe host Dr. Robert White recently introduced a way to make that happen with Freebinar.com. Yes, it's another one of those "free" services, but so what? It gets the job done. Talkshoe.com is itself a free service too.

There are some neat things you can do when you link up Talkshoe and other services. For example, you can greatly increase a radio station's audience by making a radio program accessible online via Talkshoe. If you have a Skype-In account, you can have local folks call your local Skype-In number and be forwarded into the main Talkshoe line in Pennsylvania absolutely free. All you have to do to get into the right conference room is type in your PIN # on your phone. However, you can use your computer to get on Talkshoe and not use a phone or even Skype. When you access Talkshoe with your computer you can use the Talkshoe Shoe Phone to talk. You can use Freebinar to view slides and video while someone is talking.

Right now, the Talkshoe/Freebinar combination is my choice for webinars. What's yours?

Lamar Morgan
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