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Like many applications of ebusiness, webinars have a reputation as cutting edge
and expensive and therefore they are often overlooked by small businesses as
methods to boost reach and reputation and increase engagement.

There are a number of relatively low cost solutions available, many of which
requiring very little technical expertise. We have compiled a list of 5 solutions
with strong reputations.




Verizon Small Business Web Conferencing is part of the Verizon Business focus.
You can join the collaboration centre and get online meetings and more starting
at $24/month, but you need to call a small business representative to get pricing
on the web conferencing platform.

www.smallbusiness.verizon.com/products/




Microsoft Office Live Meeting starts at $4.50 per user, per month with a 5 person
minimum. Its standard version allows up to 250 webinar participants. There is no
setup fee and with a Windows Live registration you can try it out for free.

http://www.microsoft.com/online/office-live-meeting.aspx




Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro has a reputation of being one of the most elegant
conferencing solutions and wins awards regularly. It works as a webinar tool, but
adds e-learning components if you need to track how people interact with your
material and if they complete certain courses. They offer a 30-day free trial.
Monthly fees start at $45, but they also offer a pay-per-use pricing plan which is
nice.

http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect.html
Cisco WebEx offers unlimited meetings a month for up to 25 people is
$49/month. They are one of the best known web conferencing solutions and
offer mobile access (even from an iPhone or iPad), attendee polls, and all the
other cool features you hope for in a webinar. I’ve used this service a great deal
for one-on-one meetings with sales prospects. Offers a 14-day free trial.

http://www.webex.com/




GoToWebinar is probably the most widely used of all webinar services and has an
excellent reputation. Their pricing model changed recently (increased) and that’s
probably the only deterrent for small business. For up to 100 attendees, it is now
$100/month. For up to 15 people, you can use the GoToMeeting service at
$49/month. Free trial for 30 days.

http://www.gotomeeting.com/fec/webinar




   Source: www.smallbiztrends.com/2010/04/26-webinar-tools-for-small-business-owners.html

				
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