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Hi all,
I'm going to create a webinar to present online. Can anyone recommend the most user friendly service...I see MegaMeeting and Adobe Connect 8 getting some decent reviews.

I use mailchimp and shopify, just to give an idea of what I like. I'm a shiney newbie at this, so any help I'm grateful for.

Ciao.
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hello chas i have the same question as above and thought to just reply here instead of start a new post

1. Tell us about the specs of your machine and any extra equipment you plan to use for this webinar.
i have a macbook with 10.5.8
i will be using speakers and microphone headset with USB

2. Tell us about your bandwidth (speed, type of connection)
it is good- not sure of the details but it works well

3. How many people do you anticipate watching?
30-50

4. Will this be live, or pre-taped and editing and just "webcast" at a specific time?
live

5. Do the viewers need to be able to participate in some way?
yes- i want them to ask questions at the end


i would love your suggestion! i signed up for a service that did not work properly on mac- so i am trying to find something that is great that is mac friendly. i also want to record the video and audio and have it available for participants to download after the class.

THANK YOU!

~dh
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divineharmony, I have pretty much the identical problem. Did you ever get an answer to your query? And did the webinar go well? I'd love to know what service you used. Thanks!
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hello veeble i went with webex.com and had a great experience with them! hope that helps

~dh
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