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    Chris Gilmour
    Adventurer
    @ChrisG

    Hey Fellow Mountain Climbers,

    Wondering who has experience (good or bad) with Webinar Ninja and if anyone has a webinar platform that is reasonably priced that they absolutely love?

    I have a membership to webinar ninja but have noticed the steaming can be a little choppy sometimes and the audio  sometimes goes wonky. Have others had this issue?

    Any thoughts would be much appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    I wonder if that’s your wifi and not the platform Chris?

    Sometimes hooking your computer up to the ethernet (modum) helps.

    We liked Webinar Ninja for how easy it is to use. Good for simple webinar presentations.

    We’ve switched to Crowdcsat for our coaching webinars and LOVE it. With a smaller audience, it’s fairly affordable.

    For our public Art of eCourse Creation webinars we’re using webinar, only because it allows us to play videos during presentations.

    I’ve heard good things about Zoom, but it’s super expensive.

    Was thinking of you this AM. How are things going with your course?

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    Sharyn Warren
    Adventurer
    @SharynWa

    Hey Chris. I used Webinar Ninja for my very first ever. I found audio had terrible feedback in test mode, but I think it was OK for actual webinar. I never did figure out how to toggle between talking head and slides, so just went with the slide presentation but felt really disconnected from my little audience. But that is more than likely my limitation rather than the technology. Not sure when I will try another. Please do post if–when–you find a good option for you.

     

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