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I am trying to find either a free web conferencing service or an inexpensive web conferencing service. Part of my marketing plan includes hosting these conferences to market the products I have available. I have found many teleconferencing sites, i need to share a presentation. Any help is welcome

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There was a discussion posted in the group Free Tech Tools by the host, Andy Traub, regarding a free web meeting software that he uses. Here is the link, http://www.48days.net/group/freetechtools/forum/topics/free-webbase... . The only other program I have used is GoToMeeting, which is a good program with reasonable fees. But I would definately suggest checking out the discussion because Andy has even given a short demonstration about how it works.
Thanks Amber I will check it out!

Amber Hendrickson said:
There was a discussion posted in the group Free Tech Tools by the host, Andy Traub, regarding a free web meeting software that he uses. Here is the link, http://www.48days.net/group/freetechtools/forum/topics/free-webbase... . The only other program I have used is GoToMeeting, which is a good program with reasonable fees. But I would definately suggest checking out the discussion because Andy has even given a short demonstration about how it works.
Also check out freeteleconference.com they use dimdim and have the free teleconferencing too all in one happy package. This is what I use when I do my free teleconfernces listed in the EVENTS section "Ideas Into Action" January 8, 2009

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Joseph Flahiff, PMP, CSM
www.Making-A-DREAM.com
I use TeamViewer since in most of the cases I demo applications to my customers in one-on-one web sessions. TeamViewer is my favourite because of supporting MAC-to-PC communication with no problem. It's not cheap, but it's good.

The other application that we use in our office is ZOHO.Meeting. Works very well in your web-browser and is very reasonably priced. Dosen't work with MAC as a host, so for me it's a show stopper.

To some extent both services are free - you need to check the rules and regulations on their websites. Good luck!

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