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4 Responses to Part 1 – Getting Started With Webinars

  1. July 31, 2012 at 11:35 pm
    Martin says:

    You talk about getting citrix software. Is this different from the GoToWebinar software which I have already purchased? Cheers, Martin

  2. September 28, 2013 at 11:03 pm
    fergal@m3evolve.com says:

    What is the best program to use when preparing you Webinar Is it power point Thank you Fergal McCarthy M3 Evolve

    • September 30, 2013 at 4:34 pm
      howtowebinar says:

      Best advice for presentation software is “go with what you already know”. The reason we advise this is that you should be concentrating on the content rather than learning yet another technical skill.

      * Powerpoint is fine for preparing presentations.
      * Keynote is fine if you are on mac.
      * Presi is fine if you’re comfortable with it.

      Because you are just sharing your screen, you could also use a photo slideshow to deliver your presentation.

      NOTE on Live Presentations Using GoToWebinar …
      You need to be aware that complicated transitions or effects will often not be received at the full frame rate by viewers who don’t have a fast internet connection.

      With this in mind, we recommend doing a straight cut from one slide to the next, rather than using any of the more sophisticated effects in powerpoint of keynote. (Save those for your video recordings)

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