Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Thursday, March 13, 2003

Four steps to identify your personal Web conferencing/ experience sharing tool without spending much time and money

In the last days we have extensively informed you about Robin Good's four SOHO Web Conferencing Guides and the complementary free Web Conferencing Access Kit.

Here is now a short advice on how to combine these different resources most efficiently in order to quickly identify the Web conferencing/ experience sharing tool that satisfies your own personal needs best.



Four steps to identify your personal Web conferencing/ experience sharing tool:

1.) Download Robin Good’s free Web Conferencing Access Kit to 16 Free Try-Outs.
The core of this Access Kit is built of screenshots that link to selected pages where you can access free trial versions of Web conferencing tools. The Access Kit also provides information about trial duration, functionality and the cost of the final system.

2.) Look at the trial functionalities and at the cost of the final system to get a first idea of which tool might most efficiently satisfy your personal online communication needs.

3.) Immediately access the free trial versions of the tools that appear most promising to you and play with them. Find out which tools you would like to analyse in more detail.

4.) Read Robin Good’s reviews of the tools that you have short-listed and identify the right tool for you. You can buy packages of one, two, three or 18 reviews. These reviews provide you with valuable insider information, the fruit of 6 months of extensive research and testing. (Read more about the SOHO Web Confeencing Guide...)

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posted by on Thursday, March 13 2003, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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