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Paid Webinars via Adobe Connect

Community Expert ,
Dec 13, 2016 Dec 13, 2016

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For a client I am researching the best way to host paid webinars.  Being that I am strongly connected to Adobe, I thought researching how to set up paid Connect sessions would be the first idea to look into.

Has anyone had any success setting up paid webinars or talks via Adobe connect?  If so how have you managed to make a room or rooms that people can enter only if they have paid?

My client is German.... so I am wondering how easy it is to use Adobe Connect in German.  Also since some of her clients may not be so technical... would it be easy for them to access Connect and watch.

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Turns out this is actually good research for me as I thought about creating FREE workshops using Adobe Connect.  So this will be good for me to learn.

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LEGEND ,
Dec 13, 2016 Dec 13, 2016

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It would either take you doing some custom development to create a front end that only provided access to your meetings once payment was received or you can purchase something that is already built.

Envisiontel has an e-commerce front end you can look at, http://www.envisiontel.com/nroller/

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Engaged ,
Dec 13, 2016 Dec 13, 2016

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The Envisiontel and Intevista options on the app store are options, or you could use events to control registration and access and bill them outside of the system.  You can also use the API to integrate to your own shopping cart, or your client's

Adobe Connect | Apps, online meeting applications and extensions

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Dec 14, 2016 Dec 14, 2016

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Thanks.  I think this will be beneficial information for the client to know.  Plus like I said it is a good thing for me to learn as well.

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Dec 30, 2016 Dec 30, 2016

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I lead weekly webinars for a course that I facilitate. The cross-section of participants ranges from the computer savvy to believing that the help desk is the three-year-old in the next room. Whichever the case may be, some training and education need to happen up front. I found that the KISS(Keep It Simple Stupid) method was easiest and safest approach.

Hope this helps.   

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