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MeetingBurner Exits Beta

Huge congratulations to the MeetingBurner team for exiting beta today.

I’ve been a beta user since last year, when I met the team at BWELA (BlogWorld Expo LA) and have seriously kicked all other competitors to the curb. Anytime I need to host an online conference, webinar, or meeting – it’s all about MeetingBurner.

What’s interesting is that there were a number of the big boys in the tech press that got notified of the general availability, but I can guarantee a handful of them don’t use the product – so no real connection to the product.

We, here at HicksNewMedia use MeetingBurner multiple times per month. The ease of use to setup a meeting, be it recurring or spur of the moment, makes all the difference. Having the integrated conference call number allows us to bring in audio conferencing capabilities for up to 50 participants.

Add to that the ability to share screens and record the overall session and BOOM – bye bye WebEx and GoToMeeting !!!

With today’s general availability MeetingBurner is offering 3 killer service plans:

MeetingBurner plans and pricing

If by chance you already know about MeetingBurner and was a part of their beta program, you should have gotten a special email from them this morning offering you some great pricing and incentives.

Current users may also notice some new features listed in the plans above.

  • Meeting Autopilot – Record a meeting on Sunday, have it play on a Tuesday as if it’s live.
  • Paypal Integration – Charge attendees directly from the registration screen for your premium content.
  • Mobile – Native android functionality and iPhone/iPad apps to view meetings!
  • Crazy big Meeting Rooms – Meeting rooms that hold up to 1,000 attendees – with options to add even more.

Highly recommended service – congratulations team on your release.

James Hicks

James is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of HicksNewMedia, a Digital Publishing and Technology Consulting team providing effective and relevant solutions to individuals and businesses looking to more effective utilize the social interweb. Follow him on Twitter and on Facebook.

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