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Webinar Jam Review

Webinar Jam is a product by Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins. It allows users to host fully customisable webinars through Google Hangouts.

What does the product offer?

Webinar Jam looks to be a plugin for Google Hangouts that allows users to turn it into a fully fledged webinar experience. Creators Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins say that you can use Webinar Jam to do things like charge for a webinar, send out email and SMS reminders and that all of these features are available for an unlimited number of users. There are more features available, too many to conceivably list so I’d recommend looking at the site for a full breakdown.

How does the product work?

Google Hangouts on its own is a great product but trying to get this to work for businesses is something that a lot of people have struggled with. Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins have created in Webinar Jam a solution to this. By allowing you to market directly to your webinar audience through a variety of mediums you can really create opportunities to boost your sales and conversion.

What is the initial investment?

Webinar Jam has been made available for an annual subscription of $297 but this is for a limited time with Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins claiming that the price will go up to $497. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Because of the nature of Webinar Jam I think it is rather difficult to state how much you can expect to work. This is a tool for selling a product and so isn’t a direct money making product. That having been said with the right product this has potential to be an enticing sales method which should see decent conversion.


I have looked at another product that does something similar to Webinar Jam but whilst I walked away from that feeling very unoptimistic, Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins have created something that seems genuinely exciting here. There is naturally a certain amount of salesmanship in their page but the fact is that if Webinar Jam can deliver even half of what it claims then it becomes a very potent tool for internet marketers.



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From: Simon Roberts