I normally don’t like to knock other people’s products but I just used, or I should say I tried to use Dim Dim to do a Webinar and it was Dumb, Dumb. Not only that but it auto-loaded itself at start up and it took me four tries to uninstall it.
The only reason I am putting this out there is I have seen a ton of ads in my email for a free 30 day trial for lately for it. While I am truly not happy with the pricing for the other products out there, as all of them have raised their prices without any improvement in service, Dim Dim is not ready for prime time yet.
Inc. Magazine even supposedly said is was the best Web Conferencing. For whom? Ex-crack heads? Whoops, I had better be careful about saying that, as there are too many politicians that had admitted to using crack. Or maybe that explains it! 🙂
Seriously though, I think they need to spend another month or two in development before they go out again. But then again, perhaps they are following the Microsoft model of, let’s get it out the door and fix it later.
Dim Diim has more bugs in it than a dog at a flea circus. Looks like it has potential, but don’t use it unless you want to be frustrated and to have your attendees have a bad experience. It is not intuitive, and the” show screen option” is not re-sizable and the recording of Webinar is clugey. If they fix it, I will gladly repost. Dim Dim, if you want to contact me to help fix it, please let me know. I will give you the friends and family rate. Seriously, I do think it could be a great product once they get the bugs fixed. But it is not there now.
In the meantime, they should pay you to try their free 30 day trial. Arghh…