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AnyMeeting integrates PayPal service

Huntington Beach-based AnyMeeting’s new ticketing system will monetize webinars for users.

By Danielle GautPublished: August 18, 2011 10:44 AM

Huntington Beach-based AnyMeeting, the free online web-based seminar (webinar) and conferencing site, recently revealed that it is now incorporating PayPal into its services. The new integration will allow users to sell tickets and collect revenue from their webinars.

AnyMeeting users who have a confirmed PayPal Merchant account can utilize this service as a way to sell their live events in addition to their recorded products. The company boasts that this cutting-edge, new ticketing forum is an ideal way for customers to earn money off their online seminars.

PayPal, an online payment service, will be included directly into AnyMeeting’s webinar invitation system. The users can determine ticket prices and discount code options. When people register for various seminars they will pay using their PayPal account or credit card. All sales go directly to the specific user who planned the webinar.

“We are always listening to our users, and being able to sell access to their webinars has always been a top requested feature,” said Costin Tuculescu, president and CEO of AnyMeeting. “We’re very happy to now offer our users a safe and secure way to make money from the content they produce and help them increase their bottom line.”

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