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Thanks for your interest in registering for our 2018 Conference Webcast. This is sure to be one of the best live stream events we've ever held. Below are some commonly asked questions about the registration process. If you can't find your answers here, contact us at and we'll help you out.

How much does the Webcast cost?

The registration fee is $150, which covers all sessions including the Right Time Breakout sessions and special behind-the-scenes features available to our Webcast audience. That's less than $15 per session. It's a great value!

How do I register for the webcast?

Register for the webcast by filling out the Webcast registration form. You'll receive an email acknowledgement with a link to view the Webcast.

How do I view the webcast after I've registered?

Once you've registered for your Webcast account, you can view the webcast by visiting the conference website and clicking on the Webcast link. Note that you'll need to login with your Webcast account (not your myAglow account) in order to access the Webcast page.

Is my Webcast account login the same as the myAglow account login?

No, your Webcast account and your myAglow account are different.

Can I register for the Webcast by phone?

No, Webcast registration is done through a form on the conference website only.

What happens after I register?

After you’ve filled out the form and paid with your credit card, you’ll receive an acknowledgement email.

Click on the link in the email and you’ll be taken to the conference website login page, where you’ll be asked to enter the user name and password that you entered when you registered.

Once you’ve logged into your account, you’ll be directed to the Webcast page.

What if I don’t receive the activation email?

If you’ve registered for the Webcast and paid the fee, but haven’t received an acknowledgement email, do the following:

  1. Check your Junk Mail or Spam folder. Chances are you’ll find it there.
  2. If you still cannot locate the acknowledgement email, go to the conference website login page, then click on 'Forgot Password' link. You’ll be prompted to type your email or user name (make sure and use the same one you used when registering for the Webcast). You should then receive an email with a link to reset your password.
  3. If none of the above works, call us at 425.775.7282 until we leave for conference on October 29 and we’ll help you out. After the 29th, email us at or use the chat on the Webcast page and we'll do our best to help you.

Will I be able to view the Webcast from any computer?

As long as the computer has an internet connection, you should be able to login to your account and view the Webcast.

Can I view the Webcast with friends or in a group?

Yes! We encourage you to get with friends to view the Webcast. It’s more fun that way and there's no additional charge for group viewing.  Just make sure you are using a large enough screen or projector to accommodate the size of your group. Sound is also an important consideration. Consider purchasing an external speaker if the group is more than a few people. Generally, laptop or desktop speakers are not adequate.

What if I'm in a different Time Zone?

The conference is being held in Spokane, WA, which is in the Pacific Northwest. If you live on the East Coast, add three hours to scheduled start times. If you want to watch them live, you'll need to stay up late (at least for the evening sessions). However, because all sessions are recorded for later viewing, you can watch them at a time that is convenient to you. Go ahead and get a good night's rest and watch it in the morning!

Can I test my connection before the event?

Yes. If you login to your account on the conference website and access the Webcast page, there will be a test video running up until the live event begins. You may use that to test your connection, sound levels, etc.

How can I get help if I experience difficulties during the Webcast?

There will be a Help button on the Webcast page. A customer service technician will be available via chat session to answer your questions.

Are there guidelines for optimal viewing of the Webcast?

Most of your questions can be answered by visiting our Support Center at this address: