Your Favourite Webinar Platform?

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Hi all

I'd been using GoToWebinar for years on the 1000-attendee plan (we were on the grandfathered $99/mo plan) but I now no longer have access to that account, and can't sign back up on anything other than the $499/mo plan for the same number of attendees.

I know, I know, if I'm running 1000-attendee webinars I ought to be generating revenues to warrant the fee, but something's stopping me from signing up at the (IMHO very high) GTW rate.

So - a quick question for you all: Which webinar platform did you opt for and how's it been?

I'm sure plenty of others in the forum here would like to know what's worked for you...

Oh, and if anyone has still got a GTW account on the old plan, and would like to sell it, please PM me.

Rich
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  • Profile picture of the author renukoot
    If you have attendees upto 200 in a meeting I think anymeeting.com is a good option.

    I been using this since a year and has been completely satisfied by theoptions available with them. You can give try. Till 200 Attendees its free.

    Regards
    Abhishek Srivastava
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    • Profile picture of the author BenoitT
      Wow 200 attendees for free. I'll definitivly try it. GoToWebinar is soo expensive.


      Originally Posted by renukoot View Post

      If you have attendees upto 200 in a meeting I think anymeeting.com is a good option.

      I been using this since a year and has been completely satisfied by theoptions available with them. You can give try. Till 200 Attendees its free.

      Regards
      Abhishek Srivastava
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    • Profile picture of the author rjbutterworth
      Originally Posted by renukoot View Post

      If you have attendees upto 200 in a meeting I think anymeeting.com is a good option.

      I been using this since a year and has been completely satisfied by theoptions available with them. You can give try. Till 200 Attendees its free.

      Regards
      Abhishek Srivastava
      Thanks for the tip Abhishek - I'll take a look.

      Rich
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  • Same here thanks for the tip I'll try it out.



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    Gotowebinar has been great for Trumpia
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