What Webinar Service do you use?

by dazkat
9 replies
I'm curious to know what Webinar Service you use?

I'm looking at expanding into this area of doing some webinars and I wanted to see what most people are using & what they recommend.

I have had a look at Go To Webinars but i'm thinking they are quite pricey.

Looking forward to your thoughts. :rolleyes:
#service #webinar
  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyMazuma
    I have the same question. Anyone have any good suggestions?
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    • Profile picture of the author mariomvr

      Gotowebinar is a great one. I've used them a few times and I am happy with them.

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  • Profile picture of the author HBurner
    I would recommend Go to Webinar because they are worth the price they are asking for. Any cheap one will not provide what they are offering.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnnaSEO
    I use gotomeeting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Ogbin
    Web seminars are interactive presentations that allow you to promote your product or service. Using a webinar service helps cut down on travel costs while helping you reach a large number of people.

    This link compare the best 10 Webinar Services.

    Webinar Services Review 2012 | Webinars, Live Video Seminars - TopTenREVIEWS
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    • Profile picture of the author Lucy Writes
      I've never hosted a webinar myself, but I've attended plenty, and the one service that is used most often is Go to Webinars. It works really well from the attendee's end, at least, and I've always had a good webinar experience with them. I'm not sure how much they cost, but I'd recommend them if you want to give your attendees a smooth, hassle-free webinar that is easy to use and works on most computers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj
    There is an automated free webinar software available in Warroom. But I don't know how long it will be offered on the thread. It can be used for pre recorded webinars. May be you can test it out before going for live webinars.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingChad
    If you're running a webinar with under 200 people, use AnyMeeting: Free Web Conferencing Software, Free Online Meetings, Free Webinar Service Providers

    Same as Go2Webinar but it's FREE!

    It's "ad-supported" so when your visitors register there's a small ad on the page but nothing that's distracting or tacky. Seriously consider this before paying ridiculous amounts of money for Go2Webinar.
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  • Profile picture of the author dazkat
    Thanks Marketing Chad
    Checked out Any Meeting today, took it for a test run and its great. Easy to use and perfect for what I'm looking for. It was reliable and was good quality.
    Like you said the ads are nothing to worry about.
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