- You get then whole thing automatically recorded on You Tube so you have content to use at a later date
- It's free (most decent webinar services I have seen are around $100+ per month)
- You have video (some webinar software only lets you upload a static presentation)
- You can do screen-sharing (some webinar software only let you show static screen stuff)
- There might be some SEO benefits as it's Google's own technology you are using.
- You can add telephone participants (although only one at a time I think - fairly limited)
- It is probably pretty robust in terms of network reliability
Has anyone manage to do this and work out a way to:
1) Take questions privately (the "raising hand") via You Tube - either by text or audio.
2) Enable people watching the You Tube video to interact?
3) Also, there appear to be Apps for Hangout - has anyone found good ones for using in Webinars?
Could Hangouts ever replace GoToWebinar and the like?