Webinar Presentations

Webinar Tool Recommendations Please

Kristi Shadid

August 17th, 2016

Can people please recommend an inexpensive tool to run live webinars?

We need:

*  Ability to have a posted schedule on our website that people can use to sign-up
*  Recurring webinars
*  Record sessions 
*  Tool should handle all reminders to attendees

We are using this to train partners.

Looked at Webinar Jam but it's reliance on Google Hangouts and YouTube makes it complicated for our non-technical trainers to use very well.

Thanks!

Connie Bensen Community, Social Media and Marketing Leader

August 17th, 2016

Many startups use GoToWebinar or Webex.

Lester Souza Counsel, Barrister & Solicitor at DE SOUZAS

August 17th, 2016

You can look at Zoom.  I personally bought Webinar JEO which runs on the AWS servers.  If you would like a free preview of the JEO offering, email me at info@desouzas.ca

Steve Robinson Founder of Brilliant Metrics, Iterative Marketing Evangelist | Helping Clients Measure, Optimize and Automate Marketing

August 18th, 2016

We looked at them all and to be honest, they all suck, just in different ways. We are currently with ReadyTalk, which in my opinion, offers one of the best user experiences for the attendee, but is a pain to administer as the webinar owner. 

My suggestion is to try several and see which is the best fit for your organization. You'll also want to look at the rest of your marketing stack. Do you need the webinar platform to integrate with anything? If you run marketing automation, finding a tight integration can save hours of work and enable a better experience for the end user.