What is a good webinar platform?
We are working on a training section for mosaicHUB, which will include webinars. I'd appreciate recommendations for good webinar platforms. Thanks in advance.
Here's a guide that may help:
I would always recommend standard platforms like Webex or Go To Meeting...very reliable.
Check out the following, I have listed in order of preference
1.Go to Meeting
We use Cisco's WEBEX, easy to set up new meetings, easy to join meetings, can record etc....
Citrix GoToWebinar is a great platform, and the one I have used most frequently.
I used to use GoToWebinar. Now I use Copper Services. If you want to just host webinars than GoToWebinar is fine. If you want to promote webinars and make them available as downloadable recordings afterwards then Copper Services has an outstanding integrated solution. You can see my provider page at http://improvandy.conveycontent.com.
We use BrightTALK: http://www.brighttalk.com. They allow storage of webcasts in addition to broadcasting...
I've had a lot of success with AnyMeeting. It's free for meetings of 200 or fewer. http://anymeeting.com/
I like AnyMeeting but especially like Join,me from Logmein.
Anymeeting is definitely the way to go. http://www.startupaddict.com/marketing/free-webinar-service/3436
The only platform I've used is GoToMeeting and it's been great: http://www.gotomeeting.com/
I use Instant Teleseminar. It doesn't have any analytics but other than that I like it
Hi Mary-Alice, good question! We are using Talk Fusion. It's a great set of online video tools, (video, opt-in forms, live and recorded broadcasting, live online video-conferencing. Have a look at www.talkfusion.com/1158323. Any questions please let me know (email@example.com).
Thanks for all of the great recommendations. Really appreciate everyone's time.
The best ones are not free. Instant Teleseminar is very popular, and of course, there's WebEx and Go To Meeting. You should always do a dry run of any teleseminar or webinar at least the day before the event to make sure you understand the platform you're using and that you don't have any difficulty using it.
=>Donna Caissie, the Extraordinary Assistant
I did a comparison of free/low cost training tools. You can find it here. http://www.bizwritenow.com/blog/2012/3/30/online-training-tools-comparison.html
I don't see Banckle yet so you might want to check it out.
I tried Google Hangout and was surprised by the quality.
PS I'm not associated with Google. Just a long term user of gmail.
I have been looking into FuzeBox. They have a pretty impressive suite of tools that uses both desktop, tablet, and phones for video conferencing and webinars. They run about $70/month or so.