What is the best webinar platform?
A lot has changed in the past 3 years; including Google's addition to Hangouts on Air, and wrappers like WebinarJam and Webinar OnAir. I'd like to get the community's input on the best webinar platform for 2015.
GoToWebinar, ON24, WebEX, Adobe Connect, Hangouts on Air, Webinars OnAir, WebinarJam, Join.Me, MeetingBurner, Fuze, ClickWebinar, AnyMeeting, Nasdaq OMX, or something else?
For clarity, I consider webinars, interactive (support for polls, chat, quizzes, etc.) sessions with registration/attendance targets above 200 simultaneous users.
If you are looking to organised or host the webinar for upto 100 audience than try DAISCON platform it's new and free with great functionality but if you are looking for something big than there are some good tools like webex but come with cost. ON24 is the most user friendly and versatile system. It caters to all your needs with a very reasonable and affordable pricing structure compared to Cisco's WebEx and Adobe's Connect Hope this helps.
Business Hangouts definitely. It's fully integrated with gsuite so you can collaborate with documents, like surveys or pools. It has a unified chat with lots of features you keep you organized when presenting.
You can have up to 1,000 attendees I believe and it's very easy for attendees to enter the event - they simply click the event link you send them. It's worth trying it out for the free trial.
You may try R-HUB web conferencing servers for conducting webinars.
For myself, I definitely chose http://etutorium.pl (there is also english version) after the free trial period. Further price fully justified itself.
Depending on the creative control you want to have if you don't find anything you like you could try VLC (Which is free and open source) streaming to a page you set up to handle comments and questions. File that away as a backup plan because it can be one of the best ways to do it if the pages are moderated independently etc.
Go to meeting. Or got webinar are the two I would recommend.
I like Google Hangouts and for Free there are tons of great features. Only thing is the learning curve to really take advantage of all those great feature and ensure you are recording etc can be challenging for many.
My other fav is Meeting Burner. For some reason it just seems a lot "calmer" if that makes any sense. Easy to use and the Free version is great for a quick group meeting of 10 or less. The prices for the paid version I think is reasonable.