Zoom has already been mentioned, so I will give my other favorite which is
Genndi. Really great tool and not too expensive! All the features met the needs
that are need by my international and domestic team.
Additionally, We us this for our weekly meetings
Co-Founder at Scoot Insights - Agile, Efficient, Effective.
I've used Gotowebinar, Blue Jeans and Zoom. My favorite is zoom - user-friendly, better layout. I also like Gotowebinar - I've had no problems with either of these. Blue Jeans can get a little fussy to use!
Zoom seems to have become the standard in Silicon Valley enterprise companies
recently. I do like Zoom and recommend it. The prior standard, GotoMeeting,
unfortunately has suffered from a serious lack of investment and is no longer a
professional-grade product, in my view. I get better performanc...more
I've really enjoyed using Livestorm [https://livestorm.co/] for webinars. They
have an integration with Hubspot and have been steadily improving the platform.
Also think it's great that attendees don't have to download anything.
Zoom has been great / better for non-webinar use cases - video ca...more
+1. I love Livestorm! They are a super attentive team and they enabled us to
change the format of our webinars from dry, we're-talking-at-you sessions to
fun, interactive sessions. I also realy like their sign-up landing pages. We
ended up having much higher conversion rates than with Go-To-Webin...more
I've used Cisco/WebEx, BrightCove and On24 over the years. They are all decent
and are all good enough for most organizations' needs. On24 was the slickest
with the most bells and whistles. It integrates with Marketo - not sure about
Hubspot, but I would assume it does as well.
It depends on what you'd like to accomplish - Zoom is great for video because
you can shift between a very personal feeling like showing all participants on
video, to more formal broadcasting with focusing on you as a single speaker or
spotlighting an entire panel. I don't think Zoom's chat funct...more