IT/WEB Help Needed - experience with Webinars?

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TheParent&BabyCoach
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IT/WEB Help Needed - experience with Webinars?

Postby TheParent&BabyCoach » Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:50 am

I am looking for someone to help set up Webinar software on my website and wondered if anyone has this expertise?

Looking for someone to help a small company set up software or web software to enable the running of webinar classes?

Any recommendations appreciated!

Heidi
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Re: IT/WEB Help Needed - experience with Webinars?

Postby mumofone07 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 1:20 pm

Hi Heidi,

I will speak to my husband this afternoon and see if he can help. He is IT technician.

Thanks,
K
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Re: IT/WEB Help Needed - experience with Webinars?

Postby NvnAnon » Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:09 am

Hi there! I have a marketing consulting business and help B2B companies do this a lot.

There are a few webinar platforms out there.

Are you expecting hundreds of people to join? Do you want to record the webinar and post to your website for future use?

The main ones are:
Gotowebinar (these guys have been around forever)
Zoom (these guys came out of nowhere and are doing really well)
On24 (pretty nice solution, might be more than what you need but also a very good platform)

You can either integrate a web registration form to your website or simply post a link from your site to their registration page.

A lot of this depends upon your needs and budget. What you might need/afford is something more basic like a web conferencing solution, think Skype for Business.

Let me know if I can help you pick a solution. I don't do the website integration stuff but that's pretty easy for a web developer if you've already selected the software. All of those solutions will have well documented developer instructions for adding the registration form to your website.

Tricia Miller
treilly@bluebirdmarcom.com
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Re: IT/WEB Help Needed - experience with Webinars?

Postby nvmof3 » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:14 am

We use a platform called ClickMeeting at work which is very reasonably priced, works perfectly and, importantly for us, can be set up so that participants don't see each other's identities. It is slightly fiddly to use so it is worth using the trial period to have a play with it and get used to all the different functionalities.
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