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Score 8.1 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

ClickMeeting

Launching and executing a webinar is easy and takes literally five seconds. The entire user experience is virtually seamless, with a platform that's loaded with detailed statistics. You even have access to live online support that will assist you instantly (from your webinar room).
Shane Skwarek | TrustRadius Reviewer

GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar is honestly the only webinar software I'd choose to use right now. It's got a bit of a learning curve to make everything flow seamlessly, but you can get up and running quickly, get your viewers registered and logged in through your custom registration; and host one time events, multi-day conferences with many different presenters (as we do for our onboarding), or recurring web series.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Performance & Compatibility of Online Events Software

ClickMeeting
5.9
GoToWebinar
7.7
High quality audio
ClickMeeting
5.8
GoToWebinar
8.1
High quality video
ClickMeeting
6.0
GoToWebinar
Low bandwidth requirements
ClickMeeting
5.3
GoToWebinar
Mobile support
ClickMeeting
6.5
GoToWebinar
7.5

Screen Sharing

ClickMeeting
5.0
GoToWebinar
Desktop sharing
ClickMeeting
5.2
GoToWebinar
Whiteboards
ClickMeeting
4.8
GoToWebinar

Online Meetings / Events

ClickMeeting
5.7
GoToWebinar
8.1
Calendar integration
ClickMeeting
6.3
GoToWebinar
8.2
Meeting initiation
ClickMeeting
6.0
GoToWebinar
Integrates with social media
ClickMeeting
5.1
GoToWebinar
Record meetings / events
ClickMeeting
5.8
GoToWebinar
8.8
Slideshows
ClickMeeting
5.2
GoToWebinar
8.5
Event registration
ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
8.4

Online Events Collaboration

ClickMeeting
5.5
GoToWebinar
8.5
Live chat
ClickMeeting
5.3
GoToWebinar
Audience polling
ClickMeeting
4.8
GoToWebinar
8.4
Q&A
ClickMeeting
6.4
GoToWebinar
8.2

Online Events Security

ClickMeeting
5.8
GoToWebinar
8.2
User authentication
ClickMeeting
5.9
GoToWebinar
Participant roles & permissions
ClickMeeting
5.6
GoToWebinar
7.8
Confidential attendee list
ClickMeeting
5.8
GoToWebinar
8.7

Reporting & Analytics

ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
7.4
Dashboards
ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
7.3
Data exportability
ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
7.4

Online Events Marketing

ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
7.0
Branding options
ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
6.8
Integration to Marketing Automation
ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
7.2

Pros

ClickMeeting

  • Professional Live Interface - One of the reasons we chose ClickMeeting was how professional it looked from the viewer's experience. Our client is very small, but the interface makes them look like a top-notch firm to viewers.
  • Customization - Our client didn't have to forego their brand for a service, they were able to make it work for them. Also ties in with my point above.
  • Easy Event Creation - Takes no time at all to plan/schedule an event or meeting.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

GoToWebinar

  • The quality and clarity of the recordings in GoToWebinar are good. Clients tend to like the sound and visual when they receive the link to watch.
  • GoToWebinar is also really quick with saving and providing a link to watch the webinar almost immediately once the recording is finished. This is great because we are able to quickly push the content out to the rest of the company and our clients.
  • Another thing we enjoy about GoToWebinar is the overall layout of the toolbar during a recording. It is easy to maneuver and even a first time person recording content is able to quickly learn the functions without having to completely walk through it with someone more experienced.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

ClickMeeting

  • As with most new software, ClickMeeting did create a learning curve for many of the employees - thus training was necessary.
  • Our company is contracted by the Federal Government, thus a lot of our information needs to be kept private. Some of our high-level management have noticed that ClickMeeting only provides 128-bit AES encryption, which we feel can be improved upon.
  • Some of our remote users have found that ClickMeeting has some lag-time when using it on their android devices.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

GoToWebinar

  • The chat feature is kind of a mess. It's not really convenient to prioritize or sort messages from attendees if there is an influx of messages, as the chat is one block that is color coded based on who the messages are intended for. Adding to that, it becomes incredibly inconvenient if there is more than a couple handfuls of attendees present, as the chat ends up being a steady stream of messages, and so parsing out the important questions or comments requires scrolling back up through the chat in order to parse them out.
Casey Wright | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

ClickMeeting

No score
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GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar 6.4
Based on 2 answers
Our largest issue with GoTo have been the limitations on recording and using recordings to host a webinar, and the biggest of those is the ability to record. We have had most of our webinars recorded successfully, but when it failed to save, it failed in a big way. Their customer service team was there to help, but they were unable to truly fix the problem.There are, of course, other providers, but as we are still seeing where hosted webinars fit in our marketing strategy, cost is an important factor. Since our company already uses GoToMeeting, it makes more sense for us to stay with the entire suite of products, especially while we are testing the strategy as a whole.
Samantha Safin | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

ClickMeeting

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GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar 8.5
Based on 104 answers
I think that there's room for improvement when the host is just starting the webinar. It's a little confusing what the difference is between starting the Webinar and when the attendees can begin to see and hear. GoToWebinar always prompts me as host to start the webinar 30 minutes before the webinar is scheduled to begin. But I'm always unclear as to what starting then would do, and so I hold off on starting the webinar until the actual scheduled time. But I think that I'm probably not doing this correctly.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

ClickMeeting

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar 9.2
Based on 4 answers
I was always able to get someone on the phone when I needed to. They were very thorough and ensuring my questions were answered. And if I was asking for a solution or request that they didn't offer, they told me so I could at least stop trying to search for it.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

ClickMeeting

Vimeo is the closest competitor to our organization. Vimeo hosts our online video library and luckily, it communicates with ClickMeeting well. If the demand for live webinars no longer existed, Vimeo would be next in line. However, at this time ClickMeeting remains our #1 due to integration, ease of access and design.
Marissa Roth | TrustRadius Reviewer

GoToWebinar

Both products seem to have similar features and ease of use. I believe it's more a matter of personal preference and what the user is accustomed to. GoToWebinar seems to be the most popular platform, and it's adequate for my needs, so I'll stick with it for now. But if a similar product comes along at a more attractive price point, I'll have to consider it.
Ken Dwight | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

ClickMeeting

  • It was an affordable software for what it delivered. We would have kept using it if the webinars had worked to drive business, or if we'd been able to drive more people to the webinars. Not ClickMeeting's fault. Great return on the investment in my mind.
Tyler Juhola | TrustRadius Reviewer

GoToWebinar

  • If you're selling high ticket items on a webinar, GoToWebinar is a great platform to use.
  • As you increase the number of attendees, so does your monthly price. Essentially you're paying $1 per person on the lowest plan per month.
  • I think that the pricing plans are outdated since the number of attendees does not cost more to the software provider.
Andy Ryan | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

ClickMeeting

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

ClickMeeting Editions & Modules

Edition
Enterprise$1651
Live 25$252
Live 50$353
Live 100$604
Live 200$1195
Live 500$1396
Live 1000$2397
Automated 1000$2797
Automated 500$1798
Automated 200$1459
Automated 100$7510
Automated 50$4511
Automated 25$4012
  1. 500 - 5000
  2. up to 25 attendees
  3. up to 50 attendees
  4. up to 100 attendees
  5. up to 200 attendees
  6. up to 500 attendees
  7. up to 1000 attendees
  8. up to 500 attendees
  9. up to 200 attendees
  10. up to 100 attendees
  11. up to 50 attendees
  12. up to 25 attendees
Additional Pricing Details
Detailed enterprise pricing on demand.

GoToWebinar

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

GoToWebinar Editions & Modules

Edition
Lite$49/month1
Standard$99/month2
Pro$199/month3
Enterprise$399/month4
  1. 100 Participants
  2. 250 Participants
  3. 500 Participants
  4. 3,000 Participants
Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

ClickMeeting
5.7
GoToWebinar
8.0

Likelihood to Renew

ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
6.4

Usability

ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
8.5

Support Rating

ClickMeeting
GoToWebinar
9.2

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