Webinar Software

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ClickMeeting

ClickMeeting is a webinar solution formerly owned by GetResponse, an email marketing software company. ClickMeeting's online meeting and collaboration tools are designed to support the sales, marketing, e-learning, and training needs of business of all sizes.

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ON24

ON24 is an intelligent engagement platform, that enables customers to continuously engage audiences with AI-powered, hyper-personalized webinar, virtual event and content experiences.

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GoTo Webinar

GoToWebinar is GoTo’s webinar and online conferencing solution, and offers features like audience polling and Q&A, flexible scheduling experiences, and webinar templates. It offers CRM integrations and reporting & analytics tools to help engage clients’ audiences.

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BlueJeans Events (discontinued)

BlueJeans Events was a cloud-based platform that enables presenters to interact over video and stream their event to thousands of viewers, supporting all-hands meetings, webinars and large-scale events. The product was acquired by Verizon in 2020, and discontinued in 2023.

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ON24

ON24 is an intelligent engagement platform, that enables customers to continuously engage audiences with AI-powered, hyper-personalized webinar, virtual event and content experiences.

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GoTo Webinar

GoToWebinar is GoTo’s webinar and online conferencing solution, and offers features like audience polling and Q&A, flexible scheduling experiences, and webinar templates. It offers CRM integrations and reporting & analytics tools to help engage clients’ audiences.

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Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing platform that enables users to create presentations, online training materials, and learning modules. The product is entirely Adobe Flash-based and has several add-ons for customizing its software to suit each users’ unique needs.

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BlueJeans Events (discontinued)

BlueJeans Events was a cloud-based platform that enables presenters to interact over video and stream their event to thousands of viewers, supporting all-hands meetings, webinars and large-scale events. The product was acquired by Verizon in 2020, and discontinued in 2023.

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Zoom Events & Webinars

Zoom Events and Webinars are part of Zoom’s event solutions that uses existing Zoom products to produce interactive and engaging virtual experiences. It combines Zoom Meetings, Chat, and Video Webinars in one solution that enables event organizers to produce ticketed, live events…

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ClickMeeting

ClickMeeting is a webinar solution formerly owned by GetResponse, an email marketing software company. ClickMeeting's online meeting and collaboration tools are designed to support the sales, marketing, e-learning, and training needs of business of all sizes.

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Webex Webinars

Webex Webinars is a scalable webinar platform that helps users to create engaging and impactful experiences for everyone, from small sessions to massive global audiences.

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RingCentral Events

RingCentral Events (formerly Hopin) is an online events platform that provides tools for virtual events, or hybrid events, like ticketing and registration, limitless event rooms, an expo hall, chat, and networking, as well as event branding and attendee engagement tools. Integrations…

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Blackboard Collaborate

Blackboard Collaborate is an online, collaborative learning platform well-suited for the education industry and corporate learning needs. It includes features such as screen and application sharing, web conferencing, and integration with Blackboard Learn.

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Zoho Meeting

Zoho Meeting is a web-based online meeting solution.

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Intermedia AnyMeeting Pro

Intermedia AnyMeeting provides web-based video conferencing software designed for small businesses. With AnyMeeting, users have access to a variety of tools to help them host webinars, video conferences, and online meetings complete with screen sharing capabilities.

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WebinarJam

WebinarJam is designed to allow users to host online events with HD streaming, interactive features like polls and chat, integrations, analytics, and payment processing that are intended to help maximize online growth.

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BrightTALK

BrightTALK Central is a B2B marketing platform to create content, engage an audience, and reach new prospects to deliver revenue growth. BrightTALK is a subsidiary of TechTarget.

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EverWebinar

Genesis Digital in La Jolla offers EverWebinar, the company's webinar marketing platform.

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BigMarker

BigMarker is a cloud-based webinar platform that provides webinar hosting for up to 1,000 attendees, with no downloads required, featuring HD audio and video conferencing, screen sharing, and recording. It is also can integrate a Twitter chat into a webinar. BigMarker provides hosts…

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Arlo

Arlo is a cloud based training and event management software designed to promote, sell and deliver courses and events. Arlo automates manual processes by providing simple scheduling, automatic communication, custom reporting, payments & invoicing. Client records are kept updated…

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LiveWebinar

LiveWebinar is a cloud-based tool that helps users manage online webinars, meetings, training, live streaming, chats, screen sharing, social media broadcasting and high definition (HD) recording via web browsers. It is a customizable solution that allows users to change logos, room…

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GlobalMeet Webcast

GlobalMeet Webcast enables users to conduct online broadcasts and features HD video streaming and interactive audience engagement tools. It also offers customized event branding, webcast recording and editing capabilities, and event reporting.

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Airmeet

Airmeet, from the company of the same name, is an all-in-one platform for community managers to host interactive virtual events, conferences & workshops aimed at providing a real networking experience. Airmeet has a free plan to support relatively small scale workshops and seminars,…

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Livestorm

French company Livestorm offers their webinar platform which integrates with many other enterprise applications via Zapier and features polling, session recording and sharing, and webinar data collection and tracking.

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Hubilo

Hubilo is an end-to-end webinar platform for marketers and enterprises, used to host interactive webinars to scale their marketing efforts and generate revenue. Hubilo Use CasesFrom thought leadership to product demos to ABM to customer advocacy - Hubilo Webinar+ is a blank canvas…

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WorkCast Present+

Present+ is a fully featured webinar tool that is designed to allow users to quickly create webinars. It includes registration, email communications, live and on demand events, and advanced branding capability. All on-demand recordings of live webinars can be recorded automatically…

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Proficonf (discontinued)

Proficonf was a professional video conferencing platform that allowed hosting meetings with up to 250 participants without any downloads or installations, but worked on web browsers such as Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, plus Android &iOS mobile devices.…

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Webinato

Webinato is a webinar tool from omNovia Technologies, a provider of web conferencing software.

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Communique Conferencing

Communique Conferencing's virtual & hybrid event platform functions as a traditional off-line trade show in order to translate exhibit halls, booths, presentations and networking into a customizable, and engaging, 3D virtual environment. Attendee Engagement — Include ways to…

Videos for Webinar Software

Reviewing the Best Webinar Software Platforms (GoTo, Zoom, Zoho Meeting, Webex by Cisco)
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In this video, TrustRadius is looking at some of the best webinar software platforms available. From GoToWebinar to Zoom to Zoho Meeting to Webex by Cisco, these platforms offer a variety of features and capabilities that can help you create and host quality webinars.

Webinar Software TrustMap

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What is Webinar Software?

Webinar Software gives users a platform to create, edit, share, store, upload, host, and export video meetings for large audiences. Webinar Software allows users to schedule a shared webinar space, track attendee registration, stream content to attendees across platforms, record and edit video playback, and allow users to access prior webinar events. Webinar Software typically features breakaway rooms so presenters, moderators, and attendees can conveniently communicate while the video content is playing.

Webinar Software is an efficient virtual event tool that allows presenters and audience to meaningfully engage with each other. This increases retention and positively affects brand impact. Additionally, Webinar Software can integrate with a wide variety of external programs, stream to multiple platforms, and handle automated event registration and reminders. This increases the reach and visibility of your organization, allowing you to access new audiences and generate new leads.

Webinar Software and Web and Video Conferencing Software appear very similar, and many Webinar Software products can also act as a conferencing software as well. The primary difference is that Webinar Software is geared for hosting, marketing, and archiving large virtual events. Compared to conferencing software, Webinar Software has robust content editing tools, registration management features, and support for more attendees and speakers.

Webinar Software Features

The most common Webinar Software features are:

  • Live, on-demand, and automated video playback
  • Video series support
  • Video and audio content creation and editing
  • Meeting hosting and scheduling
  • Noise reduction
  • HD video support
  • Calendar management
  • Video and session performance analysis and reporting
  • Customizable invitations
  • Registration tracking
  • Mailing list integration
  • Landing page templates
  • Screen share support
  • Reminder and alert management
  • Web, cloud, and on-premises deployment
  • Multiple webinar room support
  • Virtual event management
  • 1:1 host/attendee rooms
  • Marker and keynote management
  • Knowledge bases
  • Media library management
  • Auto Captioning and transcript generation
  • Multilanguage support

Webinar Software Comparison

When choosing the best Webinar Software for you, consider the following:

Multiplatform streaming support. If you find that you need Webinar Software to stream to different channels simultaneously - e.g. on Facebook, YouTube, and more all at once - you’ll want a product that can handle this with minimal issues. Even if you choose to not use public streaming services, you’ll most likely still need Webinar Software that supports multiple operating systems, browsers, and devices. Livestorm has a wide degree of comprehensive integrated streaming solutions, making it suitable for large businesses or enterprises hosting events across a large range of platforms.

Event size. If you only intend to have one presenter in each webinar session, virtually any Webinar Software will work for you. However, as events become larger and audience size grows, you’ll want to make sure that your Webinar Software can keep up. When working with multiple presenters, you’ll want a product that not only provides communication and time management support for the presenters, but also comfortably displays them for attendees on one screen. For a large number of attendees, you’ll want a tool that lets them effectively communicate, share information, and collaborate while the event is happening. BlueJeans Events is designed for large virtual events and can provide support for up to 150 presenters and 50,000 attendees, making it a great choice for large events.

Audience engagement tools. To keep your audience engaged with your content - especially if you are presenting to a new audience that is unfamiliar with your organization - you’ll want a Webinar Software support that can facilitate interaction between speakers and audience. LiveWebinar offers features like virtual backgrounds, independent notetaking, shared whiteboard spaces, and polling features that personalize the presentation experience for the audience.

Content creation tools. The tools that Webinar Software gives users to create engaging and personalized content will be an important consideration. This is especially true if you are managing multiple events using pre-recorded videos. Riverside.fm offers a range of branding options, records video and audio content into separate channels that can be accessed and edited independently, and allows users to immediately share marketing materials effectively across multiple platforms.

Pricing Information

Several Webinar Software vendors offer free plans for a restricted number of users, usually capping between 5 to 10 registrants. From there, monthly pricing plans are available, with differing tiers supporting greater numbers of attendees, meeting rooms, or presenters. At the lowest subscription tiers, monthly plans range between $29 and $99 per month. Modular services, such as increased cloud storage and extended event lengths, are available for purchase as well. Vendors can be contacted for personalized pricing plans. Many paid plans offer free trials and demos.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Webinar Software do?

Webinar Software hosts, records, and shares video content for large-scale virtual events. Webinar Software offers easy-to-access attendance rooms, speaker presentation tools, user communication channels, and content creation features.

What are the benefits of using Webinar Software?

Webinar Software can support a large number of attendees and integrate with many third-party software, making it a great tool for training or industry events. Webinar Software also allows users to engage with video content on-demand, repurpose previous videos, and distribute content to users in real-time.

What are the best Webinar Software products?

How much does Webinar Software cost?

Webinar Software subscription pricing ranges between $29 and $99 per month at the lowest subscription tiers. Several vendors offer free plans and modular features. Vendors can be contacted for customized pricing models.