Capterra Sales & Marketing Tech Blog

Got leads? Find CRM, marketing automation, and more sales & marketing tech

13 WebEx Alternatives for Hosting an Extraordinary Webinar

Share This Article

Update 08/09/2017: This list has been updated to reflect new pricing and features in the existing WebEx alternatives, and we also added new options based on feedback we received since the last update. All the options are now listed in alphabetical order.

Reaching your target audience is one of the biggest goals of any marketer; , but it’s also quite a challenge!

Technology has significantly benefited the marketing industry by making it so much easier to reach our target customers. And now, with inbound marketing, our customers are coming to us!

One inbound marketing strategy that has garnered a lot of great results is the webinar. You can reach hundreds, even thousands, of prospects from the comfort of your office. Using web conferencing software, you can schedule the event, send out invites, run the webinar, get instant feedback from your attendees, and share the recording to even more people after the webinar is over.

Started in 1996 and acquired by Cisco in 2007, WebEx is one of the oldest and best-known web conferencing tools, with millions of users across the globe. It has a fairly simple user interface, the ability to manage and host an event from start to finish, and integrates with other marketing software, such as Pardot, Cvent, and Act-On.

However, some users report difficulty downloading the player in order to listen to webinars, which causes frustrations for both the host and the attendee. After all, what’s the point of a webinar if no one can attend?

WebEx, while popular, is just one of the 100+ web conferencing software tools available to marketers. So whileit may seem easier to just go with what everyone else is using, it may not be the best for your business. It’s important to do your research and look at more than one software product. That way, you’ll have a better idea of what’s out there and what your company actually needs.

I’ve compiled a list of 13 WebEx alternatives to consider (in alphabetical order).

WebEx alternatives for your small business to consider

1. Adobe Connect

Did you know that the company behind such software behemoths as Photoshop and Acrobat also has a webinar tool? Well they do, and it’s called Adobe Connect Webinars. You’ll pay a little extra for Adobe Connect, but you’ll also have the peace of mind of working with a company that has more than 35 years of experience in the software industry and almost 20,000 employees.

Under the hood, Adobe Connect Webinar has multiple interactivity options, full customization, and deep analytics.

WebEx alternatives: The Adobe Connect webinar lobby

The Adobe Connect webinar lobby

Pricing: Adobe Connect Webinars offers three different plans. There is also a discount for paying annually, and they have an Enterprise plan (call for pricing) for companies needing more than 1,000 participants.

  • Webinar Manager 100 for up to 100 participants is $130/month.
  • Webinar Manager 500 for up to 500 participants is $470/month.
  • Webinar Manager 1000 for up to 1,000 participants is $580/month.

Have you tried Adobe Connect? Leave a review!

2. AnyMeeting

Targeted toward small businesses, AnyMeeting offers web conferencing, video conferencing, phone conferencing, and webinar services.

AnyMeeting covers a wide variety of features for managing a webinar from start to finish, including custom registration forms, presentation sharing, webinar recording and sharing, and follow-up emails.

Attendees don’t have to download anything, hosts can share documents, run live polls and chats, and attendees can react to your presentation with emojis. AnyMeeting also integrates with popular business apps via Zapier.

AnyMeeting’s videoconference screen

Pricing: AnyMeeting has four different plans. Each plan allows you to invite up to four times the number of guests that actually attend your webinar.

  • Up to 100 attendees per webinar is $78/month, or $780 annually.
  • Up to 200 attendees per webinar is $128/month, or $1,280 annually.
  • Up to 500 attendees per webinar $198/month, or $1,980 annually.
  • Up to 1,000 attendees per webinar is $298/month, or $2,980 annually.

Have you tried AnyMeeting? Leave a review!

3. Business Hangouts

If you’re like many businesses, you use G Suite tools (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, etc.) about 100 times per day. So if you’re already using G Suite, why not use a webinar tool that integrates directly with it? Business Hangouts was established in Los Angeles in 2016, and it already claims almost 2 million enterprise users. It is not affiliated with Google, but calls itself “Google-friendly.”

Business Hangouts says it can accommodate anywhere from 25 to 5,000 simultaneous attendees. You can record your events at 60 fps with unlimited storage, charge attendees admission for your webinars, and customize your event pages and email reminders.

WebEx alternatives: A Business Hangouts event

A Business Hangouts event

Pricing: Business Hangouts has four different plans, and they all include unlimited customer support, recording, and customization. Prices are for annual subscriptions.

  • Lite for up to 25 attendees is $23/month per host.
  • Pro for up to 100 attendees is $63/month per host.
  • Business for up to 250 attendees is $119/month per host.
  • Webcast for up to 1,000 attendees is $294/month per host.

Have you tried Business Hangouts? Leave a review!

4. ClickMeetingWebinar

This web conferencing software offers many of the typical webinar features found in other solutions, such as whiteboard, chat, a rebranding tool, and post-webinar statistics. The biggest difference in features that ClickMeeting has is its promotion of apps that integrate with it, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Moodle, and Google Calendar. Users can also submit ideas for apps they would like to integrate with the system.

WebEx alternatives: ClickMeeting’s webinar interface

ClickMeeting’s webinar interface

Pricing: ClickMeeting has three different plans to choose from based on the size of your audience. The prices listed below include a 20% discount for paying annually.

MyWebinars (two presenters, four hours of online storage space) is:

  • $25/month for up to 25 attendees
  • $30/month for up to 50 attendees
  • $55/month for up to 100 attendees

MyWebinars Pro (four presenters, six hours of online storage space, and HD quality) is:

  • $35/month for up to 50 attendees
  • $65/month for up to 100 attendees
  • $145/month for up to 500 attendees

ClickMeeting Enterprise—for 500 to 5,000 attendees—adds customization and consultation and starts at $165/month.

Have you tried ClickMeeting? Leave a review!

5. GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar (GoToMeeting’s webinar option) is a major player in the webinar industry. Often compared to WebEx, the Citrix tool is one of the most popular webinar hosting solutions for larger businesses.

Features available to GoToWebinar users include customized branding, full desktop sharing, webinar recording and sharing, and post-session reports. It also integrates with marketing automation software solutions to seamlessly connect your marketing efforts. These supported products include are Act-On, Eloqua, HubSpot, Marketo, and Pardot.

WebEx Alternatives: GoToWebinar’s dial-in screen

GoToWebinar’s dial-in screen

Pricing: There are three pricing tiers for GoToWebinar (which also includes a free seat for GoToMeeting). The main difference between the three options is the number of attendees per webinar.

  • Up to 100 attendees is $89/month.
  • Up to 500 attendees is $199/month and adds source tracking, video sharing, and no download for attendees.
  • Up to 2,000 attendees is $429/month and includes all the additional features above.

Since the jump in attendance is large between the packages, I would recommend starting on the lower end of your estimate. If you go with the monthly plan, you can change your pricing option quickly if you find that you’re reaching the max attendees often. For example, if you have 90 attendees on average, but are growing, go with the up to 100 attendees option to start; then, if you are hitting that limit, and want to open registration up to more, you can upgrade to the next level right away.

Have you tried GoToWebinar? Leave a review!

6. Livestorm

Livestorm is a browser-based (desktop or mobile) webinar tool that launched out of Paris in 2016. In addition to all the core webinar platform functionality, Livestorm also offers advanced analytics, audience segmentation, lead management, and integrations with several CRMs and marketing tools. You can even invite attendees to join you “on stage” and present to the rest of the audience.

Livestorm is targeted at freelancers, startups, and small and midsize businesses (SMBs) with its simple interface and affordable pricing.

WebEx alternatives: The Livestorm interface

The Livestorm interface

Pricing: Livestorm offers three different plans for small, midsize, or large companies. Each plan includes all of the features. You get one month free if paying annually (annual pricing listed below).

  • Starter plan for up to 100 attendees is $99/month.
  • Company plan for up to 250 attendees is $209/month.
  • Enterprise plan for up to 500 attendees is $319/month.

Have you tried Livestorm? Leave a review!

7. MeetingBurner

According to its site, over 100,000 people have accounts on MeetingBurner. What sets MeetingBurner apart? It has a Meeting Temperature feature that shows you instant analytics during a webinar. 

You can prerecord meetings and have them air at a later date as if live. Through a PayPal integration, you can charge attendees admission to your webinar directly from the registration screen. MeetingBurner also offers an ad-free but stripped down free version for up to ten attendees, and claims meeting launch speeds of almost four times faster than WebEx.

WebEx alternatives: MeetingBurner’s Meeting Temperature feature

MeetingBurner’s Meeting Temperature feature

Pricing: MeetingBurner’s largest listed plan is for up to 250 attendees, but larger companies who are interested in enterprise plans are encouraged to contact their sales team.

  • Free version for up to ten attendees does not include recording, analytics, PayPal integration, or attendee emails.
  • Pro for up to 50 attendees is $39.95/month and includes phone support, recording features, and attendee emails.
  • Premium for up to 250 attendees is $99.95/month and adds PayPal integration, scheduled replays, and analytics.

Have you tried MeetingBurner? Leave a review!

8. MyOwnConference

MyOwnConference is a British company, and it claims more than 10,000 active users, more than 300,000 webinars in 2016, and 99.998% uptime.

In addition to all the standard webinar features, MyOwnConference also supports 15 different languages and includes automated rebroadcasting, cursor sharing, and drawing tools.

WebEx Alternatives: A MyOwnConference webinar recording playback

A MyOwnConference webinar recording playback

Pricing: MyOwnConference has a wide range of plans with different pricing for single-day, monthly, or annual subscriptions. Every plan includes a 30-day free trial, full technical support (phone, email, Skype), all features, and up to six hours of continuous recording.

There is a 10% discount if paying for multiple months and a 20% discount if paying for a full year. Prices below are for one month.

  • Micro for up to 60 attendees and 5 GB of storage is $25/month.
  • Comfortable for up to 150 attendees and 10 GB of storage is $36/month.
  • Optimal for up to 300 attendees and 30 GB of storage is $47/month.
  • Maximum for up to 500 attendees and unlimited storage is $91/month.
  • Ultra for up to 1,000 attendees and unlimited storage is $220/month.
  • Flexible for up to 1,500 attendees and unlimited storage is $275/month.

Have you tried MyOwnConference? Leave a review!

9. ON24

A suggestion from one of our commenters below, ON24 is grabbing market share away from WebEx, with more than 1,600 corporate customers, 400 employees, and more than 85,000 webcasts in 2016.

ON24 includes “widgets” you can use during your webinars. You can select as many widgets as you want for your webcast, from slide-sharing, Q&A, and group chat, to social media integrations and testing. It also promote it’s responsive design, so you can host or view one of its webinars on a mobile phone or tablet, without wonky functionality.

WebEx alternatives: The ON24 interface

The ON24 interface

Pricing: Unlike the other options on this list, ON24 doesn’t have cut and dry pricing tiers. You’ll need to get in contact with their sales team and request a quote. It’s a nice idea to create custom packages for their customers, making each one feel special, however, with no idea of a starting price, the uncertainty might drive potential leads away. Co-founder and CEO Sharat Sharan says that an average subscription is $30,000 annually.

Have you tried ON24? Leave a review!

10. ReadyTalk

ReadyTalk offers the ability to host some of the largest webinars on this list, with its highest price tier allowing for up to 3,000 participants attendees (2,999 and a host). And its most basic webinar level allows for up to 150 participants (including the host). So if you’re one of those companies that sometimes jumps above and below 100 attendees per webinar, this is a great solution to consider.

The features available remain the same across all of the pricing options, such as customization, unlimited recordings, automated email reminders and post-webinar follow-ups, and 24/7 customer support. ReadyTalk also integrates with other software products, including Salesforce, Eloqua, HubSpot, Marketo, Pardot, Kapost, and PR Newswire. It also offers access to its API so you can create your own custom integrations.

WebEx alternatives: A ReadyTalk web conference

A ReadyTalk web conference

Pricing:

  • Webinar 150 for up to 149 attendees and a host is $119/month
  • Webinar 500 for up to 499 attendees and a host is $319/month
  • Webinar 3000 for up to 2,999 attendees and a host is $399/month

Have you tried ReadyTalk? Leave a review!

11. Webinato

Webinato’s biggest benefit when compared to WebEx is that you don’t have to download anything in order to attend a webinar. The webinar service, formerly called omNovia, bills itself as a platform for automated webinars. This means that you can choose a webinar that you’ve already run and have it rerun multiple times on a schedule while attendees can chat, take polls, and download documents as if it were a live session.

Webinato also allows customized skins, whiteboard and co-browsing features, and an exit landing page.

WebEx alternatives: A Webinato webinar room

A Webinato webinar room

Pricing: All of Webinato’s plans include 24/7 customer support, 60 hours of usage per month, and 20 automated reruns. Unlimited plans are available for an additional fee. The prices below are for annual plans.

  • S for up to 100 participants and 600 on-demand views is $119/month
  • M for up to 250 participants and 1,800 on-demand views is $249/month
  • L for up to 500 participants and 3,000 on-demand views is $399/month
  • XL for up to 1,000 participants and 5,000 on-demand views is $699/month

Have you tried Webinato? Leave a review!

12. WorkCast

WorkCast sprung up in Sunderland, U.K., in 2008. It’s a browser-based presentation platform that brands webinars specifically for each company that uses it, so if you’re running a WorkCast webinar, it looks exactly like the rest of your web site.

It also offers all of the analytics, features, and interactivity you’d expect from any of the other high-end webinar tools on this list.

WebEx alternatives: The WorkCast Present+ dashboard

The WorkCast Present+ dashboard

Pricing: WorkCast has three different packages, and you can choose your level of customer support, anywhere from monitoring during your live event to a dedicated team.

  • Present+ for up to 1,000 attendees starts at $145/month.
  • Producer+ for up to 3,000 attendees starts at $395/month and adds integrations.
  • Pricing for the Enterprise plan, which allows unlimited attendees and live streaming of events, is not available online.

Have you tried WorkCast? Leave a review!

13. Zoom Video Webinar

Zoom was founded in San Jose in 2011 by several former WebEx software engineers. Since then, the company has grown to a staff of more than 400 employees, was named a New Leader in Gartner’s 2016 Web Conferencing Magic Quadrant, and claims more than 700,000 companies as customers.

Zoom prides itself on the quality and stability of its audio and video, and boasts a full set of advanced webinar features such as broadcasting to Facebook Live or YouTube, dual-screen support, and sales and marketing software integrations.

WebEx alternatives: Layout options in Zoom running on an iPad

Layout options in Zoom running on an iPad

Pricing: Zoom Video Webinar is available as an add-on for Zoom Meetings. Its cheapest webinar plan between a Meetings account and the Webinar add-on is $54.99/month for up to 100 attendees. Because Zoom’s plans are highly customizable, it is recommended that you check out their pricing page to determine what your cost would be.

Have you tried Zoom Video Webinar? Leave a review!

More?

With over 100 options, I couldn’t cover them all! What other WebEx alternatives would you recommend? Please let us know in the comments!

Looking for Web Conferencing software? Check out Capterra's list of the best Web Conferencing software solutions.

Share This Article

About the Author

Andrew Conrad

Andrew is a content writer for Capterra, specializing in church management and project management software. When he’s not striving for the perfect balance of information and entertainment, Andrew enjoys the great outdoors and the wide world of sports. Follow him on Twitter @CapterraAC.

Comments

GoToMeeting is great for sending out confirmations. Join.me is good webinar training wheels if you’re doing instant screen sharing, smaller webinars on the fly. Literally nothing to load, its magic.

Webinars have evolved from insanely boring PowerPoint slide presentations to present day dueling moderators responding on the fly to Live Chat requests. Socks on fire webinars are the best, something always goes wrong!

Its great to see a webinar blog post! But I have to respectfully disagree with all of this.
Anything that says “meeting” in the title is not a good “webinar” tool. GoTo Webinar is just a slightly jazzed up version of GoTo Meeting that can handle more people( but only up to 1000) . I have a prospect I am working with that hit his limit with GoToWebinar of a 1000 people and lost over a hundred prospects. The On Demand feature takes lot of time to re-purpose the content. There is no real time behavioral metrics. No branding capabilities. Very very little engagement. And there are downloads for both desk top computers and mobile devices which can significantly decrease the attendance. Also, the invite is not branded or custom – it is pretty much branded with GoTo… not your company information.

With that being said GoTo is great for just want it is was originally developed for – small online meetings. But when you are looking for demand generation, lead nurturing, and thought leadership applications…you can do much better.

ReadyTalk is probably the best option here.

If you would like to talk about a true webinar based marketing and training solution do not hesitate to reach out!

justin.combs@on24.com
Twittter: @jc_on24

Cheers!

I love that MeetingBurner doesn’t make you download anything as an attendee. Every time I attend a GoToMeeting webinar I have to download something!

Thanks for the list. BrainCert Virtual Classroom is tailor-made to deliver live classes, meetings, webinars, and conferences to audience anywhere and it integrates with PayPal and Stripe payment gateways. You can do more than just webinars with BrainCert and it comes integrated with a testing platform, courses marketplace, and unified content management.

Our cloud based high performance software offers a variety of features designed to help you reach larger audiences in the classroom, create engaging viewer experiences, and offer unique audio/video/chat services, screen sharing & recording, along with multiple interactive whiteboards.

https://www.braincert.com

Thanks,
Yasin Rahim
Founder & CEO
BrainCert.com

Thanks for all of your comments and suggestions, everyone!

So I have to ask.. have any of you used join.me as a platform alternative? It’s extremely simple to use, but there are no reports, or detailed data like webex. Thoughts?

Have you tried myownconference.com webinars? Extremely stable!

[…] Get details about above alternative site click here […]

Additionally, you may want to consider a RHUB web conference server.

Hi Caroline –

Great article on WebEx Alternatives. I represent Mikogo and we offer web seminars as well. For non-commercial use, we offer a free account. For commercial use, we offer a two week free trial. One of the best features of Mikogo.com is that we are cross platform compatible. Only the host has to install the software. Participants can be involved by simply joining through ANY browser from ANY operating system. We would love for you to check it out and let us know what you think! 🙂 Here’s our website for you, Caroline: http://www.mikogo.com

When we had to show our users the way to use new tools we used Ammyy Admin. You can show your screen to unlimited number of remote persons (depending on your bandwidth of course) with only 1 license for $99.90. Sure they limit free users to 15 h/month but that is plenty of time in our case.

[…] points and offer different features. Check out this comparison tool by OnStreamMeetings.com, and this list on WebEx alternatives for more information on webinar providers. Decide if you will use the built-in computer mic, an […]

Great article. omNovia actually starts at $199 for 100 seat capacity now. Each account also comes with unlimited licenses so you can use seats for extra moderators or admins without paying extra. An important aspect to consider when managing larger webinars.

We also support multiple meeting rooms so you can set up dedicated conference areas inside each account. You can set up meeting rooms for different roles (sales), for different functions (new hire training) or for different presenters.

Hope this additional info helps. Happy to answer any questions if you have some down the road.

This is great information. I am looking for one that does not require a monthly subscription. I look to host 2-4 webinars per year…likely a max of 50-75 attendees (more likely less than 50), and I would like to record.

Any suggestions?

Thanks for the great overview. I was missing one option which is completely free: Google Hangout on Air. Is there anything you typically would miss using it for webinars? I think the number of viewers will be virtually unlimited?

http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/onair.html

Great review, my team uses ClickWebinar and one thing that we definitely enjoy is the rebranding, logo, colours etc. Affordable, effective and feature filled platform.

Great article! Thank you for the thorough and helpful analysis.

I use http://www.2freeconference.com. I’m not sure if it will stay free but I’ve been using it for a year now and had almost 100 people in a webinar. I can do my powerpoint – share my screen etc.. and my agents can even dial in by phone if they prefer the audio that way. Thanks for the info though I might try out some of these.

For all people who looking for an alternative please have a look to RHUB Turbomeeting App. Available for all devices: iOS,Mac OS, Android, Linux, Windows. Many features equal other tools, and a lot more features (+40) than other solutions. Search for RHUB Turbomeeting Appliance http://www.rhubcom.com . Purchased once, used by everyone, unlimited users, On-premise: security, branding, integration & speed. No more limits on employee access. No more monthly subscription fees. No more third-party surveillance risks. No more limits on how your company,
your employees and your customers can communicate. Why keep paying subscription fees forever? You can own your R-HUB server with just 3-10 months of subscription fees.

Great summary of the web conferencing tools. Has anyone tried ClickMeeting? I’m curious about it.

Try LetsMeet

LetsMeet is a collaborative audio video conferencing solution for the enterprise. Where you can meet any one at any time across the globe and collaborate with anyone in real time.

It doesn’t requires any kind of downloads on either side because its a browser based solution and the best part is that it can be completely white label to suits your requirements, you can enhance your band by incorporating your logo, colors etc. across multiple screens.

LetsMeet is hosted on cloud and it’s completely secure, however we can also host LetsMeet servers at your end, in this case you have complete access to your own data at all time (unlike the other conferencing solutions out there)

Adobe Connect has fantastic feature for hosting webinars such as presenter only area, polls, Q&A, file transfer and editable recordings.

Has anyone tried Zoom? It is great alternative to Webex that offers webinars, web and video conferencing , sharing content from any device and more .

Hey Caroline! Whilst its great to see these alternatives, surely there is only one to rule them all? Drum’s browser based web meeting solution which can be embedded inside your website or existing service? With no downloads and a unique dashboard to manage all of your meetings!

We had a sales call and demo of ON24 with Level 3 Communications. Their platform is really incredible, but the price was exorbitant. Something like $1500 per webinar – and our webinars are pretty rinky dinky internal communications and training events, typically with around 50 people. I was floored by the price.

I am the volunteer coordinator at the College and Career Center at a public high school in California. We are planning to host a few webinars next school year having to do with college readiness, preparing financially for college, etc. Our audience would be high school parents and students. This is something that is totally new to me.
If I wanted to host one – one hour webinar for up to 100 people, what would this cost me?

Interesting overview, Caroline, thanks for the summary.

But could you tell me what an ‘extraordinary’ webinar is?…

The best webinar software is the one that will fix the webinar problem. Webinars are broken.

They are a great business driver BUT the existing tools (such as GoToWebinar and Webex) are not exploiting the webinar to its full potential.

Here are the main problems:
* Poor UX overall (extra software to install, old UI…)
* No real relevant data on your audience (registrants/attendees is not good enough)
* No interconnection between tools (I want my webinars data everywhere)

You should look for a tool that will solve those problems.

Hopefully, at Rumble we are working on those 3 main issues. We will provide features to address the webinar problem. You can register for private beta here (https://rumble.live/).

We want to make webinars smarter, simpler and more efficient. Visit Rumble – Give smarter webinars, get better leads (https://rumble.live/) to learn more.

Hope this helps,
Gilles

Btw, Rumble has evolved to become Livestorm (https://livestorm.co).

Any Meeting no longer has Pay Pal integration. Instead, they are using a Zapier plug in to handle financial transactions.

Thanks for sharing these amazing tools! You did a great job reviewing each of them. What about Google Hangout on Air? Have you considered it as a good tool for webinars?

Hi Caroline –

Great article on WebEx Alternatives. I represent Mikogo and we offer web seminars as well. For non-commercial use, we offer a free account. For commercial use, we offer a two week free trial. One of the best features of Mikogo.com is that we are cross platform compatible. Only the host has to install the software. Participants can be involved by simply joining through ANY browser from ANY operating system. We would love for you to check it out and let us know what you think! 🙂 Here’s our website for you, Caroline: http://webinarjeoreviewz.com/

Hello All,

A thorough article, Caroline! Unfortunately even on the list of 100, the WorkCast platform wasn’t mentioned..

No plug ins or downloads, an actual SAAS, browser-based platform.

Not a meeting tool – agree with the guy above who says anything with that in the title isn’t what you need unless meetings is your goal – WorkCast are a presentation platform.

Actual bespoke designs and branding for every client, not just the opportunity to add a logo and call it branded. Webinars hosted in pages that look exactly like your website.

The ability to embed into your website and your marketing automation tool, as standard.

Thorough analytics and all of the functionality for interactivity you’d come to expect.

The only platform with the ability to handle embedded video within a powerpoint slide, without screensharing.

Various security models and a robust and reliable piece of software. Finally.

And a platform that has everything ON24 does, plus more, for a fraction of their price.

We’re also all kinda nice, too. You may like our blog page on our site.. head over and take a look 🙂

L

Awesome list here Caroline! Thanks so much for putting it together … I just requested a trial of on24 and ReadyTalk and am looking forward to putting them to the test. I wasn’t satisfied with GoToWebinar and found your article when I asked my friend Google for an alternative to it 🙂 Thanks again! See ya around the interwebs~

Great article!

Any idea for platforms that allow you to host a one-time webinar (rather than a monthly/yearly package)?

What is the best platform for sharing a power point that is very heavy with video? Will any of the above work?

I’ve recently switched to free AEROADMIN and it looks good.
You may want to do the same as soon as you try.
Hope this helps

Great Article!

One can use WizIQ, Easy and very simple to use. I am using it, its fantastic. The support is top notch 24/7

Great list you have Caroline but I wonder why you haven’t added MaestroConference. It’s trusted by over 15,000 thought leaders. It’s an excellent technology platform for hosting highly interactive webinars and virtual events.

Some of its awesome features I like are Breakout Groups, Screen Share, Video Conferencing, Private Chat, and Automated Enrollment has helped entrepreneurs as well as non-profit organizations share their unique value around the world. It’s truly a great platform for hosting extraordinary events. I hope you’d check them out too. Here’s the link to their website -> http://maestroconference.com/

[…] “6 WebEx Alternatives for Hosting an Extraordinary Webinar,” by Caroline Malamut on the Capterra website. […]

Great stuff and I found it very useful. I think if you want to host an extraordinary webinar/meeting, then you need to try meeting wall. This is new meeting management technology trusted by most Indian companies. Just have a look here – http://themeetingwall.com/

Love Business Hangouts! Great customization features, can charge for my events, integrated with gsuite so I can share all of my google docs and collaborate.

Also easy for my attendees to use. All they have to do is select the link I send them. AMAZING!

Comment on this article:


Your privacy is important to us. Check out our Privacy Policy.