Cloudswave Score for GoToWebinar
Rating based on 21 Critic Reviews
Luka Dadiani, on GetApp
Found the app to be very easy to use. Allows for easy set-up of a webinar and the sign-up page looks professional. The connection is always clear with no lag, additionally the software has some handy features for presenters such as screen selection and features around highlighting with your mouse. Moreover, the ability to record webianrs for future re-use is also useful. Overall if you want to run professional webinars this is great.
Pros : Excellent feature set. Great software with no lag/bugs. Good compatibility across devices. Professional look and feel.
Cons : Doesn't allow for he landing pages to be customised enough, would like more options around typography and background.
I've used this for 2 to 3 webcasts a month for several years now. The recent (late 2014) roll-out of an entire new feature set really brought GoToWebinar to the top of web conferencing usability. Highly recommended.
Pros : Ease of event setup, source tracking and excellent in-conference capabilities. Running events is fairly simple.
Cons : Registration landing pages are not flexible and are very confining.
Samantha Safin, on TrustRadius
GoToWebinar Use Cases and Deployment ScopeFirst, to be clear, my primary work with GoToWebinar is on the back end to sync our webinars to our marketing automation tool, in our case, Marketo. My experiences have been from this perspective, as well as being part of the test webinars and setup for those that we produce for marketing purposes. As mentioned, our marketing team holds a series of supply industry-relevant webinars to help educate transportation and operations professionals in current issues facing the supply chain world. These webinars are held either with all panelists on-site or sometimes with panelists off-site as well. While our organization has many licenses for GoToMeeting, our webinar usage is confined to our marketing team. We started hosting our own webinars in order to have better visibility into the kind of ROI it was providing. It cut our costs to run them on our own, and it helps us to see what topics are best for our existing customer base, as well as prospective ones.
Pros : GoToWebinar syncs easily with Marketo from Marketo's Launch Point menu. They work fairly seamlessly with little hands-on work required. Since it was important for us to have visibility into what kind of growth we can get from running webinars, this has been the single greatest piece about using the platform. We are able to use Marketo's built-in analytic tools to determine the efficacy of our topics, our panelists, and running webinars in general.GoToWebinar is able to support a panelist-type we
Cons : We have had some issues using GoTo to run a live webinar that is based on a previous recording. In our particular instance, we had a panelist have to cancel last minute, and it was a struggle to successfully record a practice to then run for the live webinar. The platform is built more for a live-session.In the past, we have had recordings disappear. We record all of our webinars to then house online for people to watch at their leisure (a common practice). There have been, on more than one occa
Justin U. , on G2 Crowd
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