Jordan WoodsMarketing, Growth, & Diet Coke

What's the best webinar software?

I'm looking for webinar software that (1) allows for custom landing pages, (2) easy data transfer to CRM, and (3) integration with MailChimp. We've used GoToWebinar and were disappointed with how clunky the experience was.
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    Zoom

    Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

    The webinar part of Zoom is as flexible and well functioning as their main video conferencing software. The video quality is better than a lot of the competition.
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    Pulkit AgrawalCEO @trychameleon for user onboarding · Written
    One of the best things about Zoom is that you can remote control someone else's screen. This can be really helpful when doing demo calls where you can actually help someone *on their own machine* rather than just showing it and hoping they figure it out on their own later.
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    GoToMeeting Free

    Free online meetings for up to 3 people

    thomas rossStartup analyser and investor · Written
    GoToMeeting is reasonably light (client footprint-wise), simple and easy to use. ReadyTalk and WebEx "feel" heavier and are clunkier to use. I've tried a couple open source tools (really wanted them to work out) but they were poor substitutes for GoToMeeting. I look for simplicity - do the job and stay out if the way. Clients do not put up (nor should they) with irksome meeting tools.
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    Webinar Jam
    Deepika SinghMarketing lady at work · Written
    I explored a lot of tools before finalising the right tool for conducting webinars. We are a startup so wanted something great withing a confined budget. From the possibilities of free tools like Google Hangout to Cisco's webex i explored many tools. Eventually i found Webinar Jam to have the most features that we need to engage up to a couple of hundred attendees,have multiple presenters, easy to access and setup and budget friendly.
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    Deepika SinghMarketing lady at work · Written
    I explored a lot of tools before finalising the right tool for conducting webinars. We are a startup so wanted something great withing a confined budget. From the possibilities of free tools like Google Hangout to Cisco's webex i explored many tools. Eventually i found Webinar Jam to have the most features that we need to engage up to a couple of hundred attendees,have multiple presenters, easy to access and setup and budget friendly.
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    Demio 2.0
    Sam RyePractitioner of Social & Enviro Regen · Written
    I read about Demio recently over on Drip's site: https://www.drip.com/blog/market... Looks like a good option.
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