Freebinar Launches their Free Webinar Service for up to 150 Attendees
EDIT: Freebinar was re-branded as AnyMeeting in March of 2011. Check out our AnyMeeting review for more information on their services.
Are you looking for a free, comprehensive webinar service? Look no further.
Freebinar, a free webinar service, launched their product this week. Freebinar can host up to 150 attendees and is accessed through a simple web browser. Freebinar is ideal for small-to-midsized businesses (SMB) and non-profit organizations. Freebinar is a SaaS webinar service that is delivered over CosNet’s platform.
“Entrepreneurs, small-business owners and nonprofits asked us for a free web conferencing service without limits,” said CEO of CosNEt, Costin Tuclescu. “Competitors limit features, max out attendance at 20 participants and use their free applications to up-sell for premium paid versions. By displaying targeted ads, we’re able to offer a truly free webinar service. Freebinar usrs never have to pay for online meeting services or settle for limited features. Using other platforms offering similar features, a company could spend $1,200 per year or more.”
Freebinar allows users to host meetings online with up to 150 attendees, while managing their events with easy invites and simple registration forms. Freebinar’s free webinar service also offers free telephone conferencing and customer support. The free webinar service is easy-to-use and has a intuitive user interface. Webinar attendees are not required to download the software either.
Freebinar has emerged from beta mode and offers its free webinar service to more than 2,600 business owners.
“I’ve used GoToMeeting and Dimdim, and neither compared to the quality of Freebinar,” said Freebinar user Jes Coolbaugh, from Jes C. Productions. “The screen-sharing application is far superior to any others I’ve used, and my attendees raved about it.”
For more info on this awesome web conferencing service, visit: www.freebinar.comFreebinar Launches their Free Webinar Service for up to 150 Attendees,