ReadyTalk is a professional webinar and conferencing company offering you your own webinar service at a monthly fee or they will run your one-off webinar for you.
They offer many advantages, the interface itself; no download necessary.
You can pre upload presentation materials in advance if you like (video clips, PPT, polling).
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ReadyTalk service is a tailored professional business class webinar experience
The recording/archiving tool is very robust and is a ‘must have’ feature for webinar platforms.
The pre and post meeting communication options (registration links, reminder emails, post meeting surveys) is something that you usually have to set up on your side, ReadyTalk has this built in!
The audio quality is extremely high, it is a Broadcast Audio Quality.
The support at ReadyTalk is second to none.
Plans start at $49/mo for 25 participants.
None of the plans “cap” you or limit you.
You are charged a fee based on your plan if you go over.
Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page
Hosting a webinar shouldn’t be rocket science. Audio and web conferences aren’t brain surgery.
And, customer care doesn’t include a system of beeps and prompts.
It should be user friendly, reliable and supported by a team of professionals, which is exactly what they deliver.
They understand your needs so you can focus on the substance of your conference and not the technology.
Their services are user friendly, reliable and supported by a team of professionals, which is exactly what they deliver.
|Recording Ability:||Yes, all plans offer. Start the webinar and select ‘Record’. Archiving also available.|
|Best Price Monthly:||$149/mo 150 Participants|
|Video/Audio:||Broadcast Audio Service (high quality)|
|Participants:||Up to 3000|
|Reporting:||Lots of ‘real-time’ information available|
|Ease of Use:||Fairly easy|
From small virtual meetings to large web events, ReadyTalk provides audio and web conferencing services that are affordable and easy to use, so you can focus on the substance of the meeting, not the technology behind it.
And, when you do call them with a question, afterwards they want you to hang up the phone and say, “Wow, that was good customer service” and tell someone else.