Webcasts that are simple to run and stunning to watch.
Easily host large-scale webcasting events with live audio, video, polling, Q&A and more.
Two great webcast tools to choose from.
Before, broadcasting a live audio and video event to audiences around the world meant spending lots of time and resources. Now, things are simpler. GoToWebinar and GoToWebcast put everything you need for live webcasting into your own hands so you can set up an enterprise-quality event in minutes. Stream audio and video, share presentations and foster real engagement with your attendees – all without the expense or hassle of a traditional webcast production.
Easily host professional webcasts with GoToWebinar.
The marketer’s webcasting toolkit.
GoToWebinar offers a full suite of webcast features to ensure that you can generate qualified leads with ease.
Schedule new webcasts, edit upcoming sessions and more from a single, cloud-based dashboard.
Do dry runs with organizers and panelists to make sure things run smoothly during the live webcast.
Take advantage of automated email templates or create your own email invitations, confirmations and reminders.
Make sure your brand shines by including your company logo on all your webcast materials.
Reporting and analytics
Capture relevant data to see how your webcasts performed and which attendees showed the most interest.
Streamline your marketing and lead generation with GoToWebinar integrations for popular CRM tools.
Broadcast to a broader audience with GoToWebcast.
Big events. Even bigger impact.
GoToWebcast has everything you need to launch a product or service, provide training to an entire company or even conduct online “town hall” meetings.
5-step webcast guide
What are the benefits of webcasts?
Webcasts give you the power to connect with your audience like never before.
With high-quality audio and video, slideshow presentations, document downloads, live chat and polling tools, you can communicate in the way that’s most effective for your audience.
Bring attendees together without you or them having to worry about the high costs associated with travel, lodging and conferences.
Using a single link, attendees can log in to view your webcast through any Internet browser on their desktop or mobile devices – all without having to download a thing.
How to set up a webcast with GoToWebinar
Effective, simple and reliable. With webcast mode for GoToWebinar, hosting your own webcast is a snap. Just follow these steps to connect with your audiences around the world.
1. Sign in to GoToWebinar. Don’t have an account? Start a free trial.
2. Click the Schedule a Webinar button.
3. Select Webcast as the webinar type. Then specify the rest of your webinar details, including the title, description, date, time and time zone.
4. Click Schedule when you’re finished.
5. On the Manage Webinar page, customize your webinar settings by clicking edit next to the section you’d like to change.
6. Set up reminder emails by clicking edit right beside the Reminder Email setting.
Get answers to all of your webcast questions.
- How does webcasting work?
A webcast generally refers to a digital presentation that can be accessed over the web, or internet. “Webcasting” may be short for “web broadcasting,” or “broadcasting using the internet.” Webcasts often feature slides or visual elements and also audio.
- What are the benefits of webcasting?
- Webcasts are low-cost
- Webcasts enable wide reach through multiple devices
- Webcasts offer rich content
- Webcasts enable you to quickly reach your target audience
- Webcast audiences don’t have to download any software
- What is the difference between a webinar and webcast?
Webcasts are perfect for large company meetings and marketing webinars. A webcast is a browser-based experience, and attendees do not have to download software - they watch and listen through their computer or mobile device. While webcasts can include interactive features like polls and Q&A, attendees are automatically muted and cannot be unmuted.
A webinar is an intimate event with a higher level of interactivity. They are great for marketing and training use cases. Attendees can listen using phone or computer audio and they can be unmuted by the webinar organizers.
- What are webcasting techniques?
- Select goals, strategies, and tactics that you will implement in your webinar.
- Choose an engaging webcast title and description.
- Take time to promote your webcast.
- Utilize slides wisely. Follow good techniques for speaking.
- Tell a story.
- Ensure you create an interactive webcast experience.
- How do you webcast a meeting?
1. Schedule a meeting or webinar
2. Ensure you select “webcast” as the meeting or webinar type
3. Schedule the webcast, customize settings and recording equipment, and send a reminder email.