streamGo's webinar software is the perfect interactive channel your lovingly-created presentations deserve.
Drive audience engagement with live webinars.
Perfect delivery guaranteed with pre-recorded content broadcast as if it’s live.
Your webinar content when your audience wants it.
Scheduled + Live
The engagement of live webinars with the convenience of pre-recorded content.
The Benefits of Running a Webinar
Live Feedback, Interaction & Audience Insight
Gather real-time opinions, ideas and questions from your audience, wherever they are.
Save Travel Time & Costs
Deliver your content anywhere in the world without needing to raid the sock drawer for your passport.
Reach A Wider Audience
Increase the reach of your event content with webinars. All your audience needs is an Internet connection to login anywhere in the world.
Consistently voted as the top channel for generating qualified leads by marketers.
Delivering engaging and valuable content using webinars is a sure-fire way to generate fresh leads. With your content matching their needs, they’ll become your hottest prospects in no time at all.
As well as generating leads, webinars can help build mutually beneficial relationships and partnerships between host companies.
Generate Evergreen Content
Your on-demand webinar will do all the work for you; continuing to engage your target audience and generate leads well after your event finishes without you lifting a finger.
Position Your Brand As An Authority In The Market
Webinars are a great way to demonstrate your company’s knowledge, skills and expertise with a human touch.
Set Your Slides Free
You spent ages crafting your presentation, they deserve to be seen. Use webinars to deliver your story to leads, colleagues and customers wherever they are. It’s like going on a world tour, just without the jet-lag.
Alongside brand-building benefits, opening up your webinar to sponsors provides an additional revenue stream to your company; often covering the costs of the event itself.
Get To Know Your Audience
Interactive questions, surveys and other features give you a deeper insight into your audience demographic.
What Can Webinars Be Used For?
There are countless ways you can use streamGo's webinar software to power your organisation. Here are just a few of our favourite ways to use webinars.
Marketing & Lead Generation
Marketers rate webinars in the top five in terms of the most effective tactics they use. Position your company as an authority and generate high quality leads by hosting interactive and content-rich webinars.
Whether it’s to highlight key figures or in response to market changes, webinars are a convenient, accessible and efficient way of communicating financial updates to investors and shareholders.
Employee & Customer Training
With their long shelf-life, interactivity, and ability to monitor audience behavior, webinars are a consistent and cost-effective way of providing engaging training to both your employees and customers.
Member & Client Communications
Bolster and diversify your membership package by giving your members exclusive access to premium webinars.
Product Launches & Demonstrations
Use image, customer testimonial and video-rich webinars to showcase your latest products and services to a truly global audience of potential customers.
Thought Leadership & Personal Branding
Due to their global reach and interactivity, webinars are the perfect platform for demonstrating thought-leadership and building your personal brand.
Due to their online accessibility and ability to track audience behaviour, professional bodies deem webinars a perfect platform for administering CPD training to members.
Due to their interactivity, webinars are a highly-engaging and consistent way of communicating internal messages and company updates to employees, wherever they are.
Webinars For Different Sectors
Webinars are a great fit for a number of industries, as they provide an interactive platform to engage and communicate information to a global audience without the complexities of travel, cost and location. Here are some of the industries that use our webinar software to engage their audience.
Webinars offer a practical, secure & consistent platform to update investors with key financial information and business updates.
Feature KOLs from anywhere in the world to boost the attendance of your online medical education sessions and reach a wider audience of HCPs.
Webinars are a practical way of engaging project stakeholders with important information and updates.
B2B webinars are an excellent way to prove your credentials and generate leads with expert speakers and live audience interaction.
Deliver an online course or provide training using a series of webinars to people across the globe.
Webinars provide your members with access to valuable content and speakers while offering sponsors brand awareness and lead generation opportunities.
Showcase the benefits of your technologies to a global audience and give tips on how to use it using interactive webinars.
Webinars are a cost-effective way for manufacturers to learn more about new technologies, strategies, ideas and news in the industry
What Makes streamGo's Webinar Software Different?
Because this isn’t the 1990s. No downloads for anyone.
Dedicated Event Producers
You focus on the content and we’ll do the rest.
Your audience will automatically get the best quality video for their connection.
As many attendees as you like with no stream slow-down.
Embed your webinars on your own site or use our custom-branded landing pages.
Your Slides As They Should Be
Don’t worry our webinar software won’t switch out your fonts for Comic Sans.
No Cookie-Cutters In Sight
Each webinar is unique to us so you’ll get a bespoke service every time.
Only the people you want to attend will be able to view your webinar.
Users can register for your webinar in a single click in their email invite.
Use your own reg pages and we’ll still provide engagement data.
Include a CTA/button on your event page to enable a one-click action from your viewers.
View live data on sign ups, attendees and engagement.
Provide CPD training to professionals in any sector.
Your audience can reach a product expert or sales consultant and ask them questions during your event.
Mobile Questions/ Poll Page
Clients with physical audiences or group viewing sessions can collect questions and poll answers on their mobiles.
Make the most of webinar data using the leading CRM, marketing automation, and audience interaction tools built into our platform.
”We couldn’t be more grateful for streamGo’s efforts on our Webinar. I would definitely recommend using their services, everything worked perfectly, was very simple to use and the level of customer service was extremely high.Robbie Lang, Project ManagerSynergy Medical Education
We Run Webinars For Some Of The World's Biggest Names
Key Webinar Design Features
To keep your audience engaged throughout the duration of your webinar, the design of your webinar slides needs to be on-point. Check out some of our favourite ways to make your webinar slides stand out from the crowd.
- Video Content
- Custom Photography
- Data Visualisation
- Unique Framing
- Clear Examples
- The Webinar Design Guide
You’ve got a captive audience, this is the ideal time to show off your latest video content. Whether it’s a product launch advert or a customer testimonial, including video in your webinar is a great way to engage your audience and make sure your message sticks.
You know it. We know it. Everyone knows it. Stock photos suck. But when they are so quick and easy to get hold of, it’s tempting to use them. Using your own photography is a great way to make sure your slides stick in the minds of your audience. Failing that, sites like unsplash.com & pexels.com have great alternatives to traditional stock photography.
Webinars can be a great way to present research results, combining both audio commentary and visuals. To help your audience interpret the findings, it’s important the data visualisation is both easy-to-understand and eye-catching. Sometimes, just choosing appropriate colours and clear labels is all that’s needed.
Framing your slide content in irregular and unique shapes can really catch the viewer’s attention. Breaking away from the usual 90-degree angles and grid-like layouts is an effective way to make your webinar memorable.
Sometimes there’s just no better way than to just show your audience what you’re talking about. Whether it’s photographs or screengrabs, make sure they stick to the “3 B’s”; Big, Beautiful and Blooming obvious. Your audience shouldn’t need to work to understand the example being shown.
The Webinar Design Guide
If you’re looking for more ways to make your webinar slides stand out from the crowd, you should download our free eBook, The Webinar Design Guide.
Our free eBook is packed full of real-life examples of slides from our client webinars to showcase key elements you should use to make sure your message sticks.
Download your copy and start designing slides to engage your audience today.
Of course! You need to be confident that you are producing content which has sufficient appeal to your audience to justify a price-tag, but there’s no reason not to charge for access if, for example, you’re live-streaming parts of a physical event which delegates have paid to attend. streamGo won’t take the payment on your behalf but can advise and assist you in utilising your existing payment gateway or setting up another simple payment option.
Sure thing – we all know your attendees won’t all be able to make the webinar live, so making the content available on-demand is both good manners and great business.
Our reporting allows you to see analytics on both the live and on-demand webinar separately, so you get a great understanding of when and how your attendees view your webinar.
There are several things which you need to get right to make sure your webinar is ‘successful’. However, the success of your event depends on what you intend to achieve from hosting it. But generally, webinars supported by solid marketing campaigns, containing high-quality, engaging content and making use of interactive features are the most successful. Check out our Webinar ROI Masterclass for more information.
The success of a webinar can be measured by a number of metrics. It all depends on the goal of the webinar. For example, if a webinar’s goal is to generate leads, it’s performance would be measured by its ROI, or number/value of leads generated.
It’s important to consider time zones when deciding the time to host a webinar. If you have viewers spanning multiple time zones, make sure there is enough overlap so both groups can conveniently watch. Also, having a clear understanding of when your audience will be too busy will help you pinpoint when to avoid running and promoting your event.
It can, and it should. Your webinar should represent your brand at any and every available attendee touch-point, so with streamGo’s Branding+ you can ensure that the registration page, webinar page, reminder emails and URL all look and feel just like your own. Our Branding+ service offers complete customisation. Read more.
streamGo can set-up a webinar pretty quickly, we’ve even managed within 24 hours, but the important factor here is allowing time to market your webinar effectively. OK, if it’s internal communications then you already know who you will be inviting, but it’s still good to give people enough notice to get the webinar in their diaries, to maximise attendance. Two to four weeks is usually a good amount of time to allow for promotion.
Interesting question – there are a number of factors to consider here, and budget is usually a big one! Webinars are run and managed remotely, meaning that they are typically a much cheaper option. Webinars also tend to work well if your presenters are scattered around the globe as if often the case. However, if your event calls for a more visual approach, your presenters are all based in one location, or you’re looking to live-stream elements of an existing physical event, then a webcast is a great choice. Either type of event will allow for live polling and live Q&A. You can read more on our pages;
In a word, yes. Our hosted pages send data using HTTPS ensuring that the data is encrypted while in transit. We encrypt data using the TLS protocol and default to using the highest version of TLS supported by your visitors’ browsers. The personal data we collect and process is client-specific and depends entirely on the data that you (our client) wants us to collect and process. This typically includes first name, last name, email, company, job title and country. However, it may be more or less depending on your requirements. The session data we collect includes user IP address, length of time viewing, clicks and on-page engagement. We do not collect or process sensitive personal information like bank or credit card details. All data is stored in two places, both inside the EU, our Virtus data centre in London and on the Amazon Web Services platform in the EU-West-1 Region (Ireland). Both data centres are compliant to ISO27001, ISO9001 and ISO14001 accreditation. Data access is tightly controlled to authorised members of the streamGo team only. We take data security very seriously.
For more information on our data policies please head to streamgo.co.uk/data.
Pre-recording your webinar content is a great option, especially if you have first-time or nervous webinar presenters, as it allows them to feel more confident and less pressured knowing they have an option to re-record or edit any mistakes. The webinar can still be streamed as though live, and your attendees will never know the difference! Sometimes this is known as scheduled + live.
Keeping your webinar audience engaged is every bit as important as getting them to attend in the first place, so we recommend making your webinar interactive.
Live polling is a great way to get an instant snap-shot of your attendees’ thoughts on a certain topic, and you can display the results immediately on closing the poll – just be prepared for the results not to be what you expect!
Q&A sessions at the end of a live webinar are also important to allow attendees to interact, and our reporting platform tracks every question asked, so even if you can’t cover each one in the live webinar, it’s a great resource and way to engage with your webinar attendees after the event.