Demio vs. BigMarker Comparison: Alternative Web Conferencing Platform Review

Digital marketers and co-founders of Demio, Wyatt Jozwowski and David Abrams, have published a new comparative review of Demio and BigMarker, which clarifies the differences between the two web conferencing platforms.

Tampa, United States - October 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Wyatt Jozwowski and David Abrams, co-founders of Demio, have announced that they have published a new comparative review of Demio and BigMarker. The article is aimed at helping businesses make a more educated decision when choosing a web conferencing software for their marketing campaigns.

More information can be found at: https://demio.com/compare-bigmarker-vs-demio.

Webinars are a powerful tool in any business arsenal because they help businesses communicate with prospective clients, deliver a sales pitch, convert new contacts and get an ROI faster. Many companies use webinars also to build a strong position on the market for their brand, to generate new leads and establish relationships.

Understanding the importance of webinars from the business standpoint, the co-founders of Demio, Wyatt Jozwowski and David Abrams, have developed a powerful and delightfully simple webinar platform.

To help users find the best webinar service for their marketing purposes, the Demio team have released a special series of articles that explore different webinar platforms. They have recently published a review in which they compare Demio and BigMarker.

According to the site, BigMarker offers too many choices to the user which leads to a cluttered and overwhelming platform. In contrast, the Demio team is committed to building a powerful platform but with simplicity in mind.

The article highlights that Demio was created for marketing and sales and that’s why it offers the most important and valuable marketing tools in a simple and easy-to-use platform.

Many marketing professionals choose Demio over other webinar platforms because it is a cloud-based system, which means attendees and hosts do not need to download any applications. Besides, Demio allows users to add webinar registrants directly to their CRM and easily integrates with the user’s native integrations.

Webinar hosts praise Demio for making operations such as inviting co-hosts and attendees and sharing screen intuitive. In fact, the article points out that the Demio platform allows organizers to set up a new webinar in less than a minute; to share their camera, screen or both; to play a video during the online event and host webinars by featuring replay videos. Even non-technical users find it easy to host or join a web conference.

Asked about his experience with webinar platforms, a marketing consultant and Demio user Brad Forbush declared, “There is a lot to love about Demio. The super simple and clean design, its intuitive UI and the super simple yet robust functionality. On top of that, the level of support is amazing. They are quick, efficient, friendly and seem to go the extra mile just about every time.”

Interested parties can learn more about the features of Demio and BigMarker at: https://demio.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Wyatt Jozwowski
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Organization: Demio
Address: 110 South 12th Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246147

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