Run your very own webinars for FREE. No strings attached whatsoever.

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Little known webinar tool will revolutionize your business! Conduct webinars, share computer desktops, provide remote assistance to partners and customers and more, all for only... $0.00 a month (for now at least)!

Oh, the recording volume is kinda high so be sure to turn down your speakers a bit.

For free conference calls just go to


*** Update 11/29/2008 ***

Since the posting of this video Zoho has finally started charging for it service.  It remains FREE for 1-on-1web conferencing, and the monthly fees are very very affordable (starting at $12/month for 5).


Jerry Chen 


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Zoho meeting

Thanks for sharing Jerry. There is also for webinars. If you have an engineering background you may know about it. I think it's a software you have to have on your computer but it was a 30-day free trial at the time. Great demo video.

Simone Hardy — Wed, 08/27/2008 - 8:28am


Thanks so much for sharing this Jerry!  My team could definitely use this.  We currently use GoTo Meeting, but this will make it easy for the whole team to do presentations whenever and wherever they want.




Andre Page — Wed, 08/27/2008 - 3:47pm

Great Info Jerry!

I look forward to using this amazing tool in the near future! Thanks for the post!

Logan Wandell — Wed, 08/27/2008 - 6:33pm

To give is to receive.

Glad you guys find it useful. It's time for me to give to the community!

Have a great weekend everyone.


Jerry Chen — Fri, 08/29/2008 - 12:19am

Thank You Jerry KnowledgeIP very correct

Appreciate finding out about this because we do use gotomeeting however to have a tool others on the team can utilize is fantastic, so again thank you

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Madiba Thompson — Thu, 09/04/2008 - 11:14pm

I just found out about ZoHo yesterday!

How interesting! I was just told about this tool yeaterday as a brainstorming tool. I didn't know it also had a webinar service as well.


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Malika Duke — Sat, 09/06/2008 - 12:01am

Live example

I do a weekly webinar every Monday if you want to experience a live example of how this works (as a participant). Please see the updated description above.

Jerry Chen — Tue, 09/09/2008 - 12:32am

free stuff


free stuff that works is always good

Thanks for share'n

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Jack Thiel — Thu, 09/11/2008 - 8:33pm

Thank you so much for sharing your expertise

This is awesome information.  I've been searching for a free, user-friendly webinar service and your video was to-the-point and did Zoho a great service as a promo spot.  I can't wait to implement this with my team. - Linda

Linda Smith — Tue, 09/23/2008 - 2:41pm

Great Info

This was a blessing!! We have been looking for a free webinar service provider - thank you!!!!!!



Alison Feliciano — Wed, 09/24/2008 - 6:00am


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Jerry Chen — Sat, 09/27/2008 - 3:16am

free webinar post

Hey Jerry,

 Thanks for the timely info. A friend of mine has been looking for this service. Sure it`ll come in handy. Much obliged. lb

Lindy Barron — Tue, 09/30/2008 - 2:00pm

This is cool, thank you for

This is cool, thank you for posting this, definitely will be helpful for my team.

Karen Umstattd

Karen Umstattd — Wed, 10/01/2008 - 5:46am

I passed this on to my web

I passed this on to my web host and he is totally stoked by it! Thanks again.

susan coils — Sat, 10/04/2008 - 6:30pm

Hi Jerry, Pretty nice video

Hi Jerry,

Pretty nice video you have put together. Thanks a bunch !

We have done many improvements since our Beta launch. Notably, added Remote Assistance to support your customers, better performance etc.
As you noted correctly, we have also announced pricing a few months back, there is, of course a free edition for individuals.

And yes, there will also be a FREE trial (14 day or 30 day), with full features, multiple participants, voice conferencing etc. !!
Many thanks once again !


SRK SRK — Thu, 01/15/2009 - 2:30pm

Thank you Jerry

I have been looking for a free way to conduct webinars! Can't wait to check out Zoho. Thanks for sharing and for putting together the brief tutorial.

Linda Colgan, Wilton, Connecticut


Linda Colgan — Thu, 02/12/2009 - 10:03am



If you like the video please rate it.


Jerry Chen — Tue, 02/24/2009 - 4:39am

Zoho questions

Hi, Jerry.

I'd like to conduct Webinars for my video biography company, but I'll need to be able to carry on two-way conversations with the attendees. Does Zoho have this capability? Also, if I play a video on my desktop during the Webinar, will attendees be able to see it?

Steve Pender

Steve Pender — Wed, 04/15/2009 - 5:28pm


From what I understand, most webinar services do not include VoIP.  The only one I know of is GotoWebinar.  Zoho does not have audio support.  And since I posted this video Zoho's policy's changed. It's now Free for 1-on-1 webinar only.

Here's a new video I made regarding free webinar tools (a demo included)

Hope this helps.

Jerry Chen — Wed, 04/15/2009 - 6:39pm

No ZOHO, how about VNC?

Take a deep breath--some cool, free techie
stuff follows. Take another breath--you're
going to do just fine...

Install VNC ( share the Java
port 5800, go to


and get your IP address eg.,,
then go to

and run the check on your VNC connection. This
checks only the 5900 port. The 5800 port is usually

Then sit in front of your computer, open VNC,
give it a connection password, and have everyone
open a web browser and point to

and after they provide a password, they'll be able
to see your desktop. You've just added the ability
to have unlimited number of viewers watch your
computer screen, and you're in complete control.

Best of all--it's free.

Doug Parker
Orlando FL

Doug Parker — Mon, 05/04/2009 - 1:36pm

yeah VNC is fantastic. the

yeah VNC is fantastic. the jpeg compression it uses isn't that sophisticated though, but due to the encryption gotowebinar doesn't feel any faster.

john hugley — Thu, 07/02/2009 - 9:36pm

Interactive Question

I'm trying to find a way to conduct a research session with respondents which would involve a product demonstration and then ask questions to get feedback. I watched the video (very helpful) and read posts, sounds like zoho would not work because of audio. Would VNC, or Skype? Ideally I'd like the session recorded. Thoughts? Thanks so much!

Kara O'Brien — Fri, 10/30/2009 - 8:16am

Zoho Audio


We (Zoho) do have Audio conferencing features across 13 countries. Participants can dial in a local number and join the conference.
Please view this for more info.

You can also 'reserve' your own Audio number/PIN by logging into and creating a web-meeting.

Btw, we are also working on the VOIP implementation, it is expected to be out in the coming months.

Best Regards

SRK SRK — Tue, 11/24/2009 - 8:30am

Let's not forget to mention

Let's not forget to mention the benefit of travel savings. Gone is the need to purchase plane tickets or to fill a car up with gas. Not only is this a savings for the company but for the individual as well. It also creates a time savings as well. Gone is the worry of everyone arriving on time at the GoToMeeting. With the help of the web conference service, everyone simply needs to be in front of their gotomeeting review computer at the correct time. Depending upon the requirements that you have for your meeting will direct you to the type of web conferencing that you will need. Many companies offer you the opportunity to be able to record your meetings so that the participants can go back and view it at a later date and time.

Darren Parks — Wed, 12/16/2009 - 6:06am

Jerry, this is awesome!

Jerry, this is awesome! Thanks for sharing the info on this great free tool. I always love FREE :)

I had been using Gotomeeting before and paid $50/months. That can get very expensive.

I'll give Zoho a try.

Thanks again and have a great day!

Ilka Flood — Wed, 03/17/2010 - 11:43am

Excellent Resource Jerry!

Hi Jerry,

This is pretty cool! Having webinars to meet with your team and clients is very much needed. I've tried as well but go to meeting and go to webinar like you've stated may be an option for those who want to spend in their budget. I'll be sharing this video with others on twitter and fb. Have a wonderful day!

Charlotte Howard — Wed, 03/17/2010 - 10:37pm

DimDim is Better than Zoho and Goto Meeting

While I was consulting in the Network Marketing industry and building marketing platforms I spoke with the team over at and also I learned a lot about their systems.

Both are great products and free. For sharing your screen and doing a presentation like webinars I think DimDim is much better. Plus the ease of use in joining a webinar is simple.

Where Vyew shines is that it has the ability to create a notebook presentation where people can go back to the notebook anytime they want. So the notebook is persistent. For example, let's say you created a presentation, your prospect could look at the presentation, make notes, and then you could see where they had questions.

When I asked them about the lag between presenter and viewer they were only millisecond behind GotoMeeting. By now they are right on par.

Greatest pro behind DimDim and Vyew vs. GoTo Meeting/Webinar... no software needs to be installed.

For quick and easy webinars I recommend DimDim.

Remember, the more your prospect has to do to hear what you have to say the less likely they will be engaged when you say what you have to say. Remove as much friction as possible.

Tony Bianco — Thu, 03/18/2010 - 11:17am

thank you for your post

It is great to learn about tools and tips that improve effectiveness online.

Cheryl MacNaughton — Tue, 05/11/2010 - 12:46pm

Free Webinar Service for larger meetings

If you want to hold webinars and not just small collaborative meetings, is the only free webinar service that I've found that offers meeting sizes up to 150 people.

It's great and you can't beat the price :)

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