Top 5 Zoom Alternatives For Better Remote Communication

Top 5 Zoom Alternatives For Better Remote Communication
With everyone flocking to zoom, you might be finding the service lagging in, behaving a bit more unreliable than usual.

You might also be concerned about the recent privacy and security issues that have been coming to light, but it looks like remote communication is here to stay.

So we wanted to give you a virtual hand by rounding up a list of great zoom alternatives. We’ve sorted Digo Marketing Account our picks into four categories.

Sales and marketing
Team communication.
Customer support
Simple calls.
Let me take you on a tour of some of our favorites.

Meet Fox
First up, there’s Meet Fox, which we recommend for consultants and coaches who want to say goodbye to day to day administration. This no download alternative enables you to book and host video meetings and get paid all in one place bonus.]

Live Webinar
If you’re looking to create an ultra interactive experience for your audience, then Live Webinar is the tool for you. You can live stream your webinars to various platforms, customize a meeting room to boost brand recognition and add polls to interact with viewers. Plus, make sure your people are engaged even when you’re not in the place with video pop-ups.

Be Live
The third tool I want to highlight Be Live, which, if you can’t tell by the name, help you believe this is every live streamer, new best friend because it makes it way more comfortable for you to engage with your audience in real-time and even plan videos when you’d instead be kicking back on the couch.

Eight by eight
Next up is an entirely free meeting tool called 8×8, a popular choice among professionals for meetings with fewer than 50 people. Unlimited sessions, unlimited duration, eight by eight is a gift that seriously keeps on giving for internal meetings that result in action items. We recommend the Ueber conference. It’s an extremely easy to use intuitive interface that requires no download but does come with a custom hold music feature.

Skype
Our 5th and final tool is an oldie but goodie Skype.

This probably isn’t the first piece of tech you’d think of when it comes to professional online meetings. But the classic communication tool lets you host video calls for up to 50 people for free. It’s perfect for get-togethers with family friends and happy hours or to catch up with a client. We know the best video conferencing tool depends on several factors, including your use case customers’ goals in the budget.