Thanks to Our Customers, We Ranked #8 on the list of Top 20 Most Popular Web Conferencing Software
Here at FreeConference.com, we’re always trying to go above and beyond for our customers. Most of the time, seeing great reviews and awesome social interactions is all we need by way of thanks, but every once in a while, we are humbled to be mentioned externally for our efforts.
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What is Capterra?
Capterra is a free product review & comparison website that helps users to find the perfect software for their needs. On October 25th, they put together a list of the Top 20 Most Popular Web Conferencing Software. Out of over 100+ web conferencing businesses listed on the site, FreeConference.com was ranked #8 on the list. Hooray!
The infographic that Capterra created breaks down each business by customers, users, number of reviews, likes, Instagram followers, and Twitter followers, calculating all of that information to determine the most popular web conferencing software. FreeConference.com was chosen out of over 100 other web conferencing businesses, some of which were much larger by comparison.
FreeConference.com is grateful to be mentioned on Capterra’s ranking, and although we were edged out in some categories, we’re happy to say that this is proof that we are always improving.
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