There are two kinds of free webinars available: paid webinars and free webinars. With a paid webinar, you need to pay for the service fee to get access to the webinar; for a free webinar, you simply have to attend the webinar and you will be able to watch the free version afterwards. It is important to remember that paying webinars are not like regular broadcasts where the host will just say what he or she has to say about an event without giving any feedback to the participants. Instead, in paid webinars, the host will usually have some kind of feedback, which can either be email notifications or live streaming on the screen so that you can listen to what the host has to say.
When it comes to the free webinar, there are no webinar hosting companies who would allow anyone to participate and watch a webinar without paying the hosting fees. In other words, if you are going to register and pay for a webinar and you are unable to view the webinar, then you will have to pay again for the same service or at least for the registration fee. There are also webinars that offer free registration but do not offer any other forms of feedback or services. For example, there are webinars that give people the option of registering to be notified when they are due for the next webinar. Also check 2020 webinars, how to record a webinar and zoom webinar.
Free webinars are usually hosted by third party companies so that you will be able to watch the free version of the webinar anytime and anywhere as long as you have an internet connection. In these webinars, the host does most of the work for you; all you need to do is just pay for the webinar and let the host handle everything else. Some hosts offer free trial periods where you can try out their services and test the webinar before you actually make a payment for the webinar hosting.
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