Airmeet is the go-to tool for workshops, webinars and virtual conferences preferred by some of the most successful online communities and startups. Here's why they stand out:
Virtual Conferences & Events : Scale upto a hundred thousand participants seamlessly using their highly engaging platform. The feature could be used to conduct online classes, events, workshops, webinars and other community building events. Hook your audience with meaningful interactions. Check out more about this feature here.
Community Engagement : Use their rich tools (emote, questions, chat, raise hand) to engage the audience. Play pre-recorded video during workshops/fairs - recordings from a speaker/sponsor's ad etc. Increase the footfalls for your event by streaming the video live on YouTube & FB.
Networking : Make use of their virtual ballroom, speed networking (short, crisp conversations) with like minded people, and table chat.
Plan virtual events/job fairs - Facilitate branding space for events, easy ticketing platform, set up booth experience areas, fetch sponsorships - the feel of an offline event with the convenience of being in the comfort of your house.
Here's a comprehensive walkthrough of Airmeet.
They've a free membership that allows you to host smaller events. Check out all the plan here.
Threado Funding and Launch Announcement
Creator communities, learning communities and Brand communities are hot right now! The community has turned out to be the primary source to gather real-time feedback on products/content, to learn about upcoming trends in the industry and to gain loyal followers/users. Communicating with the users/followers through community helps build a stronger relationship than what social media could achieve. Where there's demand, multiple solutions will come up. We've seen a rise of community platforms - chat based as well as forum based ones. In this blog we talk about the two key chat based community players - Slack vs Discord. How do you know which one to go ahead with for your community?