ZenBusiness is a fast and easy way for anyone to start a business. Select your state, and the company will walk you step-by-step to complete the process.
It only takes about 10 minutes to get set up–and then you know all of your business formation paperwork is filed the right way, the first time.
ZenBusiness provides LLC services, incorporation services, and registered agent services. The company also helps with DBA (doing business as) names, EIN services, business name reservation, and much more.
While ZenBusiness has a wide range of offerings, the LLC services are definitely the most popular.
Want to jump straight to the answer? The best video conferencing service for most people is GoToMeeting or RingCentral.
Video conferencing software has to work perfectly, or it doesn’t really work at all. If there’s any lag in the video, it’s nearly impossible to have a conversation. If someone doesn’t get the invite, you may have to reschedule.
Below you’ll find my top picks for video conferencing services. These are affordable, reliable, secure options your business can depend on.
The 8 Best Video Conferencing Services
GoToMeeting — Best video conferencing service for small businesses
RingCentral — Best video conferencing service with VoIP business phone plans.
ClickMeeting — Best video conferencing software for webinars.
Zoho Meeting — Affordable video conferencing service with basic features.
Microsoft Teams — Best video conferencing software for internal communication.
Zoom — Best video conferencing service for scalability.
Join.me — Annual contract video conferencing plans for small meetings.
Webex — Best video conferencing software for cloud collaboration.
These video conferencing services are not ranked— all have pros and cons. Use the in-depth reviews below to compare them, and find the one that works best for your needs.
GoToMeeting – Best Video Conferencing Service For Small Businesses
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In this guide, though, I focus on an excellent cloud-based phone solution called Google Voice.
Read on as I walk you through you how to set up Google Voice conference calls for professional and personal use.
What is Google Voice Conference Calling?
A conference call is an audio or video call involving multiple participants. You can hold and attend conference calls on Google Voice.
People can join the meeting by dialing a number, which will connect them to a conference bridge. This bridge consists of virtual rooms where multiple people can host or join meetings.
Google Voice uses Google Hangouts to complete conference calls, though it doesn’t require you to have a separate, dedicated conference line in either app to host or join the calls. So when you make a conference call via Google Voice, you’ll have a dedicated space within your account with anytime-anywhere access to host a conference call.