If you find you need more than just a call or even a video chat for your meeting, you can find many tools that let you share screens and work together online with a few people or many.
One of my favorites is AnyMeeting, which lets you share your screen with up to 200 people for free, with session recordings, audio (phone or online) and other amazing features with its basic plan. And if you sell tickets to your event (integrated into the registration system), AnyMeeting takes a small portion and upgrades you to the ad-free version.
AnyMeeting is also a great choice if your presentation includes video because it allows you to play a YouTube video that runs locally on each attendee’s connection rather than through the streaming presentation (which makes it looks like a French Impressionist painting). The best feature about this free tool is that it allows you to schedule the events in advance, as opposed to my second-favorite free screensharing tool, join.me.
AnyMeeting made Beth’s Top Meeting Tools list!