Live Video Streaming
Live Video Streaming is developing into the next “must have” marketing strategy for 2014. It brings business closer to their customers and provides an excellent opportunity for engagement and brand building. Brought to you by Marcus Seeger, Owner and Video Profit Strategist at Video Experts. For more information please visit http://www.videoexperts.com.au
“Hello, My name is Marcus Seeger, I am the owner and video profit strategist at Video Experts. This weeks video is all about live video streaming. It may be something you have considered for your business or it maybe something completely new for you.
So, in this video we are going to briefly explore what live video streaming is and how it can apply to your business.
So in 2013 we started to see the live streaming of events starting to take hold. We saw events such as Wimbledon, Glastonbury, the Super Bowl and Melbourne’s own remote control tourist!
Forbes magazine has predicted that in 2014 a huge surge in Live Video Streaming for 2014. So how can you benefit from this in your business?
Well, you might consider a live streaming event for yourself. Such as a “round table” of experts in related fields that you can host. You could also consider a live Q and a event. You could consider a product launch being live streamed. These are just some examples and really the sky is the limit.
Keep in mind the following for tips that will really maximise you investment (courtesy of Reel SEO)
Firstly, make sure you have chosen an event that it really live video streaming worthy.
Secondly, make sure that you build up a momentum and a buzz around the event to build up the excitement and and the interaction on the day of the event.
Thirdly, ensure that your viewers can interact with you via a chat that might be built into the stream or through twitter or Facebook for example. You really want people to be able to engage, ask questions and respond to the live event.
Fourthly, we just want to make sure that technically, that everything flows smoothly for your live event. And with that in mind, a bit of research is required to find the best platform for you to host your stream. There are companies such as livestream, ustream, hangouts, youtube live, just to name a few that can help live stream your event.
So, on that note, just to let you guys know, the first Monday of every month is now going to be a Video Experts live Q and A, so stay tuned for more information.
Thank you so much for watching! I really hope this has given you some ideas and insight into live video streaming and how it can work for your business.
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Thanks again, you have been listening to Marcus Seeger from Video Experts. Have a great day.”