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5 Ways to Look and Feel More Confident on Camera

How to look and feel more confident on camera

How to look and feel more confident on camera

If you’re like most people who are doing live video, you find it exciting and a little scary at the same time. But the thing is, one aspect of live video people find so exciting is that the majority of us are not professional broadcasters. We probably aren’t as polished as our favorite TV talk show host – and that’s OK! It’s not what we expect or want from social video anyway.

Live video is a way to connect with people like us and we understand when someone gets a little nervous.… [Click to Continue Reading]

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How to Repurpose Your Live Videos

How often have you said to yourself, “I wish social media didn’t take so much time?”

Just about everybody who uses social media for business has said that at one time or another – or many times! One way to help free up some time with your social media posts is to repurpose your content! This is true for any type of content you produce, but in this post I want to give you some ways that you can repurpose live videos from Facebook Live and Persicope.

how to repurpose Facebook Live and Periscope live stream videos

People are jumping on the live video bandwagon pretty quickly – and that’s some smart thinking![Click to Continue Reading]

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How to ask for, and get, more reviews for your business

How to get more reviews for your business

Everybody knows how important customer reviews are!

As a consumer, how often do you check with friends and family before buying something or hiring someone to perform a service for you. Those referrals are important! So are online reviews. Many of us turn to Angie’s List, Yelp, Facebook, Google, and many other review websites before deciding to plunk down money for products or services. Most people will also look for reviews on a company’s website too! We expect to see reviews (aka testimonials) to help us make up our mind about a particular company.

As a business owner, it’s in your best interest to ask your customers for reviews.… [Click to Continue Reading]

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The list of live streaming apps is getting longer

list of live streaming video apps

Live streaming video is growing by leaps and bounds. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the new apps though, so I put together this list. Some of these are more popular than others, and most will probably never really catch on. But, the fact there are so many shows how mainstream live video is becoming.

I’m primarily using Periscope and Facebook Live, and have not used most of these, but have made a note on the ones I have tried at least once.

Bidchat – Bidchat (coming soon) – Interact face to face with celebrities, influencers, and experts on a live mobile broadcast.… [Click to Continue Reading]

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Twitter automated direct messages – Good idea or not?

Twitter automated direct messages

 

Direct Messages (aka DMs) on Twitter can be a great way to connect with people. They can also be super annoying and do the exact opposite of what you’re hoping for! I’m especially talking about the automated DMs. If you’ve been on Twitter any length of time, you know the ones I’m talking about. You find somebody interesting, click ‘Follow” and . . . WHAM! You’re hit with an automated message.

Many of them go something like this:

  • Thanks for the follow. I need your help on my Kickstarter / GoFundMe / patreon  Indiegogo  . . . (or some other fundraising website)
  • Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, or _____   (fill in the blank)
  • Hi, can you donate to my charity, _____?   
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