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Raise Your Business
with Live Video Broadcasting
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Mobile apps that turn your cellphone into live video broadcasting devices are exploding right now. Randy believes this will be the single most powerful tool speakers will have for the next few years. In fact, Randy retired from doing live speeches to concentrate on digital platforms like online learning platforms and Periscope.
He believes that for people who want to connect with their tribe, live broadcasting apps like Periscope and Meerkat will be bigger and better than blogs, Facebook, YouTube or Twitter. Nothing else will come close.
Reasons: It’s video, it allows interaction (people can comment, ask questions, give you hearts to show support) and most importantly, it’s LIVE. When that alert comes, it creates a sense of urgency that nothing else can match right now. You see who is watching real-time and can interact with them live.
If you feel you’ve been behind the curve on other social media, join us to be on the front edge of this easy-to-use tool that can change your business. If you were to focus on using just one social media platform, this is the one to master. And you can do so quickly using Randy’s suggestions.
Randy reveals how speakers can utilize live broadcasting to grow and connect with their tribe.
You will learn:
- What platform you should choose
- How to develop a following
- Top tips for creating great content
- Best practices for growing viewership, and
- How to monetize the platform.
More about our guest expert:
Randy Gage is a thought-provoking critical thinker who will make you approach your business — and your life — in a whole new way. He is the author of ten books translated into 25 languages, including the New York Times bestseller, Risky Is the New Safe. Randy has spoken to more than two million people across more than 50 countries, and is a member of the Speakers Hall of Fame. When he is not prowling the podium or locked in his lonely writer’s garret, you’ll probably find him playing 3rd base on a softball field somewhere.