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Live Video Marketing Table of Contents

Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5

Why Use Live Video?……………………………………………………………………………… 7

Generating Buzz…………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Conducting Surveys & Research…………………………………………………………… 8

Teaching Something…………………………………………………………………………… 8

Keeping Interest…………………………………………………………………………………. 9

Live Video Platforms…………………………………………………………………………….. 11

Facebook………………………………………………………………………………………… 11

YouTube…………………………………………………………………………………………. 13

Periscope………………………………………………………………………………………… 15

Instagram……………………………………………………………………………………….. 15

Tips For Great Live Shows…………………………………………………………………….. 17

Promoting Your Live Event…………………………………………………………………….. 20

Partnerships…………………………………………………………………………………….. 20

Social Media……………………………………………………………………………………. 21

Giveaways………………………………………………………………………………………. 21

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………………. 22

Resources………………………………………………………………………………………….. 23

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Introduction

Live video is quickly becoming one of the most powerful methods of reaching people. Think about some of the major product releases you (or people you know) have been excited about in recent years. Maybe it was the newest iPhone or MacBook. Maybe it was a really cool I.M. product that was hyped up.

Chances are, live video had a part in all the product’s hype. Apple does live streaming events on a regular basis. Why? Because they work! They make product announcements cool and fun, and people feel like they’re learning something before anyone else, because not everyone is able to watch the live event.

People can make comments and ask questions. Sometimes you’ll even learn more than your listeners!

In fact, many people are using live video in place of webinars, which is actually beneficial for many reasons, such as:

• Webinars usually limit the number of viewers to a relatively small number, while many live video platforms don’t have limits or have much larger viewer limits.
• Many live video methods can promote your live stream for you, even to people who don’t follow you, something webinar platforms can’t do.
• Most live video platforms are free, while webinar platforms usually charge you a one-time or monthly fee.
• People are often more comfortable using Facebook or YouTube, whereas they may not want to download software or learn how to use a new website in order to attend a webinar.

There are many benefits to using live video over webinars!

In this guide, you’re going to learn some of the best ways to use live video to promote your own products and generate the kind of interest companies like Apple do!

So let’s begin.

Why Use Live Video?

In the introduction, we talked about how live video can be huge in generating buzz for a product launch, but that’s not the only use for it. There are several other ways live video can be beneficial to your business.

Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can use live video to bolster your business.

Generating Buzz

Obviously, live video is great for generating buzz. Apple reportedly had more than 20 million people tune in to watch their keynote address in the summer of 2014. 20 million! That’s absolutely astonishing, and you can imagine how much buzz it generated.

But you don’t have to be as big as Apple to make use of live video for generating buzz for product. Even if you don’t have a big list yourself, you can always promote your live event through partnerships and other methods. We’ll talk more about how to promote your live event in a later chapter.

Conducting Surveys & Research

Another great way to use live video is to conduct research. There’s no better way to get feedback than to ask people during a live broadcast, because people are more open to asking questions and giving their opinions during live broadcasts. This is probably because they see others doing so, which gives them the confidence to speak up themselves.

If you’ve tried doing surveys and didn’t get much in the way of results, this can be a great way to encourage people to give feedback.

Teaching Something

Teaching is another great way to use live video, because you can show people how to do something live, and then answer questions right away instead of fielding questions for days or weeks afterwards like you might if you just posted a video online.

That way, if you haven’t been clear enough about a particular step in the process, or you inadvertently left something out, people can let you know right away and you make changes.

Keeping Interest

Keeping interest is another great use for live video. If you have a list or a fan base on social media or some other platform, live events and streams can keep people interested in what you’re doing, what you have to offer, and who you are.

In this day and age, when thousands (even millions) of people are competing for the same eyeballs in certain genres, it pays to keep your audience interested. You want to keep all eyes focused on you as much as possible. People only have so much time to watch content online. Live streams are one way to ensure more people watch yours instead of someone else’s.

Replacing Webinars

You can use live video to replace any kind of webinar you might think of, and you won’t be charged a fee for the privilege. Webinars can be quite costly, and they have viewership limits, but using a platform like YouTube or Facebook is free and they usually have no limits on viewers or have much larger limits than webinars.

Additionally, most people are already comfortable using Facebook or YouTube, but may be reluctant to download special software or learn how to use a new platform just to attend your webinar.

Live video makes a great replacement for webinars, and once you start doing live events, you may never hold another traditional webinar!

You will also be getting a professionally designed high converting squeeze page that you can use to build your email subscriber list!

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As an Added Bonus You will also be getting 7 done for you PLR follow up emails that you can add into your Autoresponder so you can start sending to your new email subscribers immediately after they join your email list!

Here are the email subject lines to the 7 email follow-ups you will be getting in this eBook PLR product.

  1. Title: Live Video For Marketing?
  2. Title: Is Live Video Really Useful?
  3. Title: Ways To Use Live Video
  4. Title: Facebook For Live Video
  5. Title: YouTube For Live Video
  6. Title: Other Live Video Platforms
  7. Title: Common Live Video Mistakes

Here is an example of one of the emails you will be getting

Title: Common Live Video Mistakes

Hello,

Live video is a great platform for marketing, but it’s easier than
you might think to screw it up. But don’t let that deter you!

In this, our final lesson on live video marketing, we’re going to
talk about some of the most common mistakes people make when using
live video for marketing, and what you can do to avoid making them.

One of the biggest mistakes people make is not having a specific
goal in mind for the live video marketing. Or maybe they have a very
generic goal in mind, such as getting more YouTube subscribers or
making more sales.

Sure, it’s fine to have those generic goals in mind, but it’s
important to have specific, measurable goals so you can track your
progress both for motivation and so you can tell whether your
efforts are profitable in terms of the time spent versus the
reward you receive.

Just saying you want more YouTube subscribers isn’t enough. You
should track how many subscribers you’re receiving after each live
broadcast, and whether that number get bigger with each successive
stream. If not, perhaps your time would be better spent on another
platform, such as Facebook, or maybe you’re making some other mistake
that is harming your efforts.

You should also set realistic, achievable goals for yourself that are
specific in nature — such as getting to 1,000 subscribers before
the end of the next month, or gaining at least 100 new subscribers
each month. You can always revise this number if you’re not meeting
it, but having a solid goal will motivate you to keep going until you
reach it.

Another big mistake is not having a plan in mind for each video. You
don’t have to create a script that must be followed to the letter. In
fact, when it comes to live streaming, spontaneity is usually better.
But you should at least have some sort of plan for what you want to
cover in each broadcast, or you might end up with a lot of dead air
that will frustrate viewers.

Each live stream should focus on a specific topic or event.
Additionally, each broadcast should serve a specific purpose, such
as building your list or selling a specific product.

But remember, don’t put TOO much emphasis on selling! Your live
broadcasts should be entertaining, informative, and engaging. If you
focus too much on selling, you’ll just shoot yourself in the foot,
because no one will watch!

This concludes our series on live video marketing. I hope you will
take what you’ve learned and apply it successfully in your
marketing plan.

Good luck!

{YOUR NAME HERE}

PS- Watch for more training on other subjects coming soon!

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