How To Go Live on Facebook

How To Go Live on Facebook // Going live on facebook can be a great way to create content, get you noticed and raise awareness for your business and content. I LOVE going live and so should you. Today I teach you how to live stream on facebook.

How To Go Live on Facebook // Going live on facebook can be a great way to create content, get you noticed and raise awareness for your business and content. I LOVE going live and so should you. Today I teach you how to live stream on facebook.

Facebook Live is by nature an engaging type medium if you allow it to be. One of the things I’ve noticed about it is that the people who interact live with me often start appearing in the comments section of other Facebook posts, blog posts and on Twitter in the days after a live interaction.

I guess there’s something about having had a conversation with someone that triggers an ongoing engagement.

Many people comment that they’ve not seen a FB Live before and as a result I think that in many niches these would really cut through, stand out and get curiosity engagements from those who are following your pages.

This won’t last but at least in the short term if you have a Facebook page with an audience who perhaps is not bloggers/tech savvy early adopters – you might find FB Live gets some good cut through and you might be seen as something of an innovator in your niche for using it.

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