About 6 months ago, Twitter unveiled Periscope – a live streaming app and social network. Since then, the world has gone BONKERS for Periscope!
Are you using Periscope? If so, you can find me there – my username is @crissyherron
If you’re not using Periscope, you should be! It’s a great way to connect with your audience (and reach new people!)
Over 10 million people have signed up for Periscope since it was launched – and like I said, that was just 6 months ago!
You can use Periscope in a variety of ways –
- Broadcast live events as they are happening
- Host a scheduled Q&A
- Pop in to say a quick “hello” to your audience and give them any updates on what you have going on in your business or life
Because Periscope is live streaming your audience can interact with you, type in questions, and also interact with other viewers.
You get immediate feedback – in the form of “hearts” if someone likes what you’re saying or by the viewers’ questions & comments
People who follow you and choose to get notifications will be notified each time you have a live broadcast, and other users can find you by just looking at whoever is live at the moment. You never know who may stumble into your broadcast.
Because the app is owned by Twitter, your Twitter followers will also see a post whenever you go live. Your followers may retweet these – and that can bring even more people into your broadcast.
And, you can always save your broadcasts and then upload them to YouTube and your blog later, to get even more bang for your content buck!
I’ve put together a 13 page workbook on How To Use Periscope, along with a 4 page checklist – and you can get them both for just $7
You’ll Learn The Following:
- What Is Periscope?
- Creating & Managing Your Account
- Choosing Your Username
- Editing Your Profile & Profile Picture
- Navigating Periscope Tabs
- Broadcasting On Periscope
- How To Get More Likes
- How To Find People To Follow
- Growing Your Audience
- How To Use Periscope For Business
- How To Use Periscope To Grow Your Email List
The normal price will be $17 – so grab the introductory price of only $7 while you can!