[Infographic] How to Live Stream like a Pro – Beginner’s Guide

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[Infographic] How to Live Stream like a Pro – Beginner’s Guide

In our following livestreaming guide, we are looking at some common concerns that users new to livestreaming face. These include what users can do to gain more audience for their livestream, how to livestream on Facebook and also YouTube.

We also looked at the various benefits of going live. When done right, these virtual get-togethers can be tremendously fruitful for your business and personal brand. The nonprofit landscape is largely about upgraded online giving tools, consider the following benefits as you upgrade your events as well.

  • First, live streaming can be done from the comfort of your home or office, without having to worry about a venue.
  • Conducting test runs of an entire event becomes a possibility, leaving less room for mistakes.
  • Engagement can be generated with the help of advanced live streaming platforms. This can be done in the form of chat boxes and sharing options during broadcast.

Live streaming your masses or events or fundraisers, can help you grow your audience exponentially. It helps you be more visible online and motivates people to watch your livestreams. An add on benefit is that unlike any other medium, live videos give your audience a chance to talk to you in real-time.

Interested yet?

Let’s get stared! This week we will discuss some practical tips and tools on why livestreaming matters and how to livestream like a pro, even if you are just getting started. 

We hope you find this livestreaming guide handy. The most important thing to keep in mind is that the more you stream, the easier it will get. Doing it more often will bring about the confidence that you need to ace your live streaming event. Practice makes perfect and with GiveCentral, you get all the practice that you need. So don’t forget to sign up for a demo trail. 

Want to learn more about going live? Contact us at support@givecentral.org for more information. 

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