Blake has gone Live! Watch out World
Going Live on Facebook is not a new thing, and there really is nothing to worry about, no one really needs to watch out. However, it was my first time going live in a way that would use the Webcam and Screencasting via Facebook. There are a lot of moving parts when you do a live webcast like this and anything could have gone wrong! Gladly, nothing did. The audio was great, the video looked awesome, and the show went off without a hitch!
I wanted to do something different with my live events. There are a lot of people doing Live Events now via Facebook, Periscope, Google +, YouTube, the list goes on. Everyone brings a new idea to the livestream atmosphere and they also add their own personal flair to it, which is awesome! I decided to make mine more like the webinars I am used to. After all, I have conducted 22 for Topaz Labs and two recently for ON1.
I decided to make mine more like the webinars I am used to. After all, I have conducted 22 for Topaz Labs and two recently for ON1. I like the spontaneity of “Get on Live and Teach” mixed with good solid education. So I guess that is what you can expect to see from now on with my Facebook Live Events. I haven’t quite settled on a Time and date nor a frequency, but I will nail that part down. It is safe to say, I got the hard part out of the way with this first one, now I just need to replicate it 🙂
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