The Live Stream Show

35. 10 ways to ensure that more people will show up on your live videos

The best part about doing live video is having a live audience to engage with. But, there’s nothing more depressing when you go live and you can see that no one is watching. 🙁

So, how do you get people to come and join you when you go live?

In this episode I’m sharing my system to get more live viewers on Facebook Live, on LinkedIn Live and also on Youtube Live.

Here’s my complete breakdown of what you need to do – before you go live, while you’re live and, most importantly, what you can do after you go live – to ensure that more and more people are joining your live streams.

Get out your notepads because this episode is full of takeaways.

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