How To Livestream A Virtual Event

How To Livestream A Virtual Event

Live streaming across social media, YouTube & custom sites is a method to create, build & engage an immersed audience. 

Without implementing a secure live stream for your next event, you will miss out on countless opportunities to connect with your audience. 

In this article, we are outlining how anyone can Livestream across digital platforms. Learn why live streaming is important & how to integrate it into your event strategy. 


WHY IS LIVE STREAMING IMPORTANT? 


Live streaming is live TV reinvented. People are more engaged with the human aspects of live content than pre-created & modified content because being live develops a more personal touch. With this personal touch, individuals & brands can build a connection with your audience at a more granular level to portray their messaging. 


HOW TO LIVE STREAM & HOW TO GET PEOPLE TO WATCH:


To get people onto your live stream, you will first have to have engaging content that people will want to watch. Using TeeVids storyboards, brands & individuals can produce their immersive video content before going live. 

Once your event storyboard is ready, it's vital to understand how you will get people to watch. 


FACEBOOK & YOUTUBE LIVE:


If you are looking to build upon your audience or engage a current one, YouTube & Facebook Live is a cost-effective method to communicate with your audience at scale & build that personal connection we were speaking about previously.   

Facebook & YouTube are encouraging people to use live streaming functions by increasing the amount of organic reach (amount of people you impress without paying) more so than a simple post. 

To go live on Facebook or Youtube, through TeeVid your live-streamed event on those channels is only a click away through the dashboard! 



ON-SITE INTEGRATION


Through integrations, you can have your live event sit upon a site of your own. Having your event on your platform provides a fully customizable process where a variety of event types can be created including:

To get people signed up a useful method is to set up digital ad campaigns (Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, or Twitter) to a landing page that collects signups or payments. Throughout the campaign, target your ideal attendees showing them what your event is about, why people should join & what they are missing out on if they do not join. 


LIVE STREAM YOUR EVENTS


With TeeVid's end-to-end virtual event experience event planners have all the tools to perform integrated live streams & broadcasted live streams.

Reach out here: today to experience a demo & differentiate your live events.

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