One of the transforming ways that you can build a genuinely engaged community and reach more potential customers is through video – and not traditional Internet-based ways of sharing video, such as YouTube. What we’re talking about is Periscope; video that’s “within” social media.
It enables you to create How Tos, live stream interviews or your thoughts or maybe live from an event you’re visiting, host news shows or customer interviews, explain DIY tricks and tips, and even take customers behind the scenes too…all through video and all through social media. What’s great about it is how easy it is to understand and use. That’s because it’s much like other social media platforms: you can like and share items, as well as receive comments from users and engage with like-minded people.How Periscope Can Help Your Business | InfographicClick To Tweet
How Periscope Can Help Your Business
All of those features are probably the reason why it already has about 2 million users who share hundreds of thousands of hours of video a day. And setting up and using an account isn’t that difficult. You’re able to build on your Twitter handle and use your phone or other smart device to create content. Want to learn more? This graphic can help.
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Previously, he was Director at Comms Axis, a full service marketing agency specialising in content, social media & website services for businesses of all sizes.
Dan Purvis writes for a number of leading business, social media and marketing sites, including Smart Insights, MarketingProfs, Marketo, MarTech Advisor, Marketing Tech News, MarTech Today, MarTech Exec, and more.
Dan was also ranked by Brand Republic as one of the Top 50 UK Marketing & Social Media influencers.
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