Get unstuck from the silly things that prevent you from launching big on social media
You do everything right but you can’t seem to crack the social media cookie. Social should be driving traffic to your website and you should be seeing content shared and your following increase. You need to discover how to deliver sure shot value through social media and when you do you will see your website traffic explode.
You’ll post a picture of your family and immediately have 15 likes within 30 seconds. An hour later you’re at over 60 likes and a few comments. Follow that up with a picture of your latest greatest product that helped you accomplish a goal and… nothing.
When you’ve found amazing broadcasters on Periscope it will be easy to become addicted to the platform. Every time your go-to scopers launch a scope you’ll grab the phone open the app and start streaming.
The one question I have is why are we addicted to Periscope? What is it about Periscope that has driven folks to favor a small smart phone screen over their 55″ LED TVs for entertainment?
The first Periscope Summit has come and gone and the value hammer has been dropped. In this conversation with Kim Garst, Sue B Zimmerman, Nicole Walters and Ryan Steinolfson I moderate the discussion to extract the answer that everyone has about Periscope: How do I actually make money with Periscope?
You may feel intimidated by the thought of live broadcasting on Periscope. You’ve enjoyed watching others but the idea of having your face on the screen for all to see is a bit much. Fortunately, there are three tips that, if followed, will help generate the confidence you need to launch a successful stream and give you a taste of what Periscope success feels like.
Getting started on Periscope may be a daunting task for you, especially if it’s outside of your comfort zone. Success comes with experience, but there are also a few things you can do to ensure your first experience is a success. I’ve put together my top three tips for Getting started on Periscope and they will give you the confidence you need to launch your first broadcast!
We all started out as dreamers. Now, you may find yourself saying, “I guess this is just what I’m meant to do,” as you consider your current lot in life, but it wasn’t always that way. As a child you were a dreamer. You could do anything you wanted and everyone around you thought it was cute. As you grew something changed and suddenly the word “realistic” became vocabulary you heard more often.
It’s time for you and I to get back to what came naturally to us: dreaming.
When you attend a conference that uses a common hashtag, it can be a bit overwhelming when you first try to engage in the conversations. Dozens of tweets or posts appear every minute and keeping up is tough. Truthfully, it’s a lot easier than it appears to get noticed, be heard and grow your platform but it takes a small hint of intentionality and a willingness to put others ahead of yourself.
If you’ve spent any time scheduling content for Facebook (or any social media channel for that matter) you know how tough it can be to consistently come up with good, quality content. It can definitely be hard but that doesn’t mean that it has to be hard. There is a lot of recycling you can do and in this post I’ll show you three ways you can recycle content to get the most life out of everything you create.