Experimenting with Facebook Live

Tim Oprah4Facebook Live is something that I’ve been experimenting with my client Tim Storey, who’s been a speaker, life coach, & author for over 30 years. After being on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday and speaking at Super Soul Sessions last year, his audience has grown by leaps and bounds. The strategy is evolving as we go along. The agenda…to reach and engage more people at one time at a low cost.

Earlier this month, we went Live, behind the scenes for 30 minutes, before The Study Hollywood, a unique evening in Hollywood, CA with emerging creatives, entrepreneurs, and dreamers…interviewing attendees, peeking in on sound checks, and expounding on the vision of the event. Then just this week, we experimented with an hour long World Shakers Summit Q&A, Live from Tim’s home office in LA.

The World Shakers Summit Q&A involved live Q&A with fans all over the world and will most likely become a weekly event. We had people from South Africa, Scandinavia, U.K., and throughout the United States. We had over 520,000 reached, over 15,000 views, and over 1,300 comments. We announced it about 8 hours prior to going live (and threw $100 towards boosting the post), with a quick reminder about 40 minutes prior. We had a couple hiccups minutes before going live while we attempted to use Telestream’s Wirecast studio software on an iMac with a NESSIE Blue Mic. Unfortunately, we could not get it to work properly, but because we had to go live, we just used an iPhone 6. We had two people (including myself) going through the live feed and pulling questions (via an LG phone and Macbook Air). To mix it up a bit, we invited a some guests to jump in and add insight and help answer some questions. We received tons of great feedback and had sign up for both his personal One on One Life Coaching, as well as his Visit Tim’s Facebook Page at https://Facebook.com/TimStoreyOfficial.

Although, it’s still fairly new, Facebook Live is going to change the game for brands, individuals, to reach and most importantly engage with a diverse audience…at a very lost cost.

 

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