Sometimes you might actually want to limit the reach of your live video content. Read more to learn how to control access to your live videos and why it's important.
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We’re certainly not suggesting that you forgo live video. In fact, we think it’s the combination of the real-time benefits of going live with the sustainability of replay views that make this medium so great.
The call to action, or CTA, is where you let viewers know what you want them to do, and it should support the goal you set for the broadcast or livestream.
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For an interview-style live video, great content starts with the interviewer. And as the interviewer, it's up to you to lead the discussion in a way that puts your guest at ease and captures your audience's attention.
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There are several different options, but at Switcher Studio, we recommend Facebook Live.