This week’s guest should be a familiar face: Chris Ducker is back, and he wants to tell you about all things Periscope.
I’ve known Chris for quite a while. I know that he’s very, very strict with how he spends his time. So when I saw Chris spending time on Periscope, I knew I had to investigate. What I found was a fun, intuitive, and addicting platform for connecting with your audience in an ultra-personal way.
Having learned from the pitfalls of earlier livestreaming applications, Periscope offers a whole new frontier for interacting with your community, personalizing your online presence, and exposing new fans to your business. As an early adopter of Periscope, Chris has gathered some excellent tips and insights about how to get the most out of this platform.
If you have a following of any kind, you’ll want to hear his hot take on what could be the next big thing in online media.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- An expert’s guide to getting started with Periscope.
- What makes Periscope different from other live streaming applications.
- Why Periscope is great for building person-to-person connections.
- Tips and strategies for using Periscope as a content tool.
- The unique ways Periscope fosters community and holds you accountable to your audience.
- Ideas for engaging with your audience in personal and creative ways.
- Chris’ take on Periscope’s “hearts” feature, and more!
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Virtual Staff Finder
- DuckerScope — Chris Ducker on Periscope
- Amy Schmittauer
- Jason Van Orden
- My Recorded Periscope Replays
- SaneBox — Free two week trial and 25% off your membership
- 99Designs — Free $99 power pack of services!
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Huge thanks to Chris for joining me once again this week. Until next time!
Oh, and don’t forget to follow me on Periscope too! @PatFlynn – see you there on the next scope!