GetVokl's 6 Tips For Smart Virtual Engagement

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Livestreaming has become commonplace... the new social hour. So much so that people are creating and watching live video across multiple platforms all hours of the day and night. There are some creators who have turned livestreaming into a profitable business, and businesses who have realized that livestreaming is a great way to connect to and engage with their target market. While hitting the live button may seem easy, it may not be enough if you want to reach more people and have an impact. Podcasters in particular are asking themselves how to adopt livestreaming to interact with their fans. 

GetVokl has created a solution for this and calls it interactive podcasting. What is GetVoki? It's an app that allows creators to livestream across multiple platforms at one time. It's free to use and ideal for podcasters, coaches, teachers, bloggers, reporters, or others who want their livestream to reach people on multiple platforms.  

"Interactive podcasting is a great way to connect with people and to build an audience," explains Alexander Riesenkampff, the chief executive officer of GetVokl, a livestreaming platform. 

Livestreaming, for those who want to make an impact and build an audience, requires more than just going live and hoping all goes well. With some pre-planning, those who livestream on a regular basis can reach more people and have a bigger impact. 

Here are 6 tips for making your livestreaming more engaging and lucrative:

  • Use multiple platforms. One of the biggest mistakes made is only livestreaming on one platform. By using an app like GetVokl, you will be able to have your livestream go across multiple platforms at the same time. This will save you the effort of trying to share it later, and gives people the ability to watch you live, no matter which platform they use. At the same time, your livestream can be on Facebook, Periscope, YouTube and Twitch.
  • Body language counts. Pay attention to your body language when you go live. Your body language will either make people bored or can help engage and keep them interested. Consider your clothing as well, opting for solid colors, so that it's not distracting, or something that ties into what you are livestreaming about. Look people in the eye, and pay attention to your posture so you appear interested and engaged.
  • Have the right tools. Being a successful livestreamer requires that you have the right tools and that you are always ready to go live. You should have all the things needed to do your style of livestreaming, including backup power, microphones, good backdrop, webcam, and solid internet connection, etc. The last thing you want to do is have a dead battery as you are trying to livestream from an event. Make sure you don't have any background noises and turn off sources of interruptions like phone ringers etc.
  • Broadcast regularly. In order to build and keep an audience, people need to hear from you regularly. If they don't, you won't have much of an impact. The most successful livestreamers broadcast regularly, so that people get used to seeing and hearing from them.
  • Timing matters. The analytics matter. Pay attention when you post your livestreaming events so that you can review the analytics after. Nail down when it is that your audience is more active and engaged. If you learn from your research that your target market is more active online at 8 p.m., then it is best to aim for that time slot to go live, rather than at noon. This way you will maximize your viewership and engagement. Try and go live at least once a week and ideally at the same time to build a habit with your audience. 
  • Get tips. Many viewers would offer tips or donations to podcasters and livestreamers, but they don't know how. Using something like the VCoin features that is within GetVokl takes care of that for you, as it allows people to make a tip or donation as the livestreaming takes place. 

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To learn more about how VCoin works, watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qroHqQY0IjY&feature=youtu.be

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