Guest Blog Post By Lesley Fischer
If you’re on social media, chances are pretty great that you’ve seen a friend or celebrity sharing a video of themselves live.
Live video on social media is changing the way we interact with our audience, each other, and the world.
Facebook is just one recent medium that has fully embraced live video along with YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter (through Periscope).
Live video gives you the ability to interact face to face with your customers in real time.
Just as you would in a store.
As we’ve seen in recent catastrophic events, all four of these platforms have utilized social media and live video to communicate, to connect, and to aid in rescues.
Adding live video to your social media reportage can only enhance your social presence.
It’s wildly interactive, even if it’s an older video that was once live, and is now just on your news feed.
The biggest benefit of live video however is “immediacy”
The truly interactive experience that you get when participating …