How To Combine YouTube Videos Without Using The YouTube Video Editor

YouTube’s Video Editor allows you to trim videos that you can’t combine two or more videos together.

What’s the solution?

In this video I’ll show you how to combine or merge two or more videos together using a free online video editor and you won’t even have to install or download anything
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If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

Here are the steps to combine YouTube videos or video clips quickly and easily
using the free online video editor...Kapwing

Step 1.
Download two YouTube videos from your channel that you wish to merge together. If you don’t know how to do this, watch my video on how to download videos from your YouTube channel to your desktop.

Step 2.
Use free online video editor at Kapwing.com
You’ll see all the tools that they have in their arsenal. Keep in mind that if you sign in to create an account, you won’t get a watermark, you can save your content and much more.

Step 3.
Go to video maker to upload video files
Upload or drag and drop your video files. You can also post an image or video URL in the designated box. I’m going to upload a couple of video files from my computer…video 1 and video 2.

Step 4.
Select video size

Select one by one square, 9 by 16 or 16 by 9 which is for YouTube videos. I’ll select 16 my 9 and choose border, zoom and crop to fit inside the screen.

Step 5
Trim the video

Click trim video then click the start box to trim to where you to start the video. If I click end I can move the slider at the end to where I want it to end. Then I play the clip and that’s a clip there click “done”

Now I’m going to do the second video, click trim, turn down the sound and I can move the slider down to where I want to start it. You take the end slider and move it to where I want it to finish. Looks pretty good. I click on the box here I can also move the arrows on the keyboard use these arrows for finer adjustments. After I’ve got everything done, just click done. I’ll play the video.

Step 6.
Merge videos together

Now I’m going to merge the two videos together. I just click create, says your content is being processed. Now I’ve got my two videos modes together. I can sign in to remove the watermark, I highly recommend. You can download it I can edit it, I can copy the link, I can embed it. I can also add text and shapes resize adjust timing or more.

Click open and studio I had text images shapes etcetera. I can also share on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Step 7.
Remove watermark

Sign in to Kapwing to remove the watermark, continue as Google. It says your watermark-free content is being processed. When I check the video it no longer has a watermark on it.

Step 8.
Upload merged video to YouTube.

If you don’t know the correct way to upload your video to YouTube using YouTube studio beta, click the link in a card.

Here’s a BIG TIP…
If you have any outdated content on YouTube link the old video to the new video using cards or in screens. Viewers will be quickly redirected to the new video.

Here are top benefits of using Kapwing to combine multiple videos into one.

  • Free to use.
  • Nothing to download.
  • Combine multiple video clips quickly and easily.
  • Upload as many video clips as you want.
  • Ability to trim your videos.
  • Ability to add text images or shapes to your video.
  • No watermark if you create an account. N
  • Ability to save your content Kapwing with an account.
  • Supports most image, GIF and video files. This includes mp4 MOV, GIF, jpeg, PNG, AVI and more.

    What if you wish to trim an existing video on YouTube without losing views comments and rankings?
    I’m glad you asked. Just watch the next video on how to trim an existing video on YouTube using YouTube’s new video editor.

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How To Share Multiple Links On Instagram Bio

How can I share multiple links on my Instagram bio that go to my free download, go to my latest YouTube video, my YouTube channel and my YouTube marketing course, when Instagram only allows one clickable link on the Instagram bio?

In the video below you’ll discover a clever app you can use plus how to create your own landing page where you can display multiple links. I’ll also discuss the pros and cons of the different options.

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  1. Linktree
    Here’s how Linktree works….
    They give you a link to put in your Instagram bio and when you click on it, it shows multiple links on the page.
    – go to Linktree,
    – click sign Up free,
    – enter your information. Or if you already have an Instagram account, just click sign up with Instagram. It says hi video boot camp Linktree is requesting to do the following, access your basic information,
    – click Authorize. It says get started, we just need to confirm a few details, you’ll be managing your links no time.
    Here’s my Linktree address, my name, I’m going to put on my email. Tell us about yourself, select three categories that best describe your link, creative, influencer, business professional.
    – Check I’m not a robot.
    – I agree to Linktree’s Terms of Service details and select the plans.
    – The free plan includes get unlimited links on your Linktree, see the turnover of times each link has been clicked. See lifetime views on your Linktree, pick from a selection of luxury themes, upload your own profile image Amazon influencer program integration.

    I think this suits most people that want to get Linktree.

    – Alternatively, you can pay $6 per month to get lifetime clicks and views, see daily clicks and views, capture visitors’ email address, removes the Linktree logo. See day-by-day breakdown of link traffic, customization of your colors. Change the title of your Linktree, temporarily send visitors to one link with leap links.

    I don’t need that so I’m just going to go with the free version

    – Click Continue with Free. Thanks for signing up, verify your account. – Verify your Linktree email address.
    – Click verify email. Your account has been verified, continue. It says start by creating your first link.
    – Click the button to add one.
    – Click add new link
    – Put the link in there,
    – click add new link.
    – I have an option to get Linktree Pro, which means I can have a thumbnail priority link and schedule. See link clicks with Pro.
    – Let’s add another link to put latest YouTube video or send people to my videos page.
    – I’m going to put a link to my YouTube channel.
    – I can also move the links around.
    – Now, I’ve got the links named download free YouTube audit. Latest YouTube videos, subscribe to my YouTube channel.
    – I can also click on settings to upload an avatar, which will be my face.
    – I can also select a different theme if I wish from the theme options
    – After I’ve customized everything it says put this URL in your Instagram profile.
    – I’m going to copy the link.
    – I’m going to go to Instagram, click Edit Profile where it says website and it changes to my Linktree link. Click Submit. This is how Linktree looks on my phone (see video).
    – If I tap the link in my Instagram bio, it takes me to my Linktree landing page.
  2. Personal landing page.
    – If I tap on the link in the bio to my personal landing page, I can see my latest video, latest blog post, YouTube channel, YouTube course and landing page download for the free YouTube channel audit.
    – If I tap on latest video, get my latest video at the top of the screen.
    – If I tap on latest blog post, it takes me to my latest blog post on my website.
    – If I tap on YouTube channel, it takes me to my YouTube channel.
    – If I tap on YouTube course, it takes me to a landing page of my YouTube course.
    – If I tap on download free YouTube channel audit, it takes me to my landing page.
    – I’ve got one link in my Instagram bio, it that takes me to a page where I can share multiple links. If I want to change any of those links, I can just go into my web page and change them. I don’t have to go to Instagram.

    Let me show you how to quickly create a landing page for my instagram bio…
    – install the Thrive Architect plugin (click here to watch my review)
    – Log into your website,
    – click dashboard,
    – click install plugins. See I’ve got the Thrive Architect plugin installed. – I’m going to go to pages, add new, add a title.
    – Add a title,
    – under page attributes, select landing.
    – Click Save Draft,
    – click Launch Thrive Architect.
    – Click the plus icon which is add element.
    – Scroll down to the bottom,
    – click style as box. I get a bunch of templates here.
    – I’m going to choose this fancy resource boxes.
    – Click on that,
    – click Choose template.
    – You can just change the title on these like latest YouTube video.
    – To add the link, just click on the button and it says button link here.
    – I put my link in there.

    Now, I’ve got a link from my latest YouTube video, and you can do the same for YouTube channel, your landing page, your course et cetera.

    Perhaps, you only want three links, so you just eliminate one of the boxes by clicking on the trash icon.

    After you’ve done all that, just click Save work. Now, you can preview the page by seeing how it looks on a tablet, phone or desktop.

What are the pros and cons of Linktree?
Pros of Linktree
– Easy to set up,
– share multiple links,
– track for using clicks with a paid option.

Cons of Linktree
– Not on your own domain name,
– unable to include your own branding,
– not free if you upgrade to the pro option.

What are the pros and cons of having a personal landing page?
Pros of personal landing page
– You own domain name,
– customize as you wish,
– include your own branding.
– You own the URL so you’re not taking people off site, viewers know they’re going to the right place.

Cons of personal landing page
– you need a website or a blog and
– need to install the Thrive Active plugin.
– You also need web hosting for your website. If you already have a WordPress website or blog, then you can easily install the Thrive Architect plugin. You can also use it to quickly and easily create hundreds of landing pages.

Let me ask you a question...
What methods do you use to share your links on Instagram?
Post your answer in the comments below. I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too.

Did you know you can also share a clickable link of YouTube video or YouTube channel on IGTV?

Watch the next video on how to share a clickable link from YouTube on IGTV.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

How To Share Your YouTube Link On Instagram To Get More Views & Subscribers

Did know that you can add clickable links on Instagram so you can link to a YouTube video or YouTube channel and get more views and subscribers?

In the video below , you’ll discover the top 6 ways to share a YouTube link on Instagram.

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  1. Instagram bio.
    This is the easiest way to create a clickable link on Instagram.
    – Tap your Instagram app,
    – Tap the people icon at the bottom right,
    – Tap add a profile,
    – Tap website.
    Here you can add the URL to your YouTube video, your YouTube channel or a landing page. As you can see I’ve got a clickable link to my landing page. If I tap the link, that takes me to my landing page.
  2. Instagram post.
    You won’t be able to create a clickable link, but you can create a text link. Just make sure that’s easy to remember.
    – Tap the Instagram app,
    – Tap the profile icon.
    If I tap on one of my postsI see a square video I posted to my profile. As you can see I’ve got the title and the captions beneath my video. I’ve got a description. Here’s a link in the description to all the videos on my YouTube channel. It’s a text link that’s easy to read. I also include this link at the end of the actual video.
  3. Instagram TV (IGTV)
    You can add clickable links in the description of an IGTV video. If I tap on one of my IGTV videos on my phone, I see a preview of it in my profile. It says, “Watch the full IGTV video,” so if I tap on that, it’ll take me to my IGTV video.

    The clickable link can easily be seen when viewed from your desktop, but as you can see it’s not easily viewable from your mobile phone.

    What you have to do is tap the arrow at the top of the screen. Now you can see the description, you can see the clickable link and the hashtags. If I tap on the clickable link it takes me to all the videos on my YouTube channel.

    If I tap on the arrow again it will take me back to the video.

    What I highly recommend is to add a call to action at the end of your IGTV video that tells people to click on the arrow at top of the screen.
  4. Swipe up link to IGTV and on Instagram story.
    Just keep in mind that each story only plays for 15 seconds and only lasts for 24 hours. This doesn’t give much time for viewers to react so make sure the call to action is crystal clear.
    – Tap the Instagram app,
    – Tap your story,
    – Hold down the recording button for a few seconds,
    – Tap the link at the top of the screen
    – Select the IGTV video.
    – Preview the link,
    – Tap done.
    It says call to action added. After you’ve finished, your IGTV video link will appear as a swipe up link in your Instagram story.
  5. Instagram ads.
    Add a clickable link to an Instagram ad if you’re willing to pay for it. View an example of a sponsored ad on my Instagram feed in the video above. If I click on the arrow that says ‘apply now’, it takes me to the landing page.

    When you add links to your Instagram ads make sure they’re highly relevant to the content you’re sharing otherwise you’re wasting your money.
  6. Direct messages.
    Are you keeping track of the messages from your inbox? Direct messaging on Instagram is private so it’s a more personal form of communication. You could start a conversation by reacting to a user’s story or offering help.

    If you reach out to followers with a direct message they’ll appreciate you for treating them as individuals.

    Here’s how to add a clickable link on a direct message on Instagram.
    – Tap on Instagram,
    -Tap the icon at the top right.
    Now you can search for people you want to send a direct message to, but I’m just going to send a direct message to myself.
    – Tap videobootcamp (my Instagram Channel)
    – Tap message.
    – Go to YouTube and copy the link to a video
    – Go back to Instagram,
    – Tap message again,
    – Tap paste
    – Tap send.
    Instagram displays the clickable link, thumbnail image, title and description. If I tap on the link it goes to my video. If I tap on the picture it also goes to my video.
  7. Share multiple links on your Instagram bio
    Perhaps you want to share a link to your website, YouTube video, YouTube channel or landing page. You can use a service like Linktree or Linkinbio to include multiple links.

    Alternatively, create a landing page on your website that contains multiple links, so instead of redirecting people to a page that you don’t own you direct them to your own webpage.

    Just make sure that your landing page is mobile-friendly because most people are viewing Instagram from their mobile phones.

    What are some other ways to promote your YouTube video on social media sites?

    I’m glad you asked, just watch my next video on how you can share YouTube content on multiple social media sites so you can get more views and subscribers.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

How To Post Videos on Instagram TV (IGTV) from YouTube using Computer or Phone

Do you want to expose YouTube content to a larger audience so you can get more views and sales?

In this video you’ll discover how to post YouTube videos on Instagram TV or IGTV from your computer or mobile phone. You’ll get more views and connect with a different audience.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

Here are some of the top benefits of posting your YouTube videos on IGTV.

  • 1 billion people use Instagram every month.
  • You can upload a full video from your desktop or mobile phone.
  • Ability to upload a 15-minute video from your mobile phone or a 60-minute video from your desktop. That means you can upload the full video from YouTube to IGTV without changing its length.
  • Every video can have a title, description, and a cover photo.
  • You can add clickable links in the description.
  • You can add multiple hash tags in the description so people can easily find you on Instagram.
  • A preview of your IGTV video will show up in your Instagram profile. When someone taps on the preview video, they’ll be able to watch the full video on IGTV.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Instagram account
  • Install the Instagram app on your phone,
  • Create an IGTV channel,
  • Upload the MP4 video file to Instagram.
  • Maximum file size for 10-minute videos is 650 megabytes.
  • Maximum file size for 60-minute videos is 3.6 gigabytes.

Here are steps to post a YouTube video on IGTV from your computer.

  • Go to instagram.com.
  • Click the people icon.
  • Click on IGTV.
  • Click upload.
  • Drag and drop your video file.
  • Add a cover image. It must be JPG or PNG file. The minimum recommended size is 492×762 pixels. I created a custom cover image using YouTube stories and Canva, a free online graphics software so I’m going to upload that.
  • Click edit, now you’ll see the image
  • Highlight the image, click open. Enter your title, How To Share YouTube Videos On Instagram To Get More Views.
  • Add a description. You can also post a clickable link (desktop only)
  • Check the box that says post a preview. It says where your video will appear IGTV.
  • Check the box that says IGTV and Facebook page if you want. It says reach more people by making your videos visible on IGTV and your Facebook page, so
  • I can save the draft or I can post. Let’s click save draft. It says uploading..How To Share YouTube Videos On Instagram To Get More Views.
  • It says preparing your videos. Here it is, “Share YouTube video on Instagram.”

    How do you post a video from drafts to IGTV?
  • Click on the video. It says, “Edit video.” Click post. It says, “Don’t close this page until your video is uploaded.” Here’s my video.
  • I click on it. I’ve got my title, got my description, and I’ve got my clickable link here also. That’s how it looks on desktop.

    Let’s see how it looks on the phone.
  • IGTV displays preview in your profile
  • Tap on watch full IGTV video to see the full video.

    Here are the steps to post a Youtube video on IGTV from your mobile phone.
  • Make sure you’ve uploaded the video file from YouTube to your phone.
  • Tap the Instagram app.
  • Tap the IGTV icon at the top right. Tap the plus sign. Tap on the YouTube video file that you uploaded to your camera roll. Tap next.
  • It says, “To select the cover image, choose a frame from your video or an image from your camera roll.” I can select the cover image by just moving the slider to capture a frame from my video.
  • I created a custom image in Canva of 1080×1920 pixels like I showed you previously.
  • I then uploaded it to my camera roll.
  • Select the custom cover image from my camera roll.
  • Tap the plus sign
  • Tap on the image. Now I have my custom cover image.
  • Tap the title. Tap the mic icon. How to use social media to promote YouTube content.
  • Tap the mic icon again to use the voice recorder on your phone. Do you want to expose your YouTube content to different audiences so you can get more views? Discover how to share your YouTube content on social media so you can reach different audiences.
  • Add a clickable link. Add a link to your YouTube channel, your landing page or a product if you wish to. I’m just going to add the URL to my Youtube channel.
  • It says, “Post a preview.” Previews appear on the profile and feed, so if you want to enable that, make sure you slide the slider to the right.
  • Add a profile cover, you don’t need to do that. Facebook and watch, make visible on Facebook. I don’t want to do that, so I’m going to leave that off.

    Now I’m ready to post the video. I almost forgot, I still got to add the hashtags. Go up to description.
  • Leave a couple of spaces.
  • Go to the Notes app on my phone.
  • Tap the screen.
  • Tap select all and tap copy.
  • Tap done.
  • Go back to Instagram and post the hashtags. NNow that I’ve got all my hashtags in there,
  • I can just tap post.
  • If I tap the people icon at the bottom right, then I can see all my videos posted on my profile. For the IGTV video. It says, “Watch full IGTV video.
  • So it’s just providing a preview of my video on the Instagram profile, but people can watch the full video on IGTV.
  • You can see the description below the video and you can see the link below that description. It says, “0.20 seconds remaining.”
  • If I want to keep watching the video, I can just tap keep watching, and I’m now watching the full video.
  • If I tap the icon at the bottom, I can add a comment, a video to my story or if I tap these three dots, I can copy the link, edit it, save it or view the insights. .

Let’s take a look at the video on Instagram from my computer…. If I click on IGTV, I can see all the videos for IGTV. If I click on the video, I can see my title, description, the clickable link, and the hashtags. I

f you view the IGTV video from your desktop, you’ll get the black bars at the top and bottom. This won’t happen when you view it from your mobile phone.

Let me ask you a question, do you currently post YouTube videos on Instagram?

Post your answer in the comments below, I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too.

Here are some important things to keep in mind when you post your YouTube videos on Instagram TV.

Add relevant hashtags.
You can add up to 30 hashtags in your description. Make sure they’re all relevant to the content of your video.

Create a title, description, and cover image that grabs the attention of your viewers.

Add a clickable link in the description. This could be a link to your YouTube channel, lining page, product or service. Keep in mind, your link is only clickable when viewed from a desktop computer, so why not post your whole YouTube video to IGTV?

Respond to comments.
Make sure you engage with your viewers by responding to comments.

Remove YouTube call to actions.
If you’ll ask people to click the link in the card or click the links on your end screen, you might want to remove them before you upload the video to Instagram. If you leave them in there, it won’t make any sense to your Instagram followers.

How can you easily convert a YouTube video to a square video so it looks like this? I’m glad you asked.

Just watch the next video on how you can quickly and easily create a square video for Instagram from YouTube video.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

How To Post A YouTube Video On Instagram To Get More Views & Sales

Do you want to expose your youtube videos to a different audience so you can get more views and sales from all the hard work that you put into creating them?

In this video below you’ll learn how to post a youtube video on Instagram so you can expose your content to a wider audience. Stay tuned to the end of the video to discover a shortcut for posting your youtube videos on Instagram.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

Here’s how to convert your youtube video into a square video so it looks like this on Instagram. You’ll be giving your Instagram viewers a preview of the full video on youtube.

Step 1.
Select the youtube video that you wish to promote. I selected a video file of a live stream I did a couple of weeks ago.

Step 2. 
Add the video file to the timeline in your video editing software.

Step 3.
Select the snippet from your video file. The whole video file was over 44 minutes long, so I just chose a snippet. I removed the majority of it. Now I’ve created a snippet that I want to use for my Instagram video.

Step 4.
Create a new document. In Screenflow video editing software, I go to file… new…. select new document, and from the dropdown I just select Instagram. If you are using different video editing software, just choose width, 640 pixels by height, 640 pixels and timeline frame rate, 30 frames per second. I create the document that’s a square format for Instagram.

Step 5.
Copy the video snippet
Highlight the video file on the timeline. On the Mac, I do Command+C . I go to my new document and paste it into the document. Currently it’s not formatted correctly for square video.

Step 6.
Format the video square video.Highlight the video file and and scale it to fit into the window.

Step 7.
Add text to the top and bottom of your video. In this case I’ve just used the image at the top and added some text at the bottom. If I go further in the video I have an image on my slide and I’ve added the title of my video to the top and then a snippet at the bottom. So if you have a talking head video, the talking head video would be in the middle. After that you just add the top and bottom banners.

At the end of the video, redirect people to your channel. So I’ve got youtube.com/isitebuild/videos, which takes people to all the videos on my channel.

Alternatively, you can put a link to the video in your bio and tell people to click the link in your bio.

Step 8.
Publish a preview video and save it to your desktop. Click file, export, I’m going to name it leads from live then I’m going to make sure it’s 640 by 640 for the resolution, so that it’s 100% of the original, and then I’m going to export it to my desktop.

Step 9.
Transfer the video from your desktop to your phone. Just air drop the video file from the computer to the iPhone.

Step 10.
Upload the video from your phone to Instagram.
– Tap the Instagram App
– Tap the plus sign
– Use the voice recorder to add the caption in the description . After adding the description, add a call to action, which is a redirect link to watch the rest of the video. It links to all the videos on my channel.

Alternatively, you can tell people to check out the link to the video in the bio.

Step 11.
Add Hashtags.
I’ve already created a list of hashtags in my notes app, so I’m just going to copy and paste from there. Here’s an example video on Instagram showing the top and bottom banners on the video.

Here’s a shortcut to create a video clip from a youtube video to post on Instagram from your iPhone.

You can make a square video for Instagram from your youtube video using the video crop app from the app store.

  1. Install the video crop app from the app store.
  2. Tap on the video crop app
  3. Select the youtube video from your camera roll.
  4. Tap Crop
  5. Tap Instagram. Now I’ve got a square video I can upload to Instagram. After you’ve finished, Just tap done.

    Now it says copying video,..this app exports high-resolution video. That’s why it may take some time in video rendering, depending on your video file size. Thanks for your patience .

    If you want to trim and cut the video to reduce the file size just tap trim and cut. And here’s how the Instagram video is displayed on a phone with the top and bottom text added

Here are some places to use square video to promote your youtube content.
– Instagram Feed
– Instagram Stories
– IGTV
– Facebook
– Twitter

Are there other ways to repurpose your youtube videos so you can expose your content to a wider audience?

I’m glad you’re asked. Just watch my next video on how to repurpose video content so you can reach more people.

If you want a grow your YouTube Channel so you can attract more views and subscribers, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide TubeBootCamp.com

How To Overcome Your Fear Of Going Live On YouTube & Connect Directly With Your Audience

I look ugly!
I’m shy!
I don’t sound good!
What will people think?
What if people troll my live?
How do I deal with nasty comments?

These are just some of the excuses that enter your mind when you’re ready to go live. If you’ve been wanting to go live on YouTube but haven’t been able to overcome the fear, watch the video below. You’ll learn the secrets to slaying your fears so you can start live streaming today.

Quick question for you…
What scares you the most about going live on YouTube?
Post your answer in the comments below. I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too.

Let me share a quick story with you...

It took three months for me to overcome my fear of going live on YouTube. When I did, I had so much fun and regretted that I hadn’t gone live earlier.

I simply set a deadline to go live and just did it. All the fears that were in my mind were completely unfounded.

Here are some tips for going live on YouTube, so you can get started today.

  1. Have the correct mindset.
    Focus on the message you’re trying to get across to your audience instead of worrying about how you sound or how you look on camera. Your audience is more interested in your content than how you look or how sound. Pretend you’re talking with your best friend over a cup of coffee. If you envision talking with your best friend instead of a crowd of people, it will be easier to slay your fears. You can also imagine talking with your wife or one of your kids.

    Be relaxed.
    Before you go live, you might want to listen to some music to get you in the right mood. If you find that dancing or jumping around helps you to relax before you go live, just do it.

    Have a glass of water handy.
    Sometimes when I’m speaking, my throat goes dry or I start coughing. If you have a glass of water handy, you can lubricate your throat and continue speaking

    Don’t worry about being perfect
    Just try to be yourself. If you stumble over some words, that’s okay because you’re going live. Ask yourself, what’s the worst that can happen? The worst thing that can happen is that you’re going to die when you go live and that’s not going to happen. One thing you can do before going public, is to practice going live on your phone. Just playback the video and see how good you are.

    Have fun.
    The most important mindset to have when you’re going live, is to have fun with your audience. This will help you to relax and make the live stream go smoothly.

    Now, we’ve talked about how to have the correct mindset, let’s talk about planning your content.
  2. Plan your content.
    If you plan out your content ahead of time, then you won’t run out of things to say.

    Create a list of bullet points you want to cover so you can stay on track during your live. It’s okay to go off-script while live as long as it relates to the content you’re trying to convey.

    Identify the biggest problems of your audience. When you’re planning out your content, you might want to survey your audience and ask them what are the biggest problems they have with the topic you’re trying to discuss. You can then invite them to your live to get the solutions.

    Now that you planned out your content, you want to check if your gear is working correctly.
  3. Check your live streaming gear.
    Make sure your lights are turned on and your camera has the right exposure so you look good on camera. Check the sound, make sure your mic is plugged-in and test the sound levels. If you’re using software like Ecamm Live, you can click on the microphone icon and check your sound levels.

    Check the live streaming software.
    If you’re using live streaming software like Ecamm Live, make sure it’s functioning correctly. I use a Canon M50 when I go live using Ecamm Live software. All I have to do is plug in the USB cord from my camera to my computer.

    I use a Snowball microphone to capture the sound and just plug that into my computer also with the USB cord.

    Click here if you’re interested in the review of Ecamm Live software, the best live streaming software for the Mac.

    Turn off distractions.
    There’s been times when a phone has been ringing during the live stream. Make sure you set it to, do not disturb, while you’re going live. If you got sound notifications turned on from your computer, you might also want to turn them off as well.

    Check your batteries.
    I typically go live for an hour. I have to make sure my battery for my Canon M50 is fully charged because that only lasts for an hour. If you’re using a mobile phone, make sure it’s fully charged.

    Now that you got your gear all set up correctly, you’re ready to go live. I highly recommend doing a dry run before you actually go live. You can do this by setting your privacy settings on YouTube video to private so it won’t be available to the public. If you’re happy with the setup, you’re ready to go live.
  4. Structure your live stream.
    I follow a simple structure for my live stream that I want to share with you.

    Are you ready?

    Start with a hook.
    You always want to think about the audience that is watching the replay so you want to get straight into the meat of the content. Instead of starting off by greeting all the people on the live stream, start off with a hook which can be a question or telling the people what to expect on the live stream. This will help keep the people engaged, that are watching the live stream.

    If you start greeting people from the beginning, you’re going to lose people that are watching the replay. After you’ve introduced your content, introduce yourself and what your channel is about. First-time viewers don’t know who you are and what your channel is about. This is an opportunity for them to subscribe to your channel.

    Make sure you give a strong benefit of why people should subscribe to your channel but keep the introduction really short.

    Now that you’ve hooked your audience, introduce your topic, yourself, and ask people to subscribe to your channel. You can greet your viewers. Spend a few seconds greeting people on the call so you acknowledge their presence.

    I know when I’m attending a live, it’s nice to get some recognition instead of just being a number. If you get some regulars, address them by their first name.

    Present Main Content
    Now that you’ve greeted your viewers, it’s time to get into your main content.

    Tell your viewers to ask their questions at the end of the presentation so you won’t get distracted. You can also tell the audience to put the questions in the chat and you’ll refer to them later.

    You can also remind viewers after a presentation to re-ask the question if you missed it. While you’re presenting your main content, ask the audience to like the video. The engagement activity will help your video get promoted on YouTube after you finished with the live stream.

    Call to actions
    After you’ve finished giving your presentation, what do you want your audience to do?

    It’s an opportunity to recommend one of your products, services, invite people to your Facebook group or check out another video. You can also ask your audience what was the biggest takeaway from the content you’ve presented. Another call to action could be asking for topics for future live streams.

    End your live stream
    Finish off your live stream by thanking everybody for attending and wishing them a great day. You can also remind them if they have any questions that they think of later, to put them in the comments of the live stream replay. This will help others who might have the same questions.

Here are some live streaming tips so you can overcome your fears of going live.

  • You’ll improve with practice.
    The more times you go live, the live streams will go smoother. You’ll also have less fear.
  • Just do it.
    As I mentioned before, I waited three months before I went live on YouTube. After doing it, I regretted that I hadn’t gone live earlier because the fears were unfounded.
  • Get support.
    Get some friends or family members to support you while going live by leaving positive comments on the chat stream. They can cheer you on as you go live.
  • Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
    Realize you’ll be a little uncomfortable on your first live. Your heart will be beating faster and you may be sweating. That’s okay but just go through it. The more you do it, the easier it will become.
  • Keep in mind you can remove any segments you don’t want to appear in the replay by using the YouTube video editor.
    You can edit at the beginning, the end or even remove sections from the middle. The great benefit of editing live stream replay with the YouTube video editor is that you don’t lose the comments or likes and you’ll have a smooth replay.
  • Think of the benefits.
    You don’t have to spend hours editing your live stream, you get more audience exposure, you have a direct connection to your subscribers and your viewers.
  • You can build your brand and improve your speaking skills.
    You can also repurpose your live stream into a blog post, podcast, article, webinar, ebook or report. You just do the work once and reap the benefits over and over again. It’s a great return on investment.
  • Most importantly, have fun.
    Have fun with your audience by asking questions, giving feedback and tips. Many times they have tips about your topic that you didn’t even think about.

    I almost forgot….
    If you want to know the steps to go live from your mobile phone, from your desktop or to live stream like a pro using Ecamm Live software, check out my series of videos. You’ll learn how to live stream like a pro in no time at all.

Check out my review of Ecamm Live…the best live streaming software for the MAC

How To Upload A Video On YouTube Studio Beta (new upload process)

Did you know that YouTube now recommends uploading a video as unlisted?

In the video below, I show you how to upload your videos on YouTube using their new beta upload process.

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Here are steps to upload your video on YouTube using your desktop computer.

1. Make sure you’re logged in to YouTube channel then click on YouTube Studio Beta.

2. Click the Camera icon that says create a video or post.

3. Click Upload Video Beta.

It says “Welcome to the new upload beta experience. It includes and improved step-by-step flow and additional guidance.” Click Close.

4. Click Select File.

I’m going to select How To Livestream on YouTube Mobile.

While it’s uploading, I can edit the Title, Description, and Thumbnail. I already got my title in there. Let’s add a description…discover how to Livestream on YouTube mobile from your iPhone or Android device.

Select custom thumbnail. I just select this one for now. Click Open.

We also go to advanced settings.

You can add the video to a playlist.

I can add Cards.

Here I can add card. Add a video playlist. I can add a channel. I can add a poll. I can add a link if my website if it has been approved. You can also add tags. Tag for instance, how to livestream on YouTube. I can select category, ie how to style & recording date. I don’t really need to set a recording date, but you can if you want to, just select the date that you’re currently uploading.

Additional settings.

Enable age restriction, leave that blank. Check allow embedding. Check publish to the Subscriptions feed and allow notifications to subscribe. If it’s a sponsored video check “This video contains paid promotions such as paid product placement, sponsorships, or endorsement.

If you want to add an end screen, just click end screen.

I can use a template.

See template example below

You can also import a template from a video.

I can enter a URL and I can also add elements.

I can add a video playlist, subscribe button and another channel. If my channel was enabled for adding a website I could add a website link.

For language select English.

Video location. You don’t really have to add a location.

Licensing rights

I would select the standard YouTube license just make sure you don’t check Creative Commons.

Comments and ratings, allow comments, allow all comments, comments for review.

I’m going to allow all comments and click Next.

Visibility settings can be public which means anyone can view the video. Within public you can be set it as a premiere video which means that you invite fans to co-watch and chat about the latest video release. Private, only you and the users you choose can see your video. You can schedule it to go as public. For example if you want to schedule it for a day next week then choose a date and time for next week.

Here’s an important note from YouTube to get your publishing date right. When you make a video public on YouTube, the published on date on the watch page is based on Pacific Standard Time.

I know it’s kind of confusing because I live on the East Coast which conforms to Eastern Standard Time.

I check unlisted which YouTube recommends. It means only people with a link can see the video. This helps check for monetization or community guidelines issues before your video goes public.

After you’ve selected the visibility settings, just click Done. You can now share the link from your video on social media sites. Click Close.

Now you can see the video listed at the top of the videos tab.

If you want the video to go public, just click the dropdown, you can set it as a premier where your invite fans to co-watch and chat about your latest video or you can make it private and schedule it as public. I don’t want the videos to go public now, so I’m just going to leave it as unlisted. I highly recommend choosing unlisted before your video goes public.

This will enable you to get all the settings right before you actually go public.

Let me ask you a question.
What visibility setting do you typically choose when uploading a new video…do you select public, private, or unlisted?

Post your answers in the comments below. I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too.

What if you don’t want to write a new description for every new video you upload, do you have a solution for that?

I’m glad you asked. You can just use the upload default settings for your channel. Just click on YouTube Studio Beta.

Click Settings bottom left of your page,

Make sure you select YouTube Studio Beta.

Click upload defaults

Paste a new description. Keep in mind that you can edit the description alter for any individual video you upload. Typically I just edit the first few lines that describe the content of my individual video.

After you’ve added your default description, you can also choose the default visibility settings. Just click the drop-down, select public, private, or unlisted. In this case, I’m going to select unlisted.

Click Save.

Now every time you upload a new video the description will already be added.

What if you want to upload a video to YouTube from your phone, is that the same process?

I’m glad you asked. Just watch my next video on how to upload a video to YouTube using your phone.

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YouTube Live Streaming Tips For Beginners

Do you find the thought of going live on YouTube scary?

In the video below, I share my top YouTube live streaming tips for beginners so you can
get started right now.

You’ll learn what to do before, during and after your live stream so you can get more
views on YouTube channel.

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Here’s what you need to prepare before you go live.

  1. Prepare your topic and content.
    Create a list of bullet points on a specific topic so you’ll stay on track throughout the live stream. Usually, I put these in a Google document so I can refer to them while I’m live. This helps me to stay on track so I don’t just waffle on about a particular topic.
  2. Prepare graphics.
    Instead of talking all the time and maybe boring your viewers, add some graphics to spice up your presentation. I use Ecamm Live for my live streams so I can just drag and drop any graphics or pre-recorded video onto the screen. Click here to watch my review of Ecamm Live.

    Another way to present your live stream is to use a series of slides. I sometimes prepare a number of slides in keynote which helps the viewers take notes during the live stream.
  3. Set up your watch page.
    This is the page that you can schedule for your live streams. Your watch page may rank in the search engines. It’s a good idea to share your streaming link 48 hours before you go live. Subscribers will be notified about your live event on the YouTube homepage at youtube.com.

    Subscribers will also see the live stream appear on the What To Watch Next. You can notify your subscribers through the community tab, you can email your list, you can notify people on your social media sites.
  4. Optimize your watch page for SEO.
    Make sure you add a great title and description for your live stream. Add your title in the tags as well as related keyword phrases. This will help it to be discovered in the search engines. You can also re-optimize your title description tags after you finish going live.
  5. Test your set-up.
    Make sure your lighting, camera, backdrop, microphone, and internet connections are all set up correctly. If you’re going live from your mobile phone, set your phone to Do Not Disturb so your live stream won’t be interrupted. Also if you’re going live from your mobile phone, make sure it’s in landscape mode otherwise you get the black bars in the portrait mode.

    If you want to know how to go live from your mobile phone, whether it’s an iPhone or Android device, click here.

    Here’s a big tip to overcome the fear of going live. Focus on your message instead of thinking about how you look or how you sound. Okay, you’re all set now, you’re ready to go live.

Here are my tips for when you’re live….

  • Introduce your topic.
    Resist the urge to greet viewers at the beginning of your live. Most of your audience is going to come from the replay, so you want to get straight into the media content by introducing a hook at the beginning of your live. You can ask a question or state right away what to expect during the live. You can also tease viewers about what they’ll receive at the end of the live if they continue watching. This will help keep viewers engaged while watching a replay.

    If your live stream is 20, 30 minutes to an hour long, you’ll get a lot of watch time from your video. This will help you to speed up the process of getting 4,000 watch times on your channel so you can monetize it.
  • Introduce yourself and your channel.
    The purpose of doing this is for the replay. First-time viewers want to know who you are and what your channel’s about so they’ll be motivated to subscribe, and you want to get more views and subscribers, right?
  • Greet your viewers.
    Spend a few moments greeting your viewers so they’ll know that you’ll be engaging with them during the live. Invite them to ask questions on the chat or in the comments and that you’ll answer questions after you’ve given your presentation.
  • Present your content.
    Try to keep on topic during the live by following the bullet points that you prepared ahead of time. You can monitor the questions on the chat and if it relates to the topic you can answer them right away. Questions that are unrelated to your topic, you can answer after your presentation so you can stay on track.
  • Tell viewers to like the stream.
    When viewers like the stream, it sends a signal to YouTube to promote your live. You can also remind viewers to leave a comment particularly for those that are watching the replay. You can also ask your viewers to share the content with their friends on social media sites so you might get more viewers attending the live.
  • Add a moderator.
    If you get a lot of people on the live, it might be hard to keep track of the comments. You also might encounter spammers and trolls in the comments, which will be hard to get rid of if you’re just doing it by yourself. If you get a moderator to assist you, it’ll help keep the chat stream clean and you’ll be able to focus on your content.
  • Give a call to action at the end of your live.
    Now that you’ve presented great content to your viewers, give a call to action such as recommending your products or your services. Tell them to check out your Facebook group or recommend one of your products. You can also ask suggestions for future live streams. You can also recommend a playlist that’s related to your live stream topic so you can binge-watch more videos on the YouTube channel.

What do you do after you’ve finished your live stream?

  • Optimize your title description tags based upon the content that you just delivered. If it’s different to what you prepared before you went live, you can do it now.

    You can also add cards and end screens that link to other videos related to the topic you covered. If there are any segments on your live that you want to remove, you can remove them using YouTube’s video editor. You can edit the beginning, end, or little sections of your video. The great benefit of doing this on YouTube is that it doesn’t affect your comments and rankings.
  • Promote on social media. Promote your live stream on your social media sites outside YouTube so your content will be exposed to a different audience.
  • Add it to a playlist. Wait a day or two then add your live stream replay to a playlist that’s related to the topic you covered.
  • Create a blog post. Get your video transcribed and create a blog post with your transcription in the embedded video. You can use a service like GoTranscript to get your videos transcribed. The great benefit of creating a blog post from your live stream is that it can be found in Google. You not only have the possibility of your video ranking in YouTube search but also your blog post ranking in Google search.

Let me ask you a question….
What is your greatest fear of going live on YouTube?

Post your answer in the comments below. I’d love to read them, and I’m sure others would too.

Here are a few important things to keep in mind when going live.

  • Don’t worry if you don’t have an audience.
    When I first went live on my channel I had no audience, but I just kept going. The key is to just do it because videos on YouTube can get found in the search engines. The live video that you did several weeks ago will get ongoing traffic month after month, year after year.
  • Communicate as if you’re talking to your best friend.
    One of the easiest ways to overcome the fear of going live is to imagine you’re talking to your best friend over a cup of coffee. This will help you to keep relaxed during the live so everything goes smoothly.
  • Have fun.
    Choose a topic that you enjoy, know a lot about, or your viewers have requested. If you enjoy a topic and engaging with your viewers, time will pass by really quickly. You may have thought you’re only on for 10 minutes but it easily became an hour.

    One of the greatest benefits of going live is that no editing is needed. After you finish going live you don’t have to spend hours editing your video. That’s a huge time saver.

If you want to know how to go live from your mobile phone, whether it’s an iPhone or Android device, click here to learn more. You’ll also be able to watch my other live stream videos.

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How To Go Live On YouTube Without 1000 Subscribers (Desktop or Laptop)

If you want to rapidly increase the watch time, views, and subscribers on YouTube channel, go live from your computer desktop. You don’t need 1,000 subscribers, and you don’t have to install any software.

Click here to download my free Live Stream Checklist

Here are the steps to live stream from your desktop computer without 1,000 subscribers….

Log into YouTube channel, click the camera icon that says create a video post.

Click go live.

Now you’ve got stream beta, manage and webcam. Select webcam

Enter your title.

Select your privacy settings. Public means anyone can search for and view; unlisted, means anyone with the link can view; private means only you can view. I’m going to select unlisted for this demonstration.

You can also schedule the live stream for later. Just move the slider to the right,

Select the date and you can select the time. I’m going to go live now, so I’m going to move the slider to the left to turn it off.

Click more options.

I can schedule for later, which I just showed you.

Here you can add your description, which I’ve added already.

Select your category. I’m going to select “how to”

Select your webcam. Instead of my FaceTime camera which doesn’t work, I’m selecting pro-stream webcam which is a Logitech webcam.

Select your mic. If you click the drop-down, you can select internal microphone, Blue Snowball and Pro-stream webcam. I’m using my Blue Snowball, which uses a USB connection so I’m going to select that.

If I click advanced settings, I can allow chat, I can enable age restriction, I can select “The video contains paid promotion such as paid product placement sponsorships or endorsement“. I’m not doing any of that, so I’m going to leave that off.

Tap the arrow to go back.

Click next.

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Smile to take a thumbnail. It looks pretty good. Keep in mind you can always change the thumbnail later for a custom thumbnail. Click here if you want to learn how to create a clickable thumbnail using free online graphics software.

If I click the pencil icon, I can edit my live stream data to check if all the data is correct.

I’ve got my title, I’ve got my privacy settings, I’ve got the date and time, I’ve got my description, I’ve got my category how-to style, I’ve selected my Logitech webcam, I’ve selected my Blue Snowball mic, and I’ve already fixed the advanced settings. Then just click save to save the settings.

Now I’m ready to go live so just click “Go Live”

As you notice at the top left, I’ve got how long the live stream is going, and how many people are on the live stream (it’s just myself in this demo).

Down here on the right of the window, I’ve got my live chat stream. I can say anything I like, let’s say, “How are you?”

Then I just tap this button.

The chat appears at the top where it says live chat.

I click the three dots, I’ve got participants, pop-out chat and toggle time-stamp. If I click participants, I’ve just got myself. If I do the pop-out chat, I’ve got a pop-out chat that appears on the left. I can move that anywhere around on my desktop. Since live chat is on the right, then I’m just going to leave it like that, I don’t need a pop-out.

Down the bottom here, you can check your mic is working correctly. You can turn it off or on.

If I click the curved arrow next to the mic icon you’ll see the URL of my live stream that can be submitted to social media sites.. I can also embed the live stream or I can copy the URL and share it elsewhere.

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After I’ve finished the live stream, I can just click end live stream.

You’ll see the message.. Are you sure you want to end your live stream? Click end.

Now it shows the playbacks, peak concurrence, new subscribers, duration of live stream, total watch time and average watch time. I can edit in the studio. Just click “edit in studio”

I can edit the title, description, tags, etc. I didn’t add any tags, so I could add some related keywords here.

Add the video replay to a playlist. I could also add cards and an end screen.

I can also add a custom thumbnail. I just click the three dots, and I can change the thumbnail to a new design.

Click advanced to change recording date, category, language, allow comments, not allow comments. location, etc.

Make sure you choose the right category, language and allow comments.

If you’re happy with the recorded live stream, switch visibility from unlisted to public and click done.

Selecting public means anyone can view your video.

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If I go back to my finished stream window, I can skip edit in studio and click done.

If I check my videos list, I’ll see my live stream at the top of the list.

Now you know how to go live from your desktop computer without 1,000 subscribers or using any software.

Let me ask you a question…

What’s your biggest fear of going live on YouTube?
Post your answer in the comments below, I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too. “

How do you go live from a mobile phone?
I’m glad you asked. Just watch my next video on how to go live from YouTube Mobile whether using an iPhone or Android device.

Best Live Streaming Software For Mac 2019 (Ecamm Live Review & Tutorial)

If you want to create high-quality engaging live streams from your Mac, in 2019 AND BEYOND, you need to get the best live streaming software called Ecamm Live.

You’ll be able to live stream on Facebook, Periscope, Twitch, YouTube or multiple platforms at once.

You can also live stream using multiple cameras such as a Canon, Logitech or even your iPhone.

You can add a professional touch by dragging in graphics, text, a video file, even while live. You can also bring in multiple guests live, with just one click.

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Testimonial
“Hello everyone. I’m Eileen Smith and today, I want to tell you why I love using Ecamm Live whenever I stream. Ecamm Live has so many options that will help you engage with your audience, like putting comments up on screen, bringing in guests. One of my favorite things that I love about Ecamm Live is that it can be used as a virtual cam with other applications. You can also use it to record pre-recorded segments. Thanks so much, Herman, for letting me come in and share my love for Ecamm Live.”

Let me give you a quick demonstration of how Ecamm Live software works….

If I click on show/hide overlays, then it will show the overlays window.

Click the microphone icon

If I click on the audio, it will show you the Blue Snowball, Built-in Microphone. You can also do Echo Cancellation.

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See images above how to access/use the green screen feature

Currently, I’m inside the Ecamm Live software window. I’m using record only, but I can use Facebook, Periscope, Twitch, YouTube, Restream.io and Switchboard Live where I can live stream multiple platforms, but I’m using Record Only so let’s switch over.

If my destination is YouTube, then I can select Public, Unlisted, or Private.

I can also schedule a new event and choose the date and time I wish to go live.

If I want to switch cameras, I just go to the camera source and click on 1080p Pro Stream. As you can see, I’m now using a Logitech camera. If I want to switch back, I just go up to this camera source and click on Canon EOS M50. I can do the same for my iPhone camera as well, so you can have different angles for different cameras.

I can connect all the cameras just using USB cords.

If I want to switch to presentation mode, I’ll just click on the computer icon.

Now, it’s showing the window for my keynote presentation as I go through the slides. I can also zoom in on the presentation or zoom out on the presentation.

If I want to go back to the talking head, I just click on the camera icon.

I can import a pre-recorded video file from my overlays window. I just click on the video file and it’s imported. When I finish playing the video, I can just drag it off the screen.

I can also drag on images from my overlays window. I just click on the file and drag it on to my Ecamm Live window screen

I can also zoom in on it, make it larger. When I’m finished, I’ll just drag it off the window. The beauty of this is that I can just drag and drop images, video files, et cetera, as I’m giving the presentation.

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When you’re ready to go live like on Facebook or YouTube, just click the Go Live button.

While live, you can display comments from your audience, show graphics, text, and even video files. When I’ve finished showing the comment, I can just drag it off the window.

After you’ve finished, just click the Finish button, then click End Broadcast. You’ll get a window that pops up saying the live broadcast has ended.

Since I did this on Facebook, it says, “The video is now posted on your profile.” I can view the post, delete the post, and it says a recording has been saved to my Mac. I can show the file or I can send it to YouTube also.

While your video is live on YouTube, you’ll see the live chat stream next to the video. After you’ve finished the live stream, your chat stream will appear below the video on YouTube.

The Ecamm Live staff run a great Facebook group where you can get your questions answered and interact with other people that are using the Ecamm Live software. You can also keep up with the latest developments of the software.

Pricing Plans

The Standard plan is only $12 per month or $144 per year. However, I highly recommend getting the Pro plan which is only $20 per month or $244 per year.

It includes all the standard features plus you get a virtual webcam, live video monitoring to any display or HDMI output, NDI output, Audio Monitor output, Automatic Facebook page cross-posting, Realtime bandwidth stats, and VIP Tech Support.

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If you just want to live stream from a mobile phone, download my mobile live stream checklist. You’ll learn how to prepare for your live stream and what to do afterwards to promote it.