If there’s one thing content creators should be doing right now to grow their brand, live streaming is it.
As community faith leaders start to incorporate technology into their practices, one innovation has been generating a lot of interest: live streaming.
In the past, live video content has been too expensive and awkward to be a practical choice for enterprise.
In the past, virtual events have often been seen as a “fallback plan” when a live event falls through.
Boosting engagement is arguably the most important thing creators can do to increase revenue. It’s the metric that matters to advertisers and sponsors, who want partners with an active fanbase. Live video is a highly effective way to improve fan engagement.
Modern audiences continue to change as the technology they use becomes more and more capable. As little as 20 years ago, streaming video content over the internet was considered time-consuming and difficult. But, as technology improved, video streaming started to become faster and easier to do with higher-quality content.