This course is specifically for you if you are starting to use the Periscope app to:
This course walks you through the 5 most common mistakes that people make while broadcasting on Periscope that annoy viewers or prevent your target audience from finding you.
After taking this course, you will be able to use Periscope more effectively for business, marketing, or for building meaningful social connections.
Welcome to the course! In this short video you'll learn how the course is set up and how you can get the most value out of it.
I would love if you would take a second to introduce yourself over in the discussion section. You don't have to, of course, but I'd really like to know something about you. So don't be shy! Say hello, and and tell us a fun fact about yourself!
Watch me act out some of the most common mistakes I see broadcasters making on Periscope. The video is meant to be a fun, tongue 'n' cheek example of what NOT to do on Periscope.
*Bonus Points* if you write down all the mistakes you see in the video before moving on to the rest of the lectures.
***Extra Bonus Points*** if you share your list of the mistakes you found in the discussion comments.
Learn the most common mistake Periscope marketers and broadcasters make that is costing them tons of targeted viewers and followers.
Learn why using poor descriptions, or worse, not using a description at all, is a huge mistake - especially if you use Periscope for marketing or business.
No one likes to be sold to 24/7, but for those of you who want to use Periscope for business or marketing, you know that you need to promote your products and services to your viewers.
So what should you do?
In this lesson, you'll learn how to strike the perfect balance between overwhelming your viewers with annoying sales pitches and promoting yourself and your business in a way that creates a mutually beneficial relationship between you and your followers on Periscope.
If you've spent any time in the internet marketing space, you've probably heard the phrase "providing value" thrown around a lot. But what does it really mean?
In this lesson you will not only learn the importance of providing value to your Periscope followers, but you'll also learn the different ways that you can make your broadcasts valuable so that your viewers keep coming back for more.
A "CTA" or "call to action" is an important tool for building relationships and promoting effectively on Periscope.
In this lesson, you'll learn what a "CTA" is, why it's so important, and some common CTA examples that you can use in your next broadcast.
This is a super quick, 90 second recap of the most important points that we went over in the course!
Now that you know what NOT to do, here is my #1 strategy for actually finding your target audience on Periscope.
Krystal Wascher is a voice actor, audiobook narrator, and audio editing/production trainer.
After narrating and producing over 30 books (and counting) she wrote the highly rated book, "Narration: A Beginners Guide to Creating Audiobooks for Audible and iTunes," in an effort to make audiobook production accessible to everyone.
Krystal is also the founder of KRW Media, an online education company that teaches audiobook narration and production skills.