Live at the bottom of your status

Live broadcast by yourself anywhere and anytime has been
made easier with Facebook Live. But first, what is Facebook Live? Facebook Live
was launched in April 2016, which lets anyone broadcast live using their
phones, tablets or their computer. So that whenever you’re at the event,
there’s an announcement, a Q and A interview you want your Facebook likers to watch
and want questions directly from them, they’ll be able to participate. The
awesome thing about this is that you don’t need to upload the video, you can
choose to make it available for you and your likers to see after the live
stream. Now that you know what Facebook Live is, here are some steps to start
your own Facebook Live on your page and how it really works.

 

Step 1:

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You can notify your Facebook likers that you’ll be starting
a Facebook live by posting it, sharing it with a group or event and even schedule
it. This will make you reach more viewers. Before starting, make sure that you
have a strong internet connection. If it’s all clear now, you may click Go Live
at the bottom of your status box.

Step 2:

Add description about your live video so that people will
know what your broadcast is all about. Make it an interesting and creative one.

Step 3:

You can also tag some pages and add your location.

Step 4:

Before starting, get your camera’s view ready.

Tap on a magic wand icon to add an effect. You’ll also be
able to add an effect after you’ve started your broadcast. This will add more
fun and creativity to your video where you can choose from Facebook’s offered
filters, masks and you can also write or draw something. Facebook live lasts
for 90 minutes (1 hour and 30 minutes). The longer your broadcast is, the more
viewers you’ll get.

 

Step 5:

Now that you’re ready, click the “Go live” button. While
you’re filming, your viewers can comment as well. It’s also suggested that you
interact with the comments and mention their names. This will help encourage
them to watch your Facebook Live videos every time you go live.

 

Step 6:

Once you’re done, make sure to say some closing line or
gesture that’ll let your viewers know that the broadcast is about to end. You
may tell them to like your page to keep them notified whenever you’ll be doing
a live broadcast.

Tap “Finish” to end the video.

 

Step 7:

After your Facebook live, Facebook will ask permission if
you want your video to be will available to be viewed by your page likers. You
can also check out the reach of the video in your page’s insights.