Until now, many of us have made a live video broadcast on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube on occasion, but now we also have the possibility of sharing valuable content live on Linkedin through Linkedin Live.
Unlike other social networks and platforms that give us the streaming service directly, things work differently on Linkedin.
Broadcast Linkedin live
Not all users and pages have the possibility of broadcasting live through Linkedin Live, only a chosen group (at least for the moment), but what they do give us the possibility is to request that they activate our account so that we can carry out these emissions.
Making a request is very simple:
Live broadcasts Linkedin
Enter THIS LINK
Once you have accessed the application page you will have to fill out a questionnaire:
When entering the link, the first thing that will appear will be the email associated with your account, although you can include an alternative email.
The next thing is to decide if you want to broadcast from your personal profile or from a company account
You will have to include the link to your profile or page, depending on Vietnam Mobile Database whether you have decided one thing or another
Indicate the company for which you want to carry out the transmission (it does not matter if you have selected profile or page)
You will have to specify the number of contacts / followers of the profile or page that will be broadcast.
Enter the geographical area
Then they will ask you if you have already broadcast live from other platforms and if so, include a link
Once you have completed the previous fields, you will have to indicate what type of content you want to share. At this point they specify that they are looking for users and companies that broadcast attractive and attractive content frequently.
Finally you will have to add the frequency with which you will broadcast: daily, weekly, monthly or less than once a month.
If you have more arguments or considerations to facilitate access, you will have the opportunity to do so in the additional comments box .
If you have chosen to broadcast from a page and they grant you permission, they will give you the possibility of having up to three administrators of your page and they will send them the corresponding instructions by email. You will need to provide the URLs of their profiles and their email addresses.
In any case, keep in mind the specification made by Linkedin “The streaming broadcast is only available through third-party tools. The expenses and fees of these tools are borne by the person who carries out the transmission ”
No costs are specified so if you make the request and this function is enabled, check the cost before issuing so as not to get scared later.
Update April 2020
After requesting permission from Linkedin in October 2019, I received an email on March 2 with the confirmation to be able to broadcast live from my account.
I am enclosed with the tools with which I can issue and are also enclosing these instructions for the type of content and standards that must be followed:
What should you convey:
Teach tips / tricks about something given your experience
Share an event live
Interview Questions and Answers: Experts in Your Industry
Discuss news / trends / ideas
When to transmit:
Live at least every two weeks to maintain beta eligibility
Do not exceed 4 direct per day. If you’re having trouble streaming, Brother Cell Phone List it’s usually best to try again later.
Experiment with different times of the day and week to reach different people in your network
What should you avoid in the transmission:
Selling overly promotional materials or services
Connections must be a minimum of 30 minutes long
Logos or graphics should be small and placed in a corner
Share only professional content
All transmissions must be live, and recorded videos must not be used.
Do you think live broadcasts on Linkedin can be interesting?
Next Wednesday, April 8, I will do a direct on Linkedin at 12:00 pm where I will share with you techniques to lose the fear of speaking in public.