What is Periscope?
It is an app that allows anyone to stream video LIVE from their smartphone and broadcast it to others.
Periscope is owned by Twitter, in fact, they acquired them before they even launched in January 2015.
This app is only a few months old, so everyone using it is an early adopter. Periscope launched March 26, 2015.
There is an opportunity to connect quickly and deeply with your audience and accelerate the Know, Like and Trust factor which leads people to buy from you.
Find out how to get started, who is using Periscope and why it could be important for your business.
Plus hear from members of the Biz Chix community as they share how it is transforming their businesses.
Don’t miss our free resource “Periscope Do’s and Don’ts” – click on the yellow button below to download.
Special thanks to Jason Calcanas of This Weeks in Startups for letting us share a few clips from his interview with Periscope co-founder Kayvon Beykpour.
There are so many ways to repurpose content you create on Periscope. Here is how Kim Garst, one of my favorite Periscope influencers, is displaying her Periscope videos on YouTube.
Notice how she created a special template so it would be easy to view the portrait video recording in landscape view.
Alex Pettitt, another influencer to follow on Periscope, created this video sharing how to create a template to play your Periscope videos in YouTube.
Inside This Episode
Katch.me (Sign up for this before you do your first Scope. It saves your Periscope indefinitely on their site, gives you access to all your comments and commenters and allows you and others to play, pause, rewind and fast forward your scopes.)
- BizChix Episodes mentioned in this episode
- BizChix to Connect with on Periscope
Nika Stewart @NikaStewart
Bonnie Frank @bonnielfrank
Romila Mushtaq @DrROMILA
- Sandy Sidhu @sandysidhu
- Pao Chamorro Ward @paochw
Cassie Piasecki @SmartyCassie
Influencers to Follow on Periscope
- Kim Garst @kimgarst
- Chalene Johnson @ChaleneJohnson
- Pat Flynn @
- Alex Pettitt @Alexpettitt
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