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Facebook is coming in hot this year with really pushing their live video options and now integrated heavily with events. But Instagram has been doing the darn live thing for a long time and let's face it- crushing it.
You know you want to go live but you are wondering were to start, right? I get it. There are so many choices and you don't want to waste your time. In this video, we will talk about which is better for business marketing- Facebook Live or Instagram Live. The services actually act very differently and have different benefits.
Obviously, they both offer live streaming video and they're both free. They both have a chat feature option. So as people are watching your live stream, they can actually chat with you and with the other audience members, they also both allow your audience to interact with you by offering supportive things like hearts and thumbs up all of that little interactive stuff that makes it so much fun when you're doing something live.
Choosing which one you will use will ultimately depend on your marketing goals and what kind of call to action you're offering your viewers.
Don't let time, money or fear hold you back from using social media to market your business. Social Media With Stefanie will share with you high level tips, tactics and techniques that will help you quickly shine your social star and increase your revenue.
This episode is an audio version of my YouTube video. To watch the full video, please visit: https://bit.ly/FBvIG-Live
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