To grow your business you need to get two things right - reaching the right audience and turning them into customers. Running online events and meetings certainly help get you there, by reducing your costs and making it easy to reach far and wide. But even with the perfect process in place, your reach is limited by how many leads you can get to your site. And that’s where live streaming to Facebook Live and YouTube live come in - it’s one of the best ways to extend the reach of your video outside of your platform and lead pages.
To “stream live” means to broadcast your live webinar, meeting, or online event in real time to an audience outside of your video conferencing platform.
By using social platforms like Facebook and YouTube to stream your webinars, meetings, and online events live, you are leveraging their audiences and extending your reach to a potentially global audience. You’re also reaching your existing audience where they tend to already be. Even better, interfacing to YouTube and Facebook from a platform like Samba Live means that you can also record your live stream and live screen share to your audiences on these platforms.
So, whether your goal is to get more leads through a marketing webinar, extend the reach of your classroom on YouTube, or broadcast an online pitch event to thousands of users across the globe on Facebook - live streaming will be worth your effort.
With over 8 billion daily views and 1 in 5 videos watched being Facebook live streams, there’s more incentive than ever for organizations to extend the reach of their webinars and online events to their Facebook pages. Live streaming from Samba Live makes this process easy.
To start live streaming to your Facebook page from Samba Live, you need to first make sure that you have a Samba Live Pro Plus account to have live streaming functionality. From your Samba Live room, click on the Livestream icon in the menu bar - this will take you to a popup with a dropdown menu titled Start live streaming to from where you’ll select Facebook.
Right beneath, you will see a field for Live stream key which we will get by,
Back on your Facebook page, you’ll see your stream is connected and ready to go live. Just click the blue Go live button and you’ll be streaming live!
When you’re done hit the End Live Video button and you’ll have successfully completed your Facebook Live stream.
Much like live streaming to Facebook, your YouTube livestreaming journey starts in Samba Live by click on the Live streaming option and selecting YouTube from the drop-down menu. Next, go to your YouTube account and follow the next few steps,