Live streaming has hit an all-time high! No surprise there considering that live video is the best way to increase your visibility, grow your audience, and make more sales. And of course some token stats:

  • Live Videos are watched for 3x LONGER than regular video
  • Live Videos receive 6x more engagement than other videos
  • And live videos receive 1200% more organic reach than other types of posts

However, you have probably noticed that most of the videos that pop up in your newsfeed SUCK! And videos that suck are going to negatively impact your business, repel those who may have been your dream customers, and be a colossal waste of time, energy, and money.

That is, of course, not the fate I want for you. Join me for this free online training and learn:

  • The hoax that is "Just Start";
  • The 3 mistakes that make live videos sucky (& what to do instead);
  • Where to focus your energy fantastic live videos;
  • How to start growing with live video today, regardless of your tech savvy-ness.

The next session is on March 13th, 2019 at 12PM ET

Reserve your seat!

About Denise

Denise Alison

Denise Alison (@stratigrodenise)

Denise Alison is the CEO and Founder of Stratigro. She helps business grow with social media and live video. She loves helping entrepreneurs establish themselves as experts, while sharing their authentic selves on social media so they can attract the right customers! Denise is the host and creator of The Art of Online Marketing Live Show, a weekly FB Live show that share tips and strategies to help entrepreneurs make an impact with their social media efforts. She is also the creator of The Live Video Formula, a training course developed specifically for entrepreneurs to walk them through everything they need to create their own live video show. She lives in Clare, Nova Scotia, Canada, but has had the pleasure to work with businesses and organizations across North America. When Denise isn’t helping entrepreneur attract their dream clients with social media she is either cuddling her dog, performing in an improv show, or training for a half marathon.