Live Video and Webcam Streaming:

Considering a live stream, but want to ensure that your investment will add value to your business? Your live stream can benefit your business in many different ways:

  • Stay Relevant and Educate Viewers:
    In today’s extensively documented and reviewed world, you can give your potential customers unprecedented access to your business with a live stream. Engage viewers by showcasing your breathtaking views, exotic scenery, first-class amenities and up-to-date weather conditions so your audience doesn’t have to wonder.
  • Increase Brand Exposure:
    Visual messaging is proven to be the most compelling, and that is especially true online. Share your photos and video clips on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and watch your follower count grow. Likes, comments and shares from others expose your business to new audiences that you may not otherwise reach!
  • Build an engaged community:
    Many viewers will come back to a live cam time and time again – this is especially true for wildlife and nest cams. Allow viewers to leave comments on your website to prompt conversations, questions and comments from your audience. The Facebook comments plugin is a popular, free choice, and it also allows comment moderation. Don’t forget to respond!
  • Enjoy increased Online Rankings:
    Video is great for SEO, and the benefits can be even greater when the video is live! Give your webcam its own page with an appropriate meta title and description so that it can be listed properly in search results.

Computer Gurus can help your business setup or improve the quality of your webcam!

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