This episode is part of our Live Video Tool Showcase series where we go through the best live video streaming tools out there. I’m really excited about highlighting BeLive which totally disrupted the live video tool space when it came out. It works through your web browser and makes it so easy to bring in guests remotely and highlight comments on the screen.
I’m joined by Daniel Mayer, one of the co-founders of BeLive. We’ll talk about how it all started and what’s next as well as highlighting the best features of BeLive. I’ve been so excited about the new studio in BeLive which allows you to switch cameras and microphones and some really cool things.
Daniel Mayer is the co-founder and CEO of BeLive, a live streaming platform that helps businesses owners easily produce professional live shows to boost their business.He built BeLive from a two-man team to a global team of 30 people in five countries while building a community of BeLivers, currently 10k strong.
The Confident Live Marketing Show is a weekly live video show and podcast. It’s aimed at established entrepreneurs who want to level up their impact, authority and profits through the power of live video, webinars and podcasts. We’ll focus on knocking down the 3 main barriers these entrepreneurs face when creating live content - camera confidence/mindset, tech/gear and content marketing.
It’s hosted by Ian Anderson Gray. He is the founder of the Confident Live Marketing Academy and is the host of the Confident Live Marketing Podcast. He helps entrepreneurs to level up their impact, authority and profits by using live video confidently. He’s founder of Seriously Social - a blog focused on live video and social media tools. He’s an international speaker, trainer, teacher and consultant. He has a passion for making the techno-babble of live video and social media marketing easy to understand. As well as being a geek, husband, and dad to two kids, Ian is also a professional singer and lives near Manchester in the UK.
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