The music college that my wife and I teach at has moved completely over to remote learning. And many businesses are sending their employees home to work remotely.
In a series of live shows, I'm covering tips and techniques on how you can work effectively from home, or stream events or church services remotely.
Zoom is an amazing video conferencing tool which allows up to 100 participants in the free and pro versions. You can share your screen too and present slides. The CEO of Zoom has recently removed their 40 minute limit on free plans for schools, colleges and universities affected by the virus. See here - https://zoom.us/docs/ent/school-verification.html
StreamYard is an amazing live video tool (and sponsor of this website). You can use it for virtual meetings too and can stream to multiple platforms at the same time.
In this episode, I'll share how to use each tool as well as share other tools, and tips to stay productive and sane when working from home.
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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