How do you stay confident when you have loads of people watching your shows? How do you keep your cool when things go wrong? How can you be successful with your live shows?
I am so excited to be joined by Jennifer Watson, who for many years was regularly in front of the camera for the Weather Channel and now is Social Media Manager for my favourite social media management tool, Agorapulse. She’s going to help us become more confident, keep our cool, increase engagement and basically be more successful when we go live.
☑️ How did we first meet?
☑️ So tell me about how you got first started?
☑️ What’s going on at Agorapulse?
☑️ Can you remember the first time you got on camera? Were you nervous?
☑️ Have there been any disasters? Tell us more? How did you keep going?
☑️ How do you stay confident when you have loads of people watching your shows?
☑️ How do you keep your cool when things go wrong?
☑️ How can you be successful with your live shows?
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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