Public Speaking Super Powers
Podcast: The Best Kinds of Content for Facebook Live
Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast: Season 3, Episode 9
One great way to increase your visibility and hone your speaking skills is to host Facebook Lives. But what should you talk about? Listen to this episode to learn four of the best kinds of content to use for a Facebook Live.
Length: 6 minutes, 49 seconds
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Facebook Live is an excellent platform for speakers. However, when creating content for Facebook Live – or any type of live video for that matter – you will quickly learn that some types of content work better than others. Some content is simply more engaging in a live format and works better that way, while other types of content just aren’t suited to live video.
To help shorten your learning curve, In this episode I shared four types of content that work really well on live video:
The "Top Whatever" List
The Interview (both of yourself and of someone else)
Of course, there are other things you can do on live video, but these four are a great way to get you started. If you put my suggestions to use, please let me know in a comment below. I’d love to see what you did!
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About the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast Series
The Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast shares information to empower you to be a better speaker and communicator. Carma Spence, the host of the show, shares her insights and knowledge on the topic, as well as interviews subject matter experts. The podcast is available in audio format on iTunes and beyond. New episodes are posted on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.
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