Facebook LIVE Streaming Tutorial — 8 Facebook Live Tips

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, February 28, 2017
  • 8 Facebook LIVE tips for generating more likes and building your brand and business with live streaming. ***** Download the FREE Smartphone Gear Guide here: http://PhoneGearGuide.com

    Facebook LIVE Gear and Accessories:
    1. Smartphone Lenses

    CamKix Deluxe Universal 5in1 Camera Lens Kit for Smartphone

    2. Smartphone Tripod

    Arkon iPhone Tripod (Budget Version)

    Joby GorillaPod SLR Zoom Tripod with Ball Head Bundle

    MeFoto SideKick360 Smartphone Tripod Adapter (make sure to get the Plus version if you have a larger phone).

    I'm using the Joby GorillaPod and a MeFoto 360 Plus in the video.

    3. Smartphone Microphone

    IK Multimedia iRig Mic Lav compact lavalier microphone for smartphones and tablets

    Rode WS9 Deluxe Wind Shield for VideoMicro and VideoMic Me (This mic is great if you have more than one person on camera)

    BOYA BY M1 Lavalier Microphone (budget version)

    (Playlist) Check out my Smartphone Gear Video Playlist here: https://cnclips.net/p/PLgc0GNip2uYWqIaQEfBUYxIyzpvZ-VtQa

    QUESTION — Have a question about Online Video, Video Production, Tech, Marketing, or Anything Else? Post in comments section of this video!

    Check out the complete list of gear I use for creating YouTube videos here: http://thinkmediagear.com

    Music by: David Cutter Music - http://www.davidcuttermusic.com

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    Sean Cannell on Social Media:

    ---------Cameras Used To Shoot This Video -------

    Camera — Canon EOS 70D

    Lens — Canon EF-S 10-18mm

    Tripod — Ravelli Light Weight Aluminum Tripod With Bag

    Microphone — Rode VideoMic Pro Compact VMP Shotgun Microphone

    Lighting — StudioPRO S-600BN Dimmable 600 Bright LED Photography Continuous Bi Color Light Panel

    Daylight Only Version:

    This VIDEO was EDITED with Adobe Premiere on a PC.

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    About this Video:
    In this video, Sean Cannell from THiNK Media TV describes how to get Facebook likes for business with Facebook live streaming. These 8 Facebook live tips and this Facebook live stream tutorial will help you grow your brand and reach more people with your message. Using Facebook live for business is a great way to get likes and increase your influence online. Subscribe to THiNK Media TV for more Facebook marketing for business tips in the future.


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    Think Media  11 months ago +24

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  • Purplebutterfly
    Purplebutterfly  2 days ago

    This was a good video. Being that I don't have many subscribers, I'm not sure I would have many people interested or engaging. What do you say?

  • Razaul Karim
    Razaul Karim  3 days ago +1

    Someone is reporting me during live, what should I do

  • Mohd Shukry Bin Roslan

    This is cool man.. thanks 👍

  • Samesha
    Samesha  4 days ago


  • Denise Coleman
    Denise Coleman  4 days ago

    I cant figure out how to add person to my facebook live! ON SCREEN. Everything is old and I would like to add this option!

  • Joy Dee
    Joy Dee  5 days ago


  • Live Streamers
    Live Streamers  6 days ago

    Excellent video!!!! I will share this with our community!

  • At The WELLness Network

    I do FB Live. I would love for you to take a look at my show and give me your opinion. On FB I’m Pamela Marshall or my biz page is WELLnessRadioTV. I look forward to hearing from you. Email is

  • Nathan Paul
    Nathan Paul  7 days ago

    This is incredible content man! The stacking strategy is brilliant. Thanks a ton man!

  • iSpike
    iSpike  7 days ago

    Thank you for sharing mate 👍🏻

  • Antonio Kim
    Antonio Kim  7 days ago

    My question is how to close out a live stream before it ends. Or do you have to watch it till it ends

  • Jim's Man Cave
    Jim's Man Cave  7 days ago

    home brewer, beer reviewer looking to increse my veiwers/subs ect was refered this vid, interesting watch cheers from australia

    ILUVLAFF  7 days ago

    Thank you tremendously for the tips bro

  • Stu Marks
    Stu Marks  7 days ago

    Sean's video here is by far the best value for solution seekers I have ever run across.

    I am a product video producer and have been involved in products that all or most would recognize as household names. Can't think of a single reason to click down on this one. Certainly this was meant to be a hi level How-To, not the exhaustive How To on his Facebook and YouTube live. So, anyone trying to add important tips he missed, yeah, he didn't remind us to mute our phone. I could come up with about twenty-five tips he missed without even using my office whiteboard. Hitting every tip or step was not the point of this video. What part of "..8 Facebook Live Tips" didn't they get?

    So, now I do here, what I do on all really good YouTube How-Tos, I critique. I AM a professional, please do not try this at home.

    AUDIO. His audio is a tad echoey, and as pro audio goes, it is a tad over-driven—some would say, "A tad? My ears are bleeding, man!" Yes, it's not sudio perfect. But, do you notice that not one word is missed because of technical issues? I think Saen runs his dialogues this way for a reason., and I'll compare his audio to the part in the video when he was suggesting that we video people consider running a captioning service on important or all videos. Audio that is set too hot on purpose for How-Tos or other videos where the dialogue is actually the most important part of the video. I do this and so do all of the best video people. A little room echo, and some audio even kind of dynamically flat (not many peaks and valleys in the volume level—is the price you pay for producing a video with the ultimately easy to understand dialogue that is as clear as Sean's video here.

    "I noticed that I never saw a microphone peaking out of his shirt. So, how did he get such great audio consistency?" Whether he actually DOES have a mic clipped to his shirt or not, or whether or not he's using a hanging boom mic just out of the camera view, is actually immaterial. He could be using an onboard mic that is mounted to the recording device for this video, which is my best guess, but it could still be a peanut clipped to his shirt somewhere, or a boom mic. Notice how close he is sitting to the recording camera. Anyone can produce his clear audio dialogue if you do exactly what he did here with this video. Keep your face close enough to the camera mic and speak loudly enough that people walking by outside can probably hear everything you are saying, and your video will also be easy to understand. Now, if that's all you did, without paying attention to anything else, you could easily end up without a couple of issues that are counter productive to clear dialogue audio. Your room might be such that it produces too much room echo and not the minimal amount of Sean's video. Maybe he has some egg crates over his head and on the walls in front of him and to each side, as well as a blanket on the floor and in his lap. I don't know. But the real magic is testing. Test, test, test. I don't think that this is Sean's first video. Do you? Also, the quality of the mic is rather important. I'm not talking dollar wise, I'm talking finished results. I use a $1,200 Neumann broadcast mic. Because I can. I bought it many years ago (over a decade) because I was producing videos for more than just the web. I did NOT go out and find an expensive mic in order to produce web videos. My mic is a total overkill and here's why. The Internet and the devices that serve media for the Internet are the great equalizers for audio. The technical path that our audio tracks travel from our raw recordings all the way to the Internet browsers that serve them up to our various type of viewers, whether mobile, laptop, or even the megatron playing at some Chicago trade show compresses and remixes the frequencies to a paper flat wave. Now, there are ways to end up with better technical sound waves at the other end, but you and I can't afford a lot of the gear and the bandwidth involved and it would be a waste of resources anyway.

    VIDEO. Never saw the picture bounce—not one time. When you are testing your video before shooting for real, look for camera bounce. The little tripod that Sean picked up is really a great little vibration absorber, but the best things are what he may be using that have nothing to do with cameras gear. If you can, setup in a room with concrete floors and don't use the cheapest and lightest weight table or desk you have. Think heavy. If the desk you are using is hard to lift, you headed the right direction.

    And, that's it. Why nothing about lighting? Why nothing about background noise, hums, machines? Why nothing about that outside shot he has where cars and people might drive by, etc, etc. Because we're not talking about formal White House in D.C. video production here. This isn't CNN and you and I aren't CNN either. Sean mentioned some really great points about over thinking and over polishing stuff. It's really all about the content. As far as technical stuff goes, its more about avoiding distraction than producing technically perfect videos.

    Thanks, Sean. Kudos, and I just subscribed.

  • Mary Ann Varner
    Mary Ann Varner  7 days ago

    Thanks so much... This is great even though FB live is a little intimidating.

  • Late Night Sessions David Martucci

    Make sure Facebook Live view is the right orientation. For some reason, Facebook flips your video, so any text you have in your live screen (say, on your t-shirt, or on a backdrop) is back to front.

  • JK Journey
    JK Journey  7 days ago

    Hi! Brand new to live media here. I'm wanting to do a YouTube Live & publish a link or something on Facebook. Trying to keep business & my Facebook for friends separate, but letting friends know that I do, in fact, do business & they can come over & view what I'm doing (about to do).

  • Christine Lozada
    Christine Lozada  7 days ago

    You have been saving my life every time I want to give up. For real. thanks for this helpful video! I’m going to do my first facebook live today!

  • Frances Johnson
    Frances Johnson  7 days ago

    Phenomenal information