How to Do Live Video Demos as a One Person Team

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Win a 30 minute 1on 1 consultation with Kathy. Ask questions about how she sells and sets up her cooking classes, her multi-camera set up, why she shoots her classes live, or even just how to get started in live video.

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About this session

I connect with my own audience by doing frequent live video cooking demos. They get to join me in my kitchen and ask questions in real time as I show them how to use their Instant Pot or how to break down a butternut squash.

The same process I use translates great to crafts and other how-to demos.

There's no I in team, right? Even though I'm a one person show Ecamm is my support team as I use it to run my multiple camera setup. I can switch from a straight forward camera to an overhead one in just one click. It's the next best thing to real magic!

In this session I will show you my kitchen video set-up and let you get personal with my behind the scenes details.

Ecamm even has a way for me to show you what I'm seeing on my computer, so it will be a snap to follow along.

This is the same method that I've used to teach my live online cooking classes for the past few years and has become a steady income producer for me.

Live Video Tips and Tricks!

It's easier than you think to go live and a wonderful way to connect with your audience. This easy check list is a cheat sheet to go live on Facebook with some tips. Also you can get some great ideas on topics that are perfect during this time of "the new normal". You will also be signed up for my live video newsletter where you will get tips and tricks to help improve your live video. You can unsubscribe at any time.

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