Author: Paul Richards

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This week we are excited to talk all about fundraising with live streaming. I should start by saying that fundraising with live streaming is by no means a new trend. Facebook has supported live streaming with integrations for charitable donations in 2016 (Fundraising with Facebook). In fact, fundraising and live streaming fit together like peanut butter […]

A Bubble Machine, a Confetti Cannon, and a YouTuber walk into a room… That’s the start of something really special and this week we are fundraising for an incredible organization that helps Crime Victims in our local area of Chester County Pennsylvania. Earlier this year we had Kathleen Gast from the CVC (Crime Victims Center) […]

BIG NEWS! YouTube just announced that Super Chats can integrate with IFTTT and allows viewers to trigger actions such as Launching a Confetti Cannon! YouTube just mentioned a bunch of new live streaming features in the YouTube Blog here. Last year, we introduced a way for Super Chats to trigger real life events. Now creators can set […]

This week the StreamGeeks will be helping a local restaurant live stream in the food services industry. The StreamGeeks have teamed up with a local marketing company called Bad Rhino to help their client Split Rail Tavern with a live broadcast to their Facebook page. Split Rail Tavern is a relatively new bar & restaurant […]

YouTube and Facebook are the world’s largest platforms for advertising video today. It’s interesting to think about how different the Red and Blue giants have become. Facebook is the world’s largest social media network and YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine. As online video continues to dominate the internet, Google predicts that video […]

For us, the video content we are creating monetizes itself. We are in a very unique situation where the process of improving our video production is just as important as the content we are covering. Many of our viewers will tune in just to see the new technology we are using during our presentation and […]

Episode 26, of StreamGeeks Live is not a normal episode! This show will feature a mobile broadcast that will bridge the live stream back and forth from our normal multi-camera studio setup to a totally mobile broadcast from a car using the cloud.  While we are still live streaming the show to both YouTube and […]

How to live stream on Instagram with a Guest In this video, the StreamGeeks break down live streaming on Instagram with the latest feature for inviting a guest. We take you step by step through the process of live streaming on Instagram and using the new split screen feature. If you are not seeing the […]

This week in Episode 25, the StreamGeeks pop the hood on their inbound marketing engine and share insights on how live video is fueling their lead generation system. The team is joined by Morgan Jacobson, HubSpot Principal Manager, to discuss how businesses small and large are using live video in every stage of the inbound […]

Live streaming and social media may have the power to help defend our countries small businesses again tech giants like Amazon and Walmart! I love small businesses and I just finished producing a beautiful, television quality, Facebook Live broadcast for a local retail store. Most small businesses, especially those in the boutique retail space, do […]


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