Live Stream & They Will Come!
Why Live Stream Your Event?
OnLivestreams will live broadcasts your service so you can stretch your reach to anyone who is unable to attend worship service due to poor health, distance, cost or work.
Our cloud streaming services were designed to accommodate anyone who’s unable to attend a special event due to poor health, distance, cost or work. Home participants can view your wedding or other special event LIVE from their home computer, tablet or smartphone.
Live stream video and broadcast your event live to audiences on the web and mobile devices using our live streaming platform and services and share your event live OnLivestreams.com. From start to finish, ONLivestreams will take care of the details.
Some of your friends and family can't make it to your wedding? No problem. Live broadcast your wedding, and share your special moment live, online with friends and family located anywhere in the world!
The reasons why you’d choose to broadcast could be that you want to reach family, friends or followers who are sick or injured, too old to make it in person or people traveling who want to continue to participate in your event or their own faith community.
It Encourages Trust and Transparency. People prefer to buy from brands they trust. Customers generally associate trustworthiness with quality and excellent service. One way to build trust with your audience is by creating a live video to showcase company transparency.
You can increase the number of active participants in the church community, and possibly even the attendance of you church by allowing uniquely private worshipers and members who rarely attend church watch the services from the comfort of their home.
Archiving your live streams and making them available as video on demand is also a great way to lock in the experience of each event forever and lets people who missed the live event stream watch it later.
Live-streaming is also a great solution for outreach to those who cannot attend due to the difficulty or distance, in addition to those serving abroad or staying in hospital or nursing home. or out of town family, or "snowbirds" with live streaming to any Internet-connected device.
When it comes to live streaming or Webcasting an event, having a responsive, knowledgeable (we answer the phone and resolve problems) customer service team is arguably one of the most important factors that will make-or-break an event. From experience, we know that remote participants (viewers) possess varying degrees of familiarity with computers, in addition to Internet basics.
Live streaming has provided many people with the chance to join in the celebration and gives never before seen flexibility!
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Planning a large event is stressful enough without any added obstacles. From obtaining a venue to counting RSVPs, there's little wiggle room when it comes time for the big day. Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world.
Last-minute attendees are one of those obstacles meeting and event planners face. Throwing a wrench in the head count, everything from the venue to the dinner menu are affected by this influx of people who've decided they can make it after all. This is where live streaming comes in to save the day. Event planners have the solution to this dilemma, and by following their lead, so can you.
Live Streaming is Here to Save the Day!
Meeting and event planners have a ton of details to sort out before their plans come to fruition. Setting the date that will work for everyone and finding a venue are challenging enough; then, throw food and drinks in the mix. Before any of these items are finalized, an accurate headcount is imperative.
Unfortunately, there will always be those, who for various reasons, respond at the last-minute affirming their attendance.
This is where the beauty and stress-saving grace of live video streaming comes in. Meeting and event planners have found a way to deal with the issue of last-minute attendees and so can you. When the number of guests is already set for space, food, and drink, and an influx of last-minute attendees rolls in, live streaming the event is an excellent solution.
Other benefits include:
• Increase in attendance
• Saved travel expenses
• Less stress for the host or event planner
• Less stress for the attendees
• Ease of interaction
If you're tired of the hassle that comes with accommodating last-minute attendees, come up with a game plan ahead of time that includes live video streaming. Since trying to set this up on your own and achieving positive results is likely to only cause more stress, find a professional company to work for optimal results. Contact ONLivestreams at www.onlivestreams.com | 484-324-8890.
Get to Know Your Competition. Know thy enemy.
It is not uncommon for the online competition to be different from the brick-and-mortar competition. We believe that competitive intelligence (CI) should have a single-minded objective -- to develop the strategies and tactics necessary to transfer market share profitably and consistently from specific competitors to our clients. CI can help position a business to maximize the value of the capabilities that distinguish it from its competitors. A company that does not monitor and analyze their primary competitors will be at a disadvantage leaving its markets vulnerable.
One writer, philosopher once said that for you to be competitive and even rise above the pack, you need to know your competition and what they're doing to be different. When you do, you'll surely be able to create tactics that will make you stand out and hence, make a difference in your market share.
I suppose you think that the business community is very hard to be a part of because you're always competing and trying to outdo each other. Believe it or not, business is not about that. On the contrary, it's not a blood bath all the time. In fact, business owners and marketers do it in a more classy and comfortable arena where they often work together to make their community work.
But no doubt about it, competition is present. And the best way to differentiate yourself from the rest is an analysis of what your competition is doing to become successful. Here's what you should know when gathering competitive intelligence for your marketing research:
Step 1: Be a detective.
Competitive analysis is all about gathering the tools and materials your competitors must market their products and services. Examine their features, the design, and even the commercial color printing method used to come up with an effective marketing campaign. One marketer even suggested shopping and purchasing from your competitors to learn and experience what it feels like to buy from them.
Step 2: Identify and analyze even those you feel are competitors.
Chances are you're right. Even in the most unlikely places, you might just be surprised that a competition is present. So be on the lookout for marketing tools and materials of any businesses that you perceive to be providing the same services as you do.
Step 3: Analyze the message.
After you've collected the materials, focus on the message of your competitors. What are their promises? Do they have anything different to offer? Do we have anything in common? What formats did they use? Is the design effective? What seems to be the best marketing tool in all that you've collected?
Step 4: How can you be unique?
Finally, after gathering all the information from your competitors' marketing materials and tools, it's now time for you to create your own marketing campaign that reflects something unique and compelling in your offer. When you do find your answers, be sure to include every factor that can contribute to your success – your products and services, your operating method, your unique company qualities and customer service attitude, your values, etc. Whatever you learned from your competitive analysis can help you create powerful marketing campaigns that will help you more effectively sell your products and services to your target audience.
Whatever you do in business, do it big! There’s no other arena in which those words are truer than the internet. It’s a competitive world wide web, and you do have to find your niche. However, once you find that niche, do it just a little bit different from everybody else. Do it big. People don’t often think in those terms. Therefore, if you are able to put yourself in that mindset, then you’ll be ahead of the pack.
You can struggle all you want trying to get your website to the top of the search engines, but by the time you get there, the rules for getting there will have changed. You can spend countless hours trading links with other websites, but you’ll find that many of those will soon ditch their domain. You may consider any number of online strategies for getting your website noticed, but the bottom line is somebody on the other end always wants to get paid. This is when the idea of “do it big” comes into play. Let me explain.
I recently discovered a website owned by a woman from the UK. Her product was original art. Specifically, cartoon-like pencil sketches. Her intention was to put her work on shirts, stationary, and greeting cards and to sell it through her website. The problem was she couldn’t get her site noticed. She had no visitors. How many times have you lamented over the lack of visitors to your site? I have, and I do. It doesn’t matter how many visitors a site receives. It never seems to be enough. We are insatiable. Nevertheless, you can struggle with online strategies, or you can do something big offline.
Here’s what I suggested to the woman from the UK. Start a campaign. Call it the “loan a shirt” campaign or something of that nature. The idea would be to take a shirt featuring the artwork, and send it around the world. How? She or somebody else would wear it for a day and then pass it on to another person who would do the same. This would continue for any duration of time. But the goal would be to send the shirt around the world, and each person who wore the shirt for a day could log on to the site if they choose and fill out a quick location form so the shirt may be tracked.
It’s such a simple, low-cost idea, but it’s a creative way to expose a website as the address would be listed right there on the shirt. In addition, people who wore the shirt for a day would get to see and sample the product first hand. It could even be an event for charity, and an effective press release would be the only invitation the media would need to get involved. However, what if somebody decided not to pass the shirt on? What if somebody stole it? What if the shirt got lost? What if “this”, and what if “that”?Hey, what if it worked? What did it cost? Nothing. It only required a little creative thinking. A person could do anything they wanted with the idea in order to eliminate every negative “what if”.
The point I’m trying to make is we don’t often think of doing something big offline to promote ourselves online. Moreover, it doesn’t have to be costly. It doesn’t have to even follow what we believe to be the traditional rules of advertising. Just think big, do it big, and get noticed. After all, isn’t that the goal? Or is the goal simply to advertise?
Realizing success is not about having the best technology or being the smartest or even about having the best customer service (although none of these could hurt). More today than ever before, success is now measured in speed. It is about effectively executing in an ever-evolving world where everything changes so rapidly – and that applies to any business.
Today is a world surrounded by buyers who want it now, want perfection and exceptional service. To succeed online, your business needs to be organized and able to handle the increased business your website is going to generate.
Here are some methods for building a business that maximizes speed with a sense of urgency and, operational efficiency - gain the competitive advantage:
Run Your Business with Speed and Urgency. It’s a new phenomenon called “Internet time”; it’s a 24/7 hyper-connected “always-on” global market. This means if your business is not moving ahead 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you’re putting the business at risk.
Internet time means not only doing business quickly, but, also doing it anytime the customer wants and for as long as the customer wants it done. This is what customers demand, and what every company doing business online needs to embrace. The result is a business that is always working, always aware of potential business, one that is always one call, real time chat, email, and more - never disconnected from the customer.
Having effective meetings means having short meetings. Meetings are the annoyance of many employees at the workplace. They involve too little meaningful discussion, take up too much time, little gets accomplished, people ramble on too much, and respect and open discussion are often not granted. Meetings though are imperative, but the way in which they are run can be optimized to meet key business objectives.
Because the Internet world moves so fast, companies doing business online cannot afford to have unproductive meetings. First set some genuine detail-oriented goals for the meeting. Let people have the option of attending, especially if the issues discussed have nothing to do with them. Start and end your meetings on time and stay within thirty minutes to one hour. Have two or three shorter meetings throughout the day, with short goals to be accomplished by the next meeting. Furthermore, don’t bore people with anything not on the agenda. Lastly, make the meetings enjoyable; use skits, slideshows, charts, even puppets to get your point across. These moments will likely stick in employee’s heads over the long, drawn-out boring ones.
Email several times a day. In the Internet world, CEOs and employees alike use technology to supercharge productivity. With all the cell phones, laptops, tablets, personal organizers and more, email is the most valuable tool. Set up email power sessions with employees; it allows for communication with many employees at the same time and resolves any issues fast. With an email message, you are ensuring your message gets delivered to all the right people exactly how you wanted to say it, without the hassle of playing phone tag with employees or risk miscommunication and misunderstanding.
Brand matters on the Internet. If your business is going to succeed in the new world of business, you will not only need to capture market share, but also work on improving customer relationships to minimize customer attrition while upselling and cross selling your products or services.
Whenever your prospective customers or customers need your products or services, where will they go online? Which Web site will they choose first? Will it be yours?
Some tips to increase your business brand online include discovering an effective way to position yourself as being unique from your competitors. Create the right image and be sure you continue to reinforce that brand image in everything your company does online and offline.
Increase the number of online visitors to your website through a variety of Internet marketing strategies. Even if your business only sells locally, do not be afraid to think and market yourself internationally on the Internet. Remember the importance of earning your customers trust too.
Never dismiss the power (opportunity) of feedback.
Ask your customers for feedback, through emails, surveyed phone calls, and feedback forms on your Web site, case studies and letters. Ask for feedback often, whenever you are testing out a new product, reviewing sales on an existing product or service, or simply because you want to know how your customers feel about your company. Don’t neglect receiving feedback from your employees too; they know your business too because they work with you.
Most importantly, have fun! Create a work environment and a healthy business culture where your employees feel free to mix a little fun into their daily routines and express themselves comfortably. After all, a happy employee is more likely to be a productive member of the organization - increasing business value and valuation.
Let your employees know they are appreciated and needed. Empower your trusted employees to make decisions without involving three layers of management.
The new world of business is about building a more productive business environment through increased communication, greater convenience, personal enjoyment, empowerment, and access to mission critical information. How does your business measure up online? Call Us 484-324-8890.
A fast-growing trend is live streaming video, with Facebook, YouTube, Livestream and others competing for dominance. Of course, ordinary videos you take on your smartphone and upload to YouTube are also great for sharing on social media.
Live streaming on sites such as Facebook Live and Instagram Live give you the chance to engage with your audience in real time. You can make people feel like they’re part of the action as you broadcast from home, your store or office or at an industry event. With live streaming, you can answer questions, showcase new products, and give viewers an inside look at your business.
Until relatively recently, videos were designed to stay in circulation for a long time. While there’s still value in creating videos for posterity on YouTube and elsewhere, don’t overlook the growth of short-lived or temporary videos on sites such as Snapchat and Instagram. Both sites have a Stories feature that lets you post videos that stay up for twenty-four hours. These are powerful for generating publicity for upcoming events and creating a sense of urgency.
Facebook en vivo para iglesias y organizaciones religiosas : ¡Su iglesia ahora está abierta al mundo!
Facebook se ha convertido en el portal de transmisión en vivo dominante en Internet hoy en día, y es una herramienta extremadamente efectiva para que las iglesias y las organizaciones religiosas permanezcan conectadas con su gente. Además, algunas organizaciones ya cuentan con configuraciones de estudio profesionales y, además, comenzar con la transmisión en vivo de Facebook es un proceso relativamente fácil que la mayoría de los proveedores de servicios de transmisión en vivo pueden manejar de principio a fin.
Con este medio nuevo y de rápido crecimiento, hay muchas razones convincentes por las que las iglesias deberían aprovechar Facebook Live para el ministerio y conectarse con las personas. Cada vez más personas van a la iglesia prácticamente todos los domingos a través de Facebook Live.
¿Necesitas ayuda con tu transmisión en vivo de Facebook?
La transmisión en vivo de Facebook ha llegado y ha llegado para quedarse. Algunos pueden resentir esto; algunos pueden abrazarlo. Pero no hay nada que podamos hacer al respecto, excepto aprovechar este medio para llegar a un público más amplio.
El equipo, la configuración y la integración pueden complicar las cosas al conectarse a Facebook Live. No todas las iglesias tienen el presupuesto, los recursos o la experiencia para aprovechar el poder de Facebook Live para el ministerio. Sin embargo, algunos profesionales de la webcast ofrecen opciones de bajo costo que garantizan una experiencia profesional de transmisión en vivo de Facebook.
El mundo es tu escenario . Transmitir a la audiencia más grande del mundo con la cámara en el bolsillo o buscar ayuda de un profesional de transmisión en vivo con experiencia transmitiendo en vivo en Facebook Live.
Podemos ofrecer un servicio de alta calidad a bajo precio porque Facebook no cobra una tarifa por usar su servicio. Hazlo con la ayuda de un amigo técnicamente experto o contrata a un experto para que administre el proceso de principio a fin. Siempre desempeñará un papel activo, proporcionando la interacción personal y la accesibilidad necesarias para servir adecuadamente a sus congregaciones en línea.
Facebook lo hace fácil porque:
Bienvenido al Nuevo Mundo del Ministerio:
La transmisión en vivo ha brindado a muchas personas la oportunidad de unirse a la celebración y ofrece flexibilidad nunca vista para los asistentes a la iglesia.
Las razones por las que elegiría transmitir podrían ser que desea llegar a los seguidores que están enfermos o lesionados, demasiado viejos para hacerlo en persona o personas que viajan y desean continuar participando en su propia comunidad de fe.
Puede aumentar el número de participantes activos en la comunidad de la iglesia, y posiblemente incluso la asistencia de la iglesia al acomodar a fieles y miembros privados que rara vez asisten a la iglesia de ladrillo y mortero, pero que verían los servicios desde la comodidad y privacidad de la iglesia. su casa.
Estira tu alcance:
Ser anfitrión de una transmisión en vivo también es una gran solución para llegar a cualquiera que no pueda asistir debido a la dificultad o la distancia. Cada vez es más común ver un servicio de adoración en vivo cuando se lo hospitaliza o cuando se vive en el extranjero. Los 'pájaros de nieve' ahora pueden mantenerse conectados a su iglesia local en línea.
Facebook Live te permite transmitir durante hasta cuatro horas de forma continua, por lo que es una gran opción incluso para servicios extendidos.
¡Transmisión en vivo y vendrán!
Transmita en vivo su servicio para que su iglesia pueda extender su alcance a cualquier persona que no pueda asistir a un servicio. Llámenos hoy para obtener más información ☏ 484-324-8890.
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Facebook has become the dominant live-streaming portal on the internet today, and is an extremely effective tool for churches and religious organizations to stay connected with their people. What’s more, some organizations already have professional studio setups, and moreover, getting started with Facebook Live streaming is a relatively easy process that ONLivestreams can handle from start to finish.
With this new and rapidly growing medium, there are many compelling reasons churches should be leveraging Facebook Live for ministry and to connect with people. A growing number of people are virtually going to church every Sunday via Facebook Live.
Facebook Live streaming has arrived and is here to stay. Some may resent this; some may embrace it. But there isn’t anything we can do about it except leverage this medium to reach a broader audience.
Equipment, setup and integration is not easy when connecting to Facebook Live. Not every church has the budget, resources or expertise to harness the power of Facebook Live for ministry, subsequently, ONlivestreams offers three low-cost options that guarantee a professional Facebook live streaming experience.
We are able to deliver a high quality service at a low price because Facebook does not charge a fee to use their service. DIY or let one of our experts to manage the process from start to finish! However, you will always play an active role, providing the personal interaction and accessibility needed to properly serve your online congregations.
Fortunately, Facebook makes this easy because:
The live platform allows you to broadcast for up to four hours continuously, making it a great fit for even extended services. Call us for more information 484-324-8890.
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