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How to Monetize Your Facebook Live Content
Presented by Andrew Haley, Product Evangelist, Telestream
Thursday, January 19, 2017 – 11:00 am PT | 2:00 pm ET | 7:00 pm GMT
Live streaming to Facebook has become very popular. The platform allows engagement and sharing in real-time within a robust and mature social network. But for businesses, brands, and individuals who want to make money off of their live content, there are specific rules and requirements Facebook live streamers must follow. Join us as we discuss the ways in which Facebook allows you to monetize your live content and how you can start generating revenue from your live streams.
What You Will Learn:
- Different ways to monetize your Facebook Live content
- Facebook rules and policies around monetizing content
- Hands on tools and features you can take advantage of for your live stream
Who Should Attend:
- Brands, businesses, individuals, and organizations looking for ways and methods to monetize live content on Facebook
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