The Live Video Revolution: How to Build Relationships and Get More Business with Live Video
Discussion Leaders: Joel Comm, Founder & CEO, InfoMediaInc.com; Live Video Marketing Expert; International Keynote Speaker; New York Times-Best Selling Author
When: Thursday, June 8: 10am-11am PT | 1pm-2pm ET
What to Expect: Social media and smartphones have revolutionized how we do business. Whether a home-based entrepreneur or a Fortune 500 company, we all now have the ability to interact with prospects and customers around the world with a simple post. And while you have been busy with brand strategy, the next phase of the revolution has already begun... and it's all about live video!
New York Times Best-Selling Author and leading live video marketing expert Joel Comm states "Live video is the most significant development in social media since the creation of the smart phone." In this special cutting-edge roundtable, Joel will demonstrate how businesses and brands can gain an unfair advantage over their competition by understanding and implementing the power of live video in their marketing.
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