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Launch Your Live

Summary: Struggling to go live with video? Ready to get started? Welcome to The Launch Your Live Podcast! In each episode, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs discuss the strategies, tactics, techniques, procedures, live video tools and systems to create and host your own live video show on the many different social media platforms. This show is dedicated to helping you get started with live video, also known as live streaming to help promote your business, product, or story. The podcast is a combination of educational episodes as well as interviews with successful live-streaming professionals. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let's get you moving with live video! https://launchyour.live

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 How to get Started with Live Streaming on YouTube with Diana Gladney | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 41:20

YouTube live streaming, also known as YouTube Live, is an easy way that your business can reach your target audience in real-time. Diana Gladney has been a YouTube streamer for over 4 years and helps entrepreneurs simplify the video creation process. On this episode we will talk with her about how you can use YouTube to go live. Learn what got Diana started with live streaming  What Is YouTube Live? How Does YouTube Live Differ From Facebook Live - going live from a Facebook Page? Why should you go Live on YouTube Is there a reason why you should not go live on YouTube What are some tips to get started with YouTube How to connect with Diana Thank you for joining us for episode 33 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how you can get started with live streaming using YouTube Live with Diana Gladney For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep33 (https://launchyour.live/ep33). We will see you all on a future episode. Remember, if you need help with your livestreaming, contact us for a consultation by messaging us on our Facebook page @launchyourlive Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Link: https://launchyour.live/ep33 (https://launchyour.live/ep33) Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How You Can Use Graphics and Video For Your Live Streams | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:10

Do you want to take your live stream to the next level? Using graphics and video during your live stream can give your live video show a broadcast quality look.  In this episode we will discuss 14 ways to enhance your live video content with graphics and video. Countdown timer Intro video Intro overlay graphic (placeholder, can also be used as your live video thumbnail) Lower third graphic Rolling tickers Full screen overlay (category or guest) Split screen graphic overlay Live video frame Promotional video Background(s) Bug (logo placement) Animated text Outro Video Outro overlay graphic (final screen before signing off) Thank you for joining us for episode 32 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how you can use graphics and video to enhance your live streams and make them more engaging for your viewers. For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep32 (https://launchyour.live/ep32). We will see you all on a future episode. If you need help with your livestreaming, contact us for a consultation by messaging us on our Facebook page @launchyourlive Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 What Not to Do During A Live Stream | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:05

Do you struggle with keeping your audience on your live streams? Sometimes it is what you do during your live stream that can cause viewers to go elsewhere. On this episode, you will learn what not to do during a live stream. On this episode, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs explore what not to do during a live stream. Do not change the date of your event. Stay consistent. Don’t wait for people to show up Do not overlook the quality of your video. Test it beforehand. Do not overlook the quality of your audio. Audio is more important than video. Never ignore your audience Don’t speak at your viewers Don’t forget to be social. Social media can play a key role in helping to increase the reach of your live stream. Make your broadcast engaging. Add trivia, polls, giveaways, and so forth. Don’t leave your broadcast. Don’t forget to test everything Don’t always stick to the script Don’t complicate your setup Do not swear or scream during your broadcast Do not threaten or insult your viewers Don’t forget your backup plan Don’t panic if something goes wrong Don’t forget to engage with your viewers Avoid checking your mobile device or other websites during your broadcast Keep your live stream on time Don’t forget to thank your guest and viewers Come prepared. This includes having your notes ready Don’t forget to reply to comments from the broadcast Thank you for joining us for episode 31 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed what not to do during a live stream. For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep31 (https://launchyour.live/ep31). We will see you all on a future episode. If you need help with your livestreaming, contact us for a consultation by messaging us on our Facebook page @launchyourlive Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 23 Items to Cross Off Your Checklist Before You Go Live | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 36:12

Learn how to prepare yourself for live streaming success with this handy checklist of items to check off before you go live.  On this episode, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs explore what items you need to do before starting your live stream in order to ensure you have a quality broadcast. How to prepare before your live stream Checking Your Computer Avoid last-minute software updates Reboot your computer Close open tabs and apps Clear your computer memory. Parallels Toolbox Plug-in to ethernet Test your Internet (Speedtest.net). You need at least 5 Mbps Checking Your Equipment Check your camera. Is it at the right height and angle? Check your audio levels. Look for audio clipping or a slow Internet connection Secure any loose cables Run a test stream. Facebook Live to only you. Instagram Stories, Facebook Stories, and so on. Clean-up your background Remove devices from your Internet Disable any cloud-based software, such as Dropbox or Google Drive Turn off interruptions such as alarms, phones, etc Put your computer into ‘do not disturb’ mode Send notes to guests beforehand Run an equipment check with guests, 15 minutes before each live video Notify your house guests Notes. Are they ready and accessible? Warm up beforehand. Check your posture and do a 1 minute vocal warm up Verify your destinations Handle your business beforehand. This includes getting water, using the bathroom, etc Have a backup plan Start your stream on time Thank you for joining us for episode 30 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed what to do before you go live. If you need help with your livestreaming, contact us for a consultation by messaging us on our Facebook page @launchyourlive For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep30. We will see you all on a future episode. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Live Stream From Your Browser with Geige Vandentop, Co-Founder of StreamYard | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 38:13

Are you looking to live stream from your browser? Live video from your browser is an effective way to launch your own show. This week, Christian and Jim interview Geige Vandentop of StreamYard on the advantages of a browser-based live stream. Live streaming from your browser has become a quick and effective way to get started and look professional. This week, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs discuss how to live stream from your browser with Geige Vandentop, Co-Founder of StreamYard. You will also learn about the advantages and disadvantages of using a browser-based live video solution for your live streams. Thank you for joining us for episode 29 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how to live stream using cloud and browser-based solutions with Geige Vandentop, Co-Founder of StreamYard For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep29. We will see you all on a future episode. If you need help with your livestreaming, contact us for a consultation by messaging us on our Facebook page Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Overcome Your Fear of Doing Live Video with Kevin Kolbe | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 57:36

Live streaming on Facebook, YouTube or LinkedIn Live can be scary. If you want to overcome your fear of live video, follow the steps that we share on this episode of the Launch Your Live podcast, with Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs. They explore how to overcome your fear of doing live video with guest, Kevin Koble from Kevin Kolbe Media.  Here is what you will learn:  - How to talk to the camera - How to gain confidence on live video - How to live stream as if there are 100,000 people watching you Thank you for joining us for episode 28 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed overcoming your fear of doing live video. For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep28 (https://launchyour.live/ep28). We will see you all on a future episode. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Pre-Promote Your Live Video Show to Get More Viewers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 49:17

You’ve prepared to go live, but how do you notify viewers in advance so that they know where to watch your live stream? Marketing or pre-promoting your show is an essential part of your live video strategy for growing your audience. On episode 27, we will discuss how to promote your live video show ahead of time so that you begin to attract viewers and build your community. Description: Email marketing Email blast 1-hour reminder (30 min or 15 min) Social media platforms Twitter Schedule tweets with the link to your broadcast Tag your guests Create a pinned tweet Change your Twitter name Add your show in your bio Build and promote a Twitter list Update your Twitter header Build overall excitement Facebook Facebook posts Facebook Page Some live streaming tools let you schedule your stream in advance Facebook Groups Share upcoming shows Facebook Event Live video (tell your audience) Pop-up live video Stories Chatbots Instagram Posts Stories Live video (tell your audience) Pop-up live video Convert and upload videos to IGTV YouTube Schedule your next livestream YouTube comments LinkedIn Posts Pre-record a video Tag your guests Update your profiles to let people know about your show Invite your guest to share with their audience (IMPORTANT) Give and take! It impacts future opportunities / partnerships Thank you for joining us for episode 27 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how to pre-promote your live video show to attract more viewers.  For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep26 (https://launchyour.live/ep27). We will see you all on a future episode. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 Alternative Live Streaming Destinations with Dylan Shinholser From ViewStub | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:03

Do you struggle to get live viewers on your social media platforms? Without an audience, it can be both frustrating and demoralizing. Maybe you need to look elsewhere to find and engage with your audience. On episode 26, we sit down with Dylan Shinholser, Director of Business Development at View Stub to learn how View Stub can help you to monetize your live videos and grow your audience off of social media. Viewstub is one of several platforms that let you livestream off of social platforms, Dylan Shinholser will talk about ViewStub and lets livestreamers monetize to their audiences and own their content since they are not on rented land. Thank you for joining us for episode 26 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed alternative live streaming destinations. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video Link: https://launchyour.live/ep26 (https://launchyour.live/ep26) Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Determine the Optimal Length of Your Live Stream Video | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:01

How long should live videos be? Some platforms recommend that you stream for at least 20 minutes, others say 1 to 3 minutes. What is an ideal length for your live videos? On this episode, we are going to discuss tips for better live video broadcasts. If you start with the end in mind, it will help you…. While some platforms let you stream for hours at a time, will your audience stay interested? There are a lot of factors that go into determining how long your live videos should be. Factors What is the purpose of your live stream? Are these tips, interviews? Is it a live webinar? How much preparation time do you need to produce your live stream? Is the time you have to put into preparing worth the end result of the live stream? Who is your audience? What platform are they on? If the audience is on Instagram, you have to use mobile (Instagram Live) When are you going to be streaming? A schedule and consistency are important Pop-up lives can be effective Breaking news big changes The value is in the replay Never find time that works for everyone 5 ways to figure out how long your live videos should be Review your analytics YouTube analytics in Creator Studio Average watch time, average view duration Where do viewers drop off? A/B testing Test different lengths. (5 minutes versus 10-15 minutes) Look at successful live streams that you admire. How long are their shows. But don’t compare yourself to them. Compare platforms Platform audience Psychology People have different behaviors on different platforms. Facebook vs YouTube Quick updates vs more in-depth content Audience Where does your audience spend most of their time? Where do they prefer to consume video? Thank you for joining us for episode 25 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how long your live videos should be. For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep25 (https://launchyour.live/ep25) . We will see you all on a future episode. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let’s get you moving with live video. Link: https://launchyour.live/ep25 (https://launchyour.live/ep25) Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 Live Streaming Video Alternatives | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:45

Why would you use a live streaming video alternative service? Internet Speed Scheduling Time Availability to Go Live Consistency Camera Confidence Practice using a mobile device Live Streaming Video Alternatives StreamYard Ecamm Live Facebook Premiere (socialchefs.com/fbpremiere) YouTube Premiere Facebook Watch Party Restream IO UStream - Budget Considerations Vimeo Create OneStream - different channels (Pages, Groups, Twitch, Smashcast, etc) LivePigeon Thank you for joining us for episode 24 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed live video streaming alternatives. For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep24 (https://launchyour.live/ep24). We will see you all on a future episode. Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 When Is the Best Time to Go Live? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 20:50

Are you wondering when is the best time to go live on Facebook, YouTube, or LinkedIn Live to maximize audience participation? Choosing the right time for your live video show is important because it helps you maximize engagement and awareness with your viewers. On this episode, we will help you identify the best time for you to go live. Do you know when the best time to go live on Facebook, YouTube, or LinkedIn Live is? On this episode, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs explore how to identify the best time for you to stream your live videos.  Keep in mind that choosing the right time for your live video show is important because it helps you maximize engagement and awareness with your viewers.  They answer questions such as: - How often to go live - The importance of a live video strategy - How to identify the best times to go live - Using Facebook Live analytics to improve viewership - And more Thank you for joining us for episode 23 of the Launch Your Live podcast where we discussed how to identify the best time to go live.  For more information, head to https://launchyour.live/ep23 (https://launchyour.live/ep23). We will see you all on a future episode. Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Use Live Streaming Video For Business With Ross Brand | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 35:55

Learn how live streaming video for business can help you generate more exposure and how it can generate revenue for your business.  On this episode, Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs interview Ross Brand, host of StreamYard Connect, a weekly live video show, where he shares advice to help your business get started with live streaming.  In addition, they discuss monetizing your live videos for your business. You can watch this interview on our YouTube channel and make sure to follow us on all these other channels. More about this episode: https://launchyour.live/ep22 (https://launchyour.live/ep22) Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live/ (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 How to Increase Live Stream Engagement With Yifat Cohen | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 26:23

Live streaming can be a great way to increase your visibility and exposure, but what if your live videos are not driving engagement? Christian Karasiewicz and Jim Fuhs interview Yifat cohen on how you can get more engagement using live video.  As you increase live stream engagement, it can also help you be more confident on camera because you now have an audience. Listen to these tips to not only increase live stream engagement, but also learn how to maximize engagement for your business with live streaming. Watch the video of this episode on our YouTube channel More about this episode: https://launchyour.live/ep21 (https://launchyour.live/ep21) Launch Your Live Official Site https://launchyour.live (https://launchyour.live) Facebook https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (https://facebook.com/launchyourlive) Instagram https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (https://instagram.com/launchyourlive) Twitter https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (https://twitter.com/launchyourlive) LinkedIn https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live) YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A)

 Internet Speed For Live Streaming, How Fast Do You Need? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 24:58

Live streaming doesn’t work without stable Internet. How do you make sure that you are prepared when you go live? On this episode, Jim Fuhs and Christian Karasiewicz discuss what Internet speed you need for live streaming. Here are some best practices to help improve your Internet speed for live streaming. Before you start measuring your speed, restart your computer. Next, be sure you close any applications or browser tabs that you don’t need for your live streams. They take up resources your system needs. One tool we use to save our tabs is OneTab, a Google Chrome extension. You should also consider hard-wired versus WiFi. If you are going to be mobile, you need a 4G at minimum. 3G limits your ability to stream and screenshare at the same time. Also keep in mind whether you will be streaming from your house, business, a hotel, using a hotspot, etc.  Next, be sure you check your upload versus download speeds. Upload speed is the most important. You can check your speed at Speedtest.net. Here are the recommended Internet speeds. At minimum, you need 3 megabits per second. 5Mbps is ideal. If you want to stream in 4K, you need at least 25Mbps. If your Internet is not fast enough, consider lowering the quality of your broadcast under 1080p or 720p in your live streaming software. Thank you for joining us for episode 20 of the Launch Your Live podcast. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let's get you moving with live video! More about this episode: https://launchyour.live/ep20 https://launchyour.live/ (Launch Your Live Official Site) https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (Facebook) https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (Instagram) https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (Twitter) https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (LinkedIn) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (YouTube)

 How to Repurpose Your Live Streams With Stephanie Liu | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:49

What do you do with your live streams when they are finished? Do you just move on to the next episode? On this episode we will talk with Stephanie Liu from Lights, Camera, Live about why you should  repurpose your live videos after you’re off the air. Watch the interview on video on the Launch Your Live YouTube channel. Click the subscribe or follow button, push play, and let's get you moving with live video! https://launchyour.live/ (Launch Your Live Official Site) https://facebook.com/launchyourlive (Facebook) https://instagram.com/launchyourlive (Instagram) https://twitter.com/launchyourlive (Twitter) https://linkedin.com/company/launch-your-live (LinkedIn) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAelMZ-TPHw-vn0fWTxQ9A (YouTube)

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