4 Ways to Use Periscope to Interact with Your Fans

by / Wednesday, 16 September 2015 / Published in Uncategorized



Social media is always evolving and ever changing. There is always a new platform that’s popping up and giving you another way to connect with people. Enter Periscope- the new kid on the block. Periscope is a live broadcasting app that allows you to interact and engage with people in real-time. While you may be still figuring out how to use Snapchat to promote your music or may not want to add another social network to your arsenal, Periscope gives you an unique platform to connect with your fans in real-time. Here are 4 ways to use Periscope to interact with your fans.


  1. Listening sessions– Give your fans a preview of your new music by having a listening parties on Periscope. Fans can give you feedback by leaving comments and “hearts” during your broadcast. Previewing your music on Periscope can also build demand for your next project. The more anticipation you build for your next project the more likely it will be a success.


  1. Behind-the-Scenes Footage– Broadcast a portion of your studio sessions or show rehearsals. Fans love to see you in creative mode and it gives them a glimpse into your world. Invite them into your process. Share your journey and your hard work with them.


  1. Live stream performances– Doing a really big show in one location, but want to give all your fans a chance to see the show? Broadcast the show on Periscope. Doing a broadcast gives your fans the ability to see the show and increase exposure for your music. Encourage your fans to share your broadcasts on their social networks and invite their friends to create more awareness for your brand.


  1. Short updates – Give your fans updates by doing regular short broadcasts on Periscope. Pick a day of the week where you do a short broadcast and let your fans know what you have going on.


Remember, you do not have to be on every new social network. Have a presence on the sites where your audience is located and consistently engage with them there.

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