Wondering if anyone has had multiple physician FaceBook Live Videos on the same subject a few months apart, and what was the success factor? We changed our community talk to on-line (used a platform called CrowdCast), then switched to a shorter FaceBook Live Video format. Originally, we had planned to have the same community talk several times a year. Now, wondering what the success will be having it on FB Live instead. FYI – our last two FB Live sessions- one on joint replacement and one on shoulder pain had views over 1000.
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Last I was looking at the Tik Tok platfrom, I found this article – https://www.omnicoreagency.com/tiktok-statistics/#:~:text=TikTok%20Demographics,spent%20using%20TikTok%20in%202019.
41 percent of TikTok users are aged between 16 and 24. 56% of TikTok users are male and 44% are female. Roughly 50% of TikTok's global audience is under the age of 34 with 26% between 18 and 24. Chinese users account for 80% of the total time spent using TikTok in 2019.Feb 12, 2020
Mon, Mar 30 10:34am · Experience w/Community using Zoom, GoToWebinar or YouTube for Videos in Give & Get Advice
Thank you for your input @womenofteal !
Fri, Mar 27 1:56pm · Experience w/Community using Zoom, GoToWebinar or YouTube for Videos in Give & Get Advice
We are changing our community talks to live video streaming. Are target demographic is the 50-80 yr old range, we are worried that if we use a service like GoToWebinar or Zoom, that people won't watch because they would need to download the app/program first. Anyone have experience with this? We used YouTube last time, and it worked okay, looking to be able to have some of the benefits that the other programs offer. Thanks ~