How To Stream Video Live On Your Blog or Website

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Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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17 Responses to How To Stream Video Live On Your Blog or Website

  1. Wow, Gideon! This seems really coool! :) Thanks so much for posting it.

    Also, Screenr is such a fantastic tool. The simplicity and quality is just amazing. I do have Camtasia installed on my PC, but Screenr is so much simpler that I rarely use Camtasia anymore. And I think the 5 minute limit can be beneficial. This way you must think hard what to put in the video, so it’ll be more up to the point and less babbling. I love Screenr.

    Have a great day!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Zsolt!

      Great to hear from you again!

      Yeah, I think http://www.Screenr.com is officially my most favorite online service for the year!

      They really ROCK!

      Gideon Shalwick

  2. Maggie

    Wow Gideon, you did it again! This will certainly come in handy next year, as I work toward my membership site. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Nice tip Gideon,

    What I want to know is, it a good idea to just add it to your blog or website for visitors to view special shows in your niche. This is providing you don’t have a show yet?

    At least it will allow visitors to remain on your site longer and create a desire for them to return.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey James

      Yeah I think adding the live player to your blog is a great idea. You can create a special page on your blog and create some kind of a schedule for when your live shows are.

      And the other great thing about ustream.tv is that you can record your shows. So, once you’re done with your show, you simply add the embed code for that recorded show on your normal blog posts, and then you have some nice and easy content for future visitors to your blog.

      Have fun!

      Gideon

  4. Wow!

    Definitely very cool. I just bookmarked http://www.screenr.com on my computer and will have to check it out. I’m sure my computer would support the live video all up to the fact that I’m running Ubuntu. We’ll have to see.

    Eric
    http://www.bluepop13.com
    http://blog.bluepop13.com

  5. This is so cool Gideon. I have learned so much by watching your videos. Thank you so much.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      You’re welcome Katrina!

      That’s what I’m here for – to help YOU!

      Gideon

  6. I was looking for a quick solution to be able to share my 60th birthday bash with friends and family back in the U.S. and elsewhere. Thank’s for turning me on to Ustream – had it up and going in less than 15 min.

  7. Hi,
    Thats great Gideon You are doing great job I am really thankfull to you,Gideon I want to publish live stream to my blog from ustream ,is there is any way to publish live stream to my blog ,will you please help me to do this .
    thanks

  8. Saare

    THANK YOU!!! just what I was looking for!!!

  9. Great info. Thanks for sharing. Ustream really rules. Aside from its embeddable and live streaming features, it has also interactive social chat modules, making it into a connected one. A great tool to build relationships with your clients.

  10. Thanks for this post. Very helpful video.

  11. john

    I want to upload videos to my website and i want to broadcast them to each and every house TV’. How can i do It. Whether i require any software or permission. Please reply fast, its urgent.

    from
    john

  12. Lee

    Can someone tell me how this is different from what BoxCast is doing?

  13. Joe

    Just heard about a company called BoxCast. Streams live video more simply than anything I’ve ever seen. Anybody heard of it? Pretty darn cool…..

  14. Live streaming is so convenient and important nowadays. Thanks for posting such informative video.