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#028 - Livestream Showdown: BeLive vs StreamYard

belive category: livestreaming streamyard type: podcast

Welcome to BS’ing with Brandi where my mission is to help you #GetShitDone. I'm your host Brandi Good and today we’re going to do a feature comparison of BeLive vs Streamyard, which if you don’t know are 3rd party tools for live streaming to platforms like Facebook and YouTube.

 

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I’m going to start with a quick pro/con of using 3rd party tools and then we’ll dive into comparing the 2 platforms on features like number of guests, production capabilities, destinations, branding, and more. And of course, price.

  • Pros & cons of using a 3rd party tool (vs just going live directly on the platform)
  • Number of guests
  • Streaming destination
  • Frequency or length of streams
  • Production features
  • Mobile capabilities
  • Branding
  • Price

 It isn’t really a case of one being better than the other - it totally depends on things like what you need your livestream to do, how often you go live, how many guests you need, and things like that.

So which one do you think you’re going to use? I hope you’ve got a good idea at this point. And as a bonus, I’ll be including referral links for each platform. 

That wraps up today’s episode of BS’ing with Brandi. If you enjoyed this topic, you can find more like it at bsingwithbrandi.com, along with show notes and links to any resources mentioned today. While you’re there, feel free to subscribe to future episodes on the platform of your choice, and I wish you all the best getting shit done this week!

 

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