Social Chatter Episode 229: LinkedIn Live Targeting For Streamers & YouTube Applause For Monetizing Your Channel

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Social Chatter Episode 229: LinkedIn Live Targeting For Streamers & YouTube Applause For Monetizing Your Channel

Welcome to the 229th episode of Social Chatter, the longest running social media marketing talk show. We cover the latest social media news from this past week, including:

If you like, you can watch or listen to Social Chatter on our blog, YouTube channel, podcast or the Alexa Flash Briefing.

We also talked about Bitmoji TV and Instagram Stories GIF replies last week on Episode 227.

Let's see what's new in social media this week with, Christian Karasiewicz, Jim Fuhs and guest, Troy Sandidge.

Social Chatter: Social Media Marketing Talk Show - Episode 229



YouTube Applause

In YouTube news, you can now buy applause with YouTube Applause.

With YouTube Applause (which mirrors a Twitch feature), you can show your support for your favorite YouTube Creators by buying clapping - it costs $2.

If you are a YouTube Creator, keep in mind that you will need over 100,000 subscribers to get YouTube Applause on your channel, provided they select your channel.

Here is a look at how YouTube Applause works.


Why YouTube Applause Matters For Your Business

While YouTube would keep 30 percent of revenue generated from YouTube Applause, if your YouTube channel has a large number of subscribers and you are in Australia, Brazil, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United States, Applause could be a great way to further monetize your channel.

If you don't meet the requirements for YouTube Applause, you can still run ads, use features such as Super Chats, Super Stickers as ways to monetize your channel./a>.


LinkedIn Live Targeting Comes To Restream

In LinkedIn news, if you are a Restream user, you can now add LinkedIn Live Targeting, an advanced feature for broadcasters streaming to LinkedIn that provides the ability to target specific audiences based on language and location.


Why LinkedIn Live Targeting Matters For Your Business

LinkedIn Live Targeting is an advanced feature for broadcasters streaming to LinkedIn. It adds the ability to target specific audiences based on language and location.

Keep in mind that in order to use LinkedIn Live Targeting, you will need to have 300 followers on your LinkedIn Company Page first. In addition to LinkedIn Live access, which you can apply for here.

As a business, right now, not a lot of people are using LinkedIn Live, so this is a great opportunity to get familiar with the streaming platform and begin to try it out.

If you plan to use LinkedIn Live Targeting with Restream, remember, you don't have to enter a location and a language. You Can leave the language field blank to target a certain area with your live stream.

By using targeting on LinkedIn Live video content, you can help make sure you're getting your message in front of the the right audience. This way you can present the right products, services and workshops to your customers.


Other Social Media News Mentioned

Here are some additional social media news topics that we covered on our weekly live social media marketing talk show that are worth checking out.


How To Engage With Different Cultures and Communities On Social Media

This week on our social media marketing talk show, we also invited Troy Sandidge to share tips on helping you engage with different cultures and communities on social media.

Here are the tips that he shared.

  • Be aware of things outside of your industry that means something to your audience.
  • Understand the language, nuances, and visuals that would relate best with diverse audiences, you want them to feel "they get me" when they interact with your brand.
  • Make an effort to do research and do multiple ads or campaigns to tailored to different cultural norms. It takes more work but will be more effective for conversions and a stronger community.



Why You Need A Crisis Communications Plan For Social Media

Troy also discussed the important of having a crisis communications plan for social media. He shared these tips..

  • Don't bring more attention to a complaint by responding if they appear to be disorderly and disruptive and not able to have a conversation with or a "troll".
  • On Facebook you can hide comments. The only person who would see them is that user, no one else would see them. This has been an effective strategy to mitigate a situation with little to no damage to the community.
    Communicate with honesty, candor and openness.
  • If something happens, be sure you unschedule any social media posts. Otherwise, your business might appear insensitive if you are sharing updates.



In addition to sharing the latest news from this past week, we also highlighted some great social media tools and apps for you to check out.


Easy Advocacy

The first tool that we have for you this week is Easy Advocacy, a free employee advocacy tool from Agorapulse.

Does your business find it difficult to get your employees to share important company news?

With Easy Advocacy, you can invite your emlpoyees to share your campaigns across their social media channels in just a few clicks.



Easy Advocacy is a free tool from Agorapulse. You can try it using the following link.

Use Easy Advocacy to amplify the reach of your content to your employees





The second tool that we have for you this week is SendCalendar.

Would you like to attract more viewers to your live online events?


With SendCalendar, you can create and share an entire calendar with all of your events or make it easy for your audience to easily add your events to their calendar. This way it is easy for them to attend your online events.

As new events are added, your live events are automatically synced with a subscribers' calendar.

SendCalendar works with Google calendar, Apple calendar, Microsoft Outlook and more.

You can easily organize your events and invite your audience to join.

SendCalendar will run you just $9 per month for unlimited events. You can cancel at any time.


Increase attendance and boost event conversions with SendCalendar




That's it for this week's episode of Social Chatter.

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If you have any questions about any of the social media news or tools that were mentioned this week, please share them with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or in the comments below.

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Christian Karasiewicz Founder, Social Chefs Founder and CEO of Social Chefs, a digital marketing agency. I host two shows, #SocialChatter, the industries longest running social media marketing talk show and Social Snacks, 5 minute or less social media marketing tutorials.