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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Live Video Sales

David Delke
David Delke
Founder

We all know that live video is a powerful tool for selling, but it can be hard to know how to make the most of it. So we've put together this cheat sheet to help!

1. Start off with a warm up question: You want your audience to feel comfortable and engaged before you start pitching them, so ask a question that will get them talking. Try something like: "What's something that's been on your mind lately?" Or "What are you looking forward to this week?"

2. Keep it short and simple: Don't try to cram too much information into one video—you're going for authenticity and trust here, not an infomercial. Aim for about 10 minutes max per video session.

3. Show off your personality: If there's one thing that connects people, it's humor! And if there are two things that connect people… well, you get the idea. Make sure your videos are full of personality, whether that means sharing something from your personal life or just being yourself on camera (we won't tell).

4. Keep track of what works: Once you've posted a few videos and gotten some feedback from viewers (and hopefully sales), keep track

David Delke
David Delke
Founder
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