With live strea­ming, inter­ac­tion with your view­ers is key to crea­ting an enga­ging and enjoya­ble expe­ri­ence for ever­yo­ne invol­ved. Here are some tips to help you crea­te more inter­ac­tion during a livestream:

  • Inter­act with your view­ers: Make sure you respond prompt­ly to comm­ents or ques­ti­ons. This crea­tes the neces­sa­ry sen­se of com­mu­ni­ty and shows that you value their participation.
  • Use polls or launch a quiz: Incor­po­ra­ting such inter­ac­ti­ve ele­ments is a fun way to enga­ge with your audi­ence and keep them cap­ti­va­ted throug­hout the broadcast.
  • Use co-hosts: If you have a lar­ge audi­ence and expect a lot of feed­back, you should con­sider using co-hosts. They help you to mana­ge the comm­ents and orga­ni­ze the ques­ti­ons. This allows you to stay focu­sed and ensu­re that all ques­ti­ons are answered.
  • Use chat­bots: Chat­bots can be hel­pful to ans­wer fre­quent­ly asked ques­ti­ons or pro­vi­de your view­ers with addi­tio­nal infor­ma­ti­on. This can help you focus on inter­ac­ting with your audi­ence in a dif­fe­rent way.
  • Use social media: Pro­mo­te your live­stream on social media befo­re and during the event and encou­ra­ge view­ers to share their expe­ri­en­ces with others. This will help increase inte­rest and expand your audience.

Remem­ber, the more inter­ac­ti­ve and enga­ging your live­stream is, the more likely it is that your audi­ence will stay and return for future streams.

In our expe­ri­ence, the Slido tool in par­ti­cu­lar offers excel­lent oppor­tu­ni­ties to inter­act with view­ers on site and on their devices. The easier the access is, for exam­p­le by dis­play­ing a QR code, the more respon­ses you will receive.