Facebook Live allows you to broadcast live videos. It gives you the ability to interact with your viewers, who are typically passive viewers. You can respond to comments and questions from viewers as they log into Facebook. For instance, you can pin a viewer’s comment to the top of the chat. You can also save your stream. These features allow you to focus on hosting and providing content that engages viewers.
Limiting your audience by location
Facebook Live video is a powerful tool to build an audience. If you are using Wi-Fi, it is essential to have a strong connection to ensure your video streams are visible to the largest audience possible. If you have a poor connection, the “Go Live” button will be grayed out. You should also choose a location with good lighting and minimal background noise. It’s also important to position your camera so it captures the entire shot. Finally, you should include a description that gives your audience a sense of what they’ll get out of your live stream.
Facebook has made it easier for live streamers to limit their audience to a specific location. However, you can only limit your audience by location if you use their API. Those who use the API can limit their audience by location, age, and gender. You can’t restrict the audience of a Facebook Live broadcast from the Facebook app.
You can limit your audience to a specific area or time zone, or you can select a region or even a zip code. You can also specify a minimum or maximum age limit. However, you can’t limit your audience to a specific city in the US.