Is Facebook LIVE better than Periscope? How do you like to use Facebook reactions? And what do we think of ads featuring gay couples?

Welcome to this week's Dinglecast.

[1:02] What's going on in our lives
[4:42] Facebook LIVE vs Periscope
[10:26] How can brands can use Facebook LIVE or Periscope
[14:28] Facebook has introduced reactions instead of just likes
[20:35] More and more companies are taking a stand and showing their support to LGBT communities
[27:40] Outro

Facebook LIVE vs Periscope

Facebook first and foremost advantage is that Facebook LIVE is included right inside the Facebook app, which means everyone already has it on their phone, while with Periscope you'll have to go through the ordeal of downloading and learning a new app.

On Periscope the video lasts for 24h and then it disappears, on Facebook it will remain on your timeline forever. In this way, Periscope is much more similar to a Snapchat story.

On both platforms, when you go LIVE, your followers or friends get a notification. For now, Facebook LIVE is available to all profiles on iOS devices and verified companies. Periscope is available to anyone with an account on the platform.

In the podcast we discuss 4 ways your company could use broadcast video for its content. And much more.

Useful links from this episode

Bloomberg: Inside Facebook decision to blow up the Like button
Adidas Valentine's Day post on Instagram
Adidas kiss shows LGBT support
The controversial (?) Finnmatkat ad

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Posted by Finnmatkat on Thursday, March 3, 2016

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