November Scopers Challenge
It’s official. I’m obsessed with Periscope! This summer I knew Periscope was something I should get on board with but I was sooo scared! So Lauren, from Working Mom Magic, and I started September Scopers, and then continued the challenge with October Scopers and now it’s time for November Scopers…because we just can’t get enough Periscope! And this month, we’re sharing our Worst Date Ever stories…so it’s pretty much going to be an epic month!!!
Periscope is a great way to connect with others on a deeper level then any other social media platform. I’ve also learned some fabulous cooking tips, DIY projects, fitness tips, and so much more! I’m working on a post on ways you can use Periscope for your brand/blog/business/self…so stay tuned for those tips coming soon!
To join us for #NovemberScopers all you need to do is jump on Periscope and add the November Scopers hashtag to your title…there are no rules about following the prompts exactly, do what works for you!
There are a few ways you can connect with other #NovemberScopers…
- The Facebook group! Join us over on Facebook to share your handle, replays and ask all of your scoping questions!
- Explore the #NovemberScopers hashtag on Twitter and Instagram to connect with other people participating…it truly is a fabulous group!
- Find me on Periscope so we can watch each other’s broadcasts!
Tweet: Join @jmdenouden & @workingmommagic for #NovemberScopers …a daily #Periscope challenge http://bit.ly/1Xvc8pm
I’d love to hear…Have you tried Periscope? If you have, what do you think of it? If you haven’t, what’s been holding you back?
So I just download periscope (literally after reading this post) any way you could tell me how it works? I get that it’s live, but are the recordings saved or anything?
The recordings are saved on your periscope channel for 24 hours and then they disappear! If you want them to be available longer you can set up a katch.me account and that will automatically save your scopes so then you can share them from there.
The first time you scope it can feel a little awkward since it essentially feels like you are talking to your phone and I watched a few scopes first before I did my own live so I could see how it worked. My biggest tip is that if you are just starting out or scoping from home, turn your location off 🙂
Let me know if you have any other questions!
Hi Angie! So glad you joined. love your blog! Melissa from Blog Clarity did a great step by step post about how to start scoping. http://www.blogclarity.com/periscope-for-beginners/
Wish i had seen it before i started. lol
Can’t wait to catch your scopes!
Thanks for sharing this resource!
This is a great idea! I have a Periscope account, but I have never actually recorded anything. I’m so nervous to try it.
You should totally join us!!! The group is super supportive and it’s a great way to jump into Periscope!!
Patricia @ Grab a Plate
Thanks for the encouragement! I have an account but haven’t used it yet! I’m sooooo nervous!
Christine @ Love, Life, Surf
I’ve been so curious about Periscope but was so scared about doing broadcasts. I joined a Periscope challenge this month and it’s been so helpful! It’s a little addictive for sure but lots of fun.
This is awesome! I had wanted to one in October but life went crazy town. I will try to make this one happen!
We’d love to have you join us!!
Woohoo! I’m so glad you guys are doing this again! I’ve really enjoyed the last two months, even though i haven’t created that many scopes–i’m learning a lot and meeting sooo many great scopers/bloggers!!!! Soo a big THANK YOU to you and Lauren! hearts hearts hearts (sorry don’t have emojis on my laptop) 🙂
Cheers-Shana from Technotini.com
Glad you’re joining us again!