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Today, we dive deep into going live on video, overcoming your fears, and why sometimes when things go wrong, it's just an opportunity to connect with your fans even more!
One of the biggest challenges bloggers and creators have is connecting with our audiences, of letting our personality come through and making our fans feel involved. One of the best ways to do this is through video, especially live video.
But between technology concerns and fear of messing up, many bloggers shy away from it. But today's guest is the perfect person to give us that boost of confidence we need, to get out there and connect!
The video of the interview is also available on the Makin' Bacon YouTube Channel.
Kathy Hester is a blogger at Plant Based Instant Pot & Healthy Slow Cooking, recipe developer, and author of 11 cookbooks. She's sold over 150,000 cookbooks and teaches live monthly online cooking classes. Kathy started doing live Facebook videos a few years ago and found that it forged a strong connection with her audience.
She took those skills and started doing live online cooking classes, in addition to working with brands on Facebook lives. She's an avid teacher and loves to help people learn to do what they used to be afraid of.
If you want to read some more about this, here are a few helpful links.
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