You can post them directly onto Facebook, so that anyone on your Friends can watch at any time (or anyone at all if you make the post Public)
You can post them in a Facebook Group – only members will be able to view them
By creating a Facebook Group, you can control membership – and determine whether you want to charge for entry to the group. (We recommend that people pay via PayPal if you intend to monetise this process, or bank transfer!)
Be aware that music copyright can cause the audio to be muted – a suggestion would be to use artist tracks, which are available for members of Everything Line Dance free of charge.
You can publish them on YouTube so that anyone can watch them. If you have subscribers to your Channel, they will receive a notification that you’ve uploaded a new video
You can change the privacy setting on a video so that only people with the link can view it – this means that your video won’t be included in search results. note: The link can be passed on by anyone who has it, so viewing is not as restricted as Facebook.
Be aware that music copyright can cause the video to become unavailable.
It’s as simple as selecting the Live option as your status.
Friends will receive a notification that you are live streaming.
The audience can be anyone on your Friends list.
The video will be saved after the Live Stream ends so it can be watched again. You may wish to go Live in a Facebook Group to restrict the audience – and again, you could charge for membership. (more on charges coming soon).