How To Transition from Another Live Streaming App to Tango
If you enjoy live streaming elsewhere, starting out fresh on Tango Live may seem like a challenging task at first.
Fears of starting out on the wrong foot are common, and even justified, as many streamers find it difficult to adjust and succeed in a new platform.
Thankfully, there are many different ways to become popular as a live streamer when you're on Tango - and below are some tips on how to succeed on Tango Live as you start a new chapter in livestreaming:
This is where being an experienced live streamer pays off! Try and get as many of your previous viewers to come and watch you on Tango during this transitionary time. Take advantage of your social media channels and hype up your arrival to Tango as much as you can. Make sure no one is left unaware of when you’re going live.
If you’re active on social media, in addition to your livestreaming, you might even get new viewers who had not thought of ever watching you live until they saw your post about it. This is a vital tool at your disposal and there is no reason not to use it to have an easier start.
The time in which you choose to go live plays an important role in how many people will be watching your streams.
Therefore, it is very important to understand when users are most and least active. As tempting as it may be, you may not want to stream during the most active time globally right away.
Keep in mind that initially, you’re relatively unknown on Tango, as a result, the most active times will be dominated by established stars, and you’ll be unlikely to bring new viewers who will discover your new stream.
Right after getting started, it is best to start streaming between 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM GMT. Within this time slot, most stars do not stream, so it is easier for a newcomer like yourself to gain a loyal audience. For the first month, your key task is to get as many viewers and fans as possible.
Once you’re established with an initial audience, and some valuable experience, start streaming at different times to gain new fans in different time zones.
It’s most beneficial to stream at the hottest times in the different regions of the world. Once you’ve made a name for yourself, stream at a time when two or more regions are active - this can make you a Tango superstar in no time!
You can make a good deal of money with live streaming any day of the week. With that in mind, on average, there is a gradual increase in activity from Monday to Thursday, followed by a gradual decline. On Sunday, there are fewer users than on any other day.
These two simple, yet effective, actions can help you transition seamlessly into the Tango live streaming experience. Use these, and you’ll be a Tango Live superstar in no time!
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