Superpeer Launch Series

The Superpeer team has been hard at work on our very latest (and very exciting) addition to the Superpeer platform: Series!

So, what’s a Series?

Series is the new (ahem, better) way to host an online event series or cohort-based course. It's a completely customizable way to package and sell content to your audience, instead of piece by piece.

Do you want to host a class about problem-solving in the workplace? Make it a Series. Do you want to present guided meditation videos to your followers? Make it a Series. Do you want to live stream makeup tutorials and do a Q&A? Make it a Series. You get the picture – it’s super flexible.

If you have a collection of content, or a great idea for a livestream class, event, or podcast, then Series is the key to unlocking its potential. It’s the modern way to exchange knowledge, connect with your subscribers, and make money doing what you love.

You can package your Series in many different ways

✓ Streams: a livestream

✓ Premiere: a live viewing of a pre-recorded video with a live chat function (users watch it alongside you and ask questions, give feedback, etc.)


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Congratulations on getting started with your Superpeer account. We hope you are having the best live experience with your audience.

Virtual sessions can be challenging sometimes, especially when it comes to engaging with your audience and getting them to actively participate. People get distracted and bored easily during online sessions. It’s always good to understand how your audience is engaging with you and the content you provide.

These 3 tips will keep your audience at the edge of their seats throughout the session.

Start with the 60 Second Rule

Never jump into the solutions until your audience has understood the problem. Spend some time with the problem. Make it relatable. Spark curiosity to make them think about it. You may share some interesting facts, statistics or ask questions that might be relatable to their situation, or resonate with their values and beliefs. This will help them own the problem and be intrigued to find the solution.

Take short breaks

Giving your audience some time to relax is good for both you and them. Taking short breaks allows people to recharge their energy and spike their enthusiasm. How many breaks you take, and how long they are should depend on

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New Live Stream Video Chat Features Added

We’re so excited to launch our new video chat features that will empower you and your audience with seamless live experiences enabling the best interactions with your audience. These new features will give you the flexibility to manage your live audience with ease.

Here are 8 new features that you and your audience will love:

· New tabs for different types of chat messages (Chat, Questions and Starred messages): Online discussions can get very long and messy if not organized well. Different tabs for each type will help you and your audience to engage in the conversation efficiently.

· Raise hand: The most important rule of online discussions is “one person at a time”. Asking the audience to raise hand before they speak will help maintain a meaningful conversation throughout the session.

· Mark a comment as a “question”: Some comments may be hard to respond if not classified well, marking a comment as a question can help you in finding the best possible answers.

· Mark a question as answered: When you are asked too many questions, it’s always best to mark the ones you’ve already answered so that you don’t confuse answering a question twice.

· Star a chat

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