Are you up to speed on the latest?

Things seem to be moving at breakneck speed on the social media scene.

Snapchat, Instagram, and now…

Not to add to your stress, but I thought you might find Periscope TV useful.

Even if you don’t want to set up a “show” of your own on Periscope, you can still visit places all over the world without leaving your desk.

Writing about Paris, London, or New York City? Check out one of the channels on Periscope. Live streaming lets you see through the eyes of a local.

Walk by the Canals in Amsterdam or stroll through the Paris markets. See China Town in New York. It’s all at your fingertips.

If you want to interact, set up your own program on Periscope and talk with the locals.

Check out this article on how you can use Periscope.

Book Marketing: How Authors Can Use Periscope’s Video Streaming Service by

One thing more, I had problems installing this on my Windows computer. Works great on my Ipad and Iphone but had trouble with computer.

Let me know what you think. Is this something that would appeal to you? Would you use it or is this just one more thing to keep up with?

Let’s talk join me @jeancogdell on Twitter and jean.cogdell on Facebook!
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6 thoughts on “Are you up to speed on the latest?

  1. Thank you Jean! I used to visit Periscope a lot, but got tired of it soon. It seems is getting more in “shape” now, I´ll visit again to see what´s new. Thanks for the insight!

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