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29-09-2022

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🌟 HOW TO KEEP ON TALKING WHEN STREAMING - PART 2 - A THREAD 🌟 Hi everyone! Today me and @devonazure are back with a continuation of our streaming tips series! We hope that you can find it helpful πŸ’™ First part will be linked in this post as well! #Vtuber | #VtubersEN

🌟 INTRODUCTION 🌟 Before we start, we wanted to first say THANK YOU for all of the support on our first post! We’re glad that we can help and we hope that we can continue creating content that is helpful to the Vtuber / streaming community <3

🌟 ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS 🌟 Talking can be scary and it'll be harder if there is no one to talk with in chat, but it's a good idea to try to avoid long periods of silence - you never know when a viewer can catch the right topic to jump in the chat!

🌟 ADDITIONAL TIP 1 - Narrating Practices and Examples! 🌟 One of the most common ways to keep on talking is to simply practice thinking out loud! There’s usually a lot of things happening when we're streaming~ and by giving your comments, you can keep your audience engaged!

🌟 ADDITIONAL TIP 1 - Narrating Practices and Examples! 🌟 Here are some example prompts and approach when coming up with things to say! This can work for gaming, drawing, and other types of streams. You can explore to see what works better for you!

🌟 ADDITIONAL TIP 2 - Learning From Others! 🌟 To see some of the best examples of how people can keep on talking even when there is no one watching, Youtubers and podcasters are some of the best examples! And learning from them can give us a lot of insights πŸ’™

🌟 ADDITIONAL TIP 3 - Reviewing VOD 🌟 It will be harder for us to improve if we don’t have a clear vision on what to improve. By Reviewing our past recordings, we can better learn how a viewer might feel when watching our streams.

🌟 ADDITIONAL TIP 3 - Reviewing VOD 🌟 How do we review our VOD? Here's an example how you can do it! In general, try to place yourself as a viewer and think of what you can improve next time in similar situations

🌟 END - Thank you for your reading the thread! We hope this second thread can be helpful too ❀️ and if you do find it helpful, Feel free to share it around and leave comments about your own tips and experience~ We would love to hear it! 🌟

🌟 Also if you haven't, you can check out our first Part of the series through the link Below~ 🌟 ⬇️ First Part ⬇️

A- Meant to link this one for the first one xD



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