5 Comments

    5 thoughts on “Facebook Watch Party vs Live: Two Powerful Tools to Build Engagement”

    1. Tammy says:

      Great article Jena! I’m considering trying this, but want to get better with my Facebook Live first. I am curious though, if at the ‘Watch Party’ does the ‘host’ (or person who created the recording) attend as well to answer any questions and comment? I would think there would be great value in the host attending but was not sure if you just set it up and let it run while all who attend interact?

      Thanks!

      1. Jena Kroeker says:

        Thanks, Tammy! Yes, from what I understand, the host controls the video playback and can fast-forward, add, or skip videos, and can also comment and reply to the viewers in real time. There’s also an option to add a co-host in case the host needs to step away from the computer at any time.

        1. Tammy says:

          Thanks Jena – I would love to try it and hope to in the near future! Great writing – as always, Jena!

    2. Pam A. says:

      Thanks for this article, Jena! Trying my hand at Facebook Live broadcasts was a leap of faith, but I’d never researched Facebook Watch parties. It may be worth my time to explore that option since I already have a small collection of “live” videos already.

      1. Jena Kroeker says:

        I’m glad you enjoyed the article, Pam! A Facebook Watch Party is definitely a good option to try if you have a collection of live videos. And congratulations on taking that leap of faith to do Facebook Live! It’s such a valuable way of reaching your audience.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other Useful Topics