Automated Live Video Stream with Audience Development 24/7 Premium class

Philip 'dm' Campbell, Optimising your Digital Journey Together

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8 Videos (17m)
    • 1.0 - introduction

    • 1.1 - your own live stream channel

    • 1.2 - automate with tools like nightbot

    • 1.3 - digital storefront 24/7

    • 1.4 - things to consider about 24/7

    • 1.5 - audience development potential

    • 1.6 - the roundup

    • 1.7 - tweet and share (...)


About This Class

I've always been interested in 'dashboards' - not the ones you find in cars but the ones that display data. I love seeing a well crafted, put together dashboard of information around a subject. once of my fondest memories of live video streaming was from the phone box experiment. it was a guy who went to the remote part of Spain where he could find a phone box and set up and live streamed from there for a whole week, everything was in the same frame of the shot. he took calls all day from people, it was awesome. 

recently I saw a great example of automation, engagement, and provision with a live stream on youtube called chill-hop. I thought it was such a good idea that I had to look into how they went about it and in the process ended up making this quick fire course to give you some ideas about how you can potentially do the same. I'll be making a much bigger step through the course but if you want to get going this is going to work for you!

we will cover quickly . .. 

  • making your own 24/7 global live stream video (youtube example)
  • the software you will need to learn - youtube LIVE, night but etc.
  • benefits of running a 24/7 semi-automated live stream from the open source content
  • issue and problems to be aware of - hardware/software/connection
  • audience engagement and community management 24/7 - moderation!

the ability to host your own web tv show have always been possible but with more automation tools hitting the internet all the time building a reliable show now only needs to have a few areas covered to get up and running the ability to add to this without licensing is huge. shows around different niches are possible and are another example of day trading attention with your brand, service or event.

hope you enjoy the course! :)

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if your looking for another income stream and have a spare big capable machine knocking about then this is something that you should take a week setting up. have an engaged audience that you can talk to around the clock! :)
Philip 'dm' Campbell

Optimising your Digital Journey Together

Very interesting ideas in here, given me lots to think about and do.





Philip 'dm' Campbell

Optimising your Digital Journey Together


I'm Phil from England and i make courses every month. ..

focused online wisdom sharer, digital course maker & internet strategist teaching anyone that wants to efficiently learn digital skills and tools often free software based in the cloud - twenty plus years of expertise with all things digital and covering the latest trends today!

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I love to create and share. inspire others to benefit to use technology for good. I touch on lots of areas from an optimization perspective. my courses are meant for you to watch on your commute, plane, train or automobile!


  • assist you with the knowledge to optimize areas of your digital life
  • hands-on practitioner skills
  • provide you with free and paid courses
  • most courses are #donein20 - be in and out in twenty minutes
  • live on and off grid working remotely to share the journey
  • barter my time and skills for equal services and information

------ my backstory ------

currently saving to buy a laser cutter for co-working and co-creation pod called apiary and get mobile driving a vw t5 transporter across the uk and europe

sold my domain name to evan williams from twitter (they were building medium) for five figures. a great year!

assisted a town called ‘phil campbell’ in alabama (bbc news) which was a life changing event for me in terms of what i wanted to do with the rest of my life

helped lifecast from sleepydog get into the first apple app store to be part of the first 500 apps ever launched worldwide – proud social media moment.

bought a domain, (me-d-em) and ever since I’ve bartered my time as a transmedia digital artist in the social media realm. a brand advocate for word of mouth agencies from behind the lens of a mobile phone or camera.

during regularly drinking sessions at the abbey in burton on Trent I ended up on the team time episode of history hunters which is now unfortunately on youtube

------ my backstory ------

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