How to Promote a Justin.Tv Channel

Two Methods:Using the Share linkConnect your YouTube and Twitter account



Justin.tv is a free live video streaming service that allows you to produce, watch, and broadcast live video through user created channels to over 250 countries. The service also allows you to chat in real-time with viewers of a broadcast. This article will walk you teach you different methods of promoting your Justin.tv channel.

Method 1
Using the Share link

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    Click one of the sharing options located underneath any of your videos or broadcasts.
    • Clicking the Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace link will prompt you to sign into that service and confirm the action. This will allow you to automatically share links to your video or broadcast with the network you’ve already established on any of these services.
    • Click the “Email” link to share a link to your video or broadcast with friends via email.
    • You can alternatively copy and paste the provided link or embed code to share it anywhere you want. Note: The HTML embed code will allow you to embed the video on your website or in your application.

Method 2
Connect your YouTube and Twitter account

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    Go to the settings page.
    • You will be prompted to log in to your account, if you aren’t already.
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    Click the “Sign in with YouTube” or “Sign in with Twitter” button under the “Connections” heading. Connecting these accounts with your Justin.tv account will allow you to automatically update your Twitter and YouTube pages when you begin a broadcast.
    • After clicking either of the buttons, you will be prompted to log in and authorize the Justin.tv app.

Tips

  • Before broadcasting, learn more about general community and channel guidelines.

Warnings

  • Broadcasts that promote criminal behavior or contain pornography, defamation, or copyright violations are prohibited.

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