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Frustrating Yet Full of Potential – Thoughts After Two Weeks of Live Streaming in the U.S.

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  1. Milo says:

    I was wondering if you had figured out how to broadcast simultaneously across several platforms, e.g., Yingke, Meipai, Momo, etc.

    1. Lauren says:

      Hey, No I haven’t, and honestly I haven’t tried because I don’t think it would go over very well. I’m currently streaming on multiple apps a day but doing it separately. It’s inefficient in some respects, but its honestly the best thing to do because the audience wants personal interaction and if your streaming on multiple apps they will definitely notice and they will feel like you’re ignoring them. This means they will be less likely to give you gifts or to follow you. So I’d say sticking to one app at a time is best for building a real following.

  2. Milo says:

    In a previous post you were surprised that more foreigners hadn’t joined. I tried. Then they asked for my 身份证. I entered my passport number. They said it was not right. What did you use to sign up? Thanks. Milo

    1. Lauren says:

      Hi there, sorry for taking so long to respond! Many apps are no longer allowing foreigners to sign up as a live streamer. I actually heard from someone who works for an app that the government has officially banned apps from allowing foreigners to use their passports to sign up. HOWEVER you can use a Chinese friend’s ID to sign up and unless you start broadcasting some questionable content the app will look the other way. The apps want foreigners on there, but they also have to follow the rules. This is common in Chinese society, keep doing something wrong until you get caught 😉

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