Periscope online is here.
The Twitter Periscope app for live video broadcasts may be a game changer. Check it out if you haven’t yet.
Then look at WPScope, it’s A plugin that can curate Periscope videos online to your WordPress blog.
This is Periscope… And you don’t need to be a Math Whizz To See how it’s growing at a Phenominal rate!
People all around the world are already using Periscope, but with millions of users looking for more scopes, there is a HUGE need right now for more scopes in YOUR city/country.
Periscope gives you real-time interactivity and feedback, with people right in your feed giving live social proof making your sales pitches and calls to action even MORE powerful and irresistible than ever!
Creating video content has never been simpler.
All you need to do is grab your smartphone and switch on the free Periscope app.
And using Periscope connects you to your audience like no other platform.
It doesn’t matter if your scope is 30 seconds or 30 minutes… Periscope gives your marketing the seductive power of shared experience.
WPScope is a WordPress plugin that turns Periscope’s traffic, content, and fan power into your personal traffic factory.
Instead of videos getting deleted after 24 hours…
WPScope curates an autopilot blog made up of high-quality permanent Scopes that drive red-hot traffic back to your blog.
If you want to curate the best content that Periscope has to offer… without creating content of your own, then WPScope finds you super-relevant content to drive a steady flow of visitors back to your blog.
You can even set up a whole network of curated “Scope blogs” for different niches in the time it takes your family to go watch the latest blockbuster. WPScope Periscope Online
New service called Periscope allows you to do
live video streaming straight from your phone,
and since it integrates with Twitter you can get
tons of people jumping on to check out your
So, how does it all work?
1. Pick the content you want to talk about.
2. Download the app, and hit broadcast on your phone.
3. Make sure it’s pointing the right away… ;-)
You then can have a live presentation of your content,
and people can interact with you.
The downside is that Periscope only keeps recordings
for 24 hours, but there is a powerful new WP plugin
called WP Scope that will allow you to capture yours
or anyone else’s Periscope broadcast and use it
on your blog.
Click here to go watch the video and see it in action.
Periscope online means this for you:
1. Use it to build your own personal brand creating
a high-level following from your audience and
get raving fans;
2. Develop niche authority sites that focus on a topic
and have tons of unique, high-quality content on your
3. Get more social media interaction, so you can
generate a ton of fresh leads, instant sales, and
new cash flowing in the door on a regular basis.
Periscope online is obviously at https://www.periscope.tv/
And, with Periscope being under Twitter’s wing, there is also a method for embedding Periscope videos via Twitter’s tools.
The following is a bit of an explanation and some links to details for making use of what Twitter is doing with Periscope.
So this is a process for generating the code needed to embed a Periscope timeline.
Start by logging in to your Twitter account, then go to ‘Profile and Settings’ by clicking on your image in the upper right near the ‘Tweet’ icon.
Then, scroll down and click on the ‘Widgets’ line in the menu on the left. That should take you to: https://twitter.com/settings/widgets
Once there, click on ‘Create new’ then click on ‘Search’ in the drop down menu.
An example of what to put in the ‘Search Query’ box is:
near:”14203″ within:20mi filter:periscope
This query is supposed to generate a timeline of Scopes by Periscope users within 20 miles of the zipcode 14203 which is in downtown Buffalo, NY.
For whatever reason, there are a significant number of Scopes that do not seem to have much to do with what’s going on within 20 miles of Buffalo which should include Western NY and Southern Ontario. Maybe the Periscope users in the timeline mention the area in their profiles or something.