Welcome Scopers to the Periscope with Purpose challenge. This is THE place you can come to find out who’s a part of the challenge, what to scope about, and to share links to YOUR scopes!
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How to Participate- The challenge is over, but…
We are continuing a weekly scope topic in a new private Facebook group. Click here to request to join the group!
1. Scope Daily (or as often as you can) + Use the hashtag #PeriscopewithPurpose
Mention that you’re participating in Periscope with Purpose and HAVE FUN. You’re going to rock these scopes! I will be emailing you each day with ideas to help you generate topics that fit with your niche. Here are a look at the prompts.
Since so many people have asked, a #scopeandshare is my term for a grown-up “Show and tell”… but on Periscope! I’ll give you some ideas on the days when that’s the prompt!
Also, AMA is “Ask Me Anything,” an acronym made popular by Reddit. No, I don’t visit Reddit, but their AMAs are huge!
2. Leave your scope’s URL in the daily link up.
The link ups will be below. Since scopes last 24 hours, I’ll keep two days’ worth of link ups at a time so you can post a scope at night and still have it seen the next day.
3. Drop at least two heart bombs
Hearts are the currency of Periscope (if you have no idea what that means, read this Periscope for Beginners post!). When you add your scope URL to the link up, drop at least TWO heart bombs. You can leave up to 500 hearts so max it out and tap, tap, tap! Pick the person above you and come back to get the person below you. Do others if you’re feeling extra heart-y.
Wanna get some friends to join? Tweet it out!
Who’s Participating in #PeriscopewithPurpose?
I created a Google doc listing everyone who’s in the challenge so you can all get cozy and follow one another! You can find the list here.
Hey peeps- To make these easier to access, bookmark this page on your phone’s browser so you can quickly come back and watch broadcasts.
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