I think “live” streaming has it’s place for somethings, but…
What I dislike is the constant welcoming or saying “HI” to guests popping in to view.
It’s like watching a performance of the ADD show.
You start telling us something then get distracted by the viewers and what they are typing. If you go “live” then tell us what is going on without the distractions, you will stay focused and your message will be more on target.
Now you might be thinking, “I want to thank those who tune in and are watching, to let them know they are appreciated.” I get that, but by doing so you are drifting off topic and making your all important teaching moment into a “well look at all the friends who popped in to say HI” show.
My advice: WAIT! Wait until the end of your message to acknowledge and thank them then say HI to those to who popped in and from there you may even engage in a Q&A session or one on one conversation.
Regardless what live streaming platform you use…if you follow the WAIT and Thank process you can then download your video, clip out (edit) the end where you thanked everyone and had your convo’s and share the portion of the message of you sharing your thoughts. Now you have “Live” video that is shareable, that is coherent and free from the Attention Deficit Disorder of saying HI to everyone.