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Fun! If you’re the type of person who will enjoy this, you’ll definitely find it fun and addictive
Live! It’s great, as a musician, to use a social media platform that promotes the live-experience
FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)
Real interaction – the interaction you have with people is immediate, and has the possibility to be stronger than other mediums, because of this immediacy
One of the few ways you can actually pop up, through push notifications, on your follower’s device
What Should You Scope?
Moments – Don’t think it through too much! Periscope rewards the spontaneous
Musical Practice sessions and jam sessions
Live events (you or someone else)
Q&A (Question and Answers)
Block people who deserve it
Headlines – think carefully through what people will want to click on to learn more, and then test and see what works best for you
It’s mainly about the front section of your hair in this video, but then some about the sides, some about accessories, some about the back, okay, so its about all of your hair BUT whatever, the styles are easily acheiveable, require little skill ad are uber quick to do. I think, and hey, it’s only my opinion but, I think they give an INSTANT pin up look. So, if you are just trying out a new pin up or vintage look and are still trying to get to grips with the, let’s face it, relatively complicated hairstyling then this might be the video for you.
How to fake french roll : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywLpGV4JYU8
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