Earn more and get closer to your community using Twitch
“The problem with being an influencer these days, is there isn’t much money in it. The market is saturated and there is no real way to create a deeper and meaningful relationship with your followers. Well now you can solve both these problems in this Twitch course dedicated to influeners.”
Learn everything you need to know about Twitch, from opening your account, designing a great profile, getting to affiliate level and then partner level.
Master Streamlabs OBS, the essential tool needed to stream via your computer. Learn how to set up some awesome and interactive stream.
Be in the know with the best streaming equipment for any budget. Learn about Microphones, Camara’s, Lighting, Stream Decks, Headsets, PC parts.
Join a sorority of influencers who are learning to stream on Twitch. Become part of a very supportive community that will help you grow as a popular streamer.
I always like the idea of live streaming on my Ian excellent. It was a good way to get to know my followers, but I found it very limiting. Krix suggested trying to go live on Twitch. He showed me all the cool things you can do that you can’t with Instagram or Tiktok. The rest is history. He even helped me with my modelling website.
I watched lots of YouTube Tutorials on how to stream on Twitch, but everyone in those videos assumes you already know a lot about Twitch. I saw Krix’s online course on Facebook and signed up, which was worth it. He explained everything in depth and clarity like you don’t even know what Twitch is, which was perfect for me.
I occasionally streamed on Twitch for a few years, but nothing came of it until I teamed up with Krix. He helped me with some technical issues during the stream and led and taught my moderators. He also set up my Discord and showed me how it all works. I highly recommend working with him and signing up for his course.
As a Professional Muay Thai and MMA fighter, it was hard to make ends meet during the pandemic, and all the stadiums were closed. I saw a few people going on Twitch, and a friend referred me to Krix. I did his course, and we met up for a couple of IRL sessions, which helped. Now the stadiums are open, and I am fighting again, but I still love streaming on Twitch.
I always liked FPS survival games and played on many RUST PVE Servers. But I never considered streaming on Twitch. I thought it was something quite technical and challenging to do. Then Krix showed me what to do and taught me the basics, and I realised it was pretty easy. It has a slight learning curve, but he is a good teacher, and now I play games like I used to, but with an audience.
I met Krix on the Salty Zombies discord and am now one of his senior admins for the 7 Days To Die Darkness Falls Mod. I never thought about streaming on Twitch until I saw Krix do it. It looked like fun, but I was rather shy. But with the encouragement of Krix and the Salty Zombies community, I decided to give it ago, and now I am addicted and haven’t looked back since.
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