What Are Twitch Sponsorships?
Improve the Flow of Your Stream Before a brand comes to an agreement with the streamer, they’ll typically look at the streamer’s metrics, audience demographics, streaming schedule, and whether other brands are sponsoring them. An intangible factor often left out is how well the stream flows. The flow of the stream is important as it affects brand perception. A good flow would have been somewhat planned out. It minimizes any boring and awkward moments while giving your community more chances to engage with you.
Networking and Reaching Out Ask and you shall receive, a saying we can relate to and agree with. Even if you have a small following, you can easily reach out to brands to pitch an agreement. Be it in the form of affiliate marketing commissions, or simply having their brand logo located somewhere on your stream, a big mistake that most streamers make is failing to network and reach out.
Whether you’re streaming on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, or any other platform, the concepts are the same and can be applied almost anywhere. In any case, you’ll want to make sure you’re streams and branding are consistent.