How to Embed a Live Google+ Hangout Session in WordPress
Google Hangout is the best free solution to host live broadcasts. It allows you to stream, record, bring guests, and run Q&A sessions with live audience. The main problem is that all of this happens on Google+ and not on your own site. In this article, we will show you how to embed a live Google Hangout session in WordPress.
How to Embed a Live Google+ Hangout on Your WordPress Website
I’m just testing this out now and when embedded into the WP site, I’m not able to see it live. When pressing play on the viewer, it starts playing from the beginning of the broadcast as if it were recorded. So someone joining 5 mins after the start, doesn’t see it live at the 5 min mark, they see it from the start 5 mins ago.
It’s making it really hard to manage questions, because people are asking questions in their time, which is actually after the broadcast has finished. Do you know what I mean?
I’m not sure what I can be doing wrong!
How to Embed Live Google+ Hangouts in WordPress
In this short tutorial, you will learn how to create a Google+ Hangout and embed the code into your WordPress blog so people can watch the broadcast live on your site! Once the recording is finished, it is automatically added to your YouTube channel, so subscribers to your channel and YouTube users also have access to the Hangout.
How to Embed Google+ Hangout On Air with WordPress
Google Hangout as grown to become the best free solution to host live broadcasts. It also allows you to stream, record, bring guests, and run Q&A sessions with a live audience and so on. In this post, I’ll show you how to embed a live Google Hangout session in WordPress.