We knew it was coming, but now it’s official. Blab has been declared dead by the developers. Discover why they made this decision, and what to do about your Blab replays, plus what’s in store for the future of video marketing in the post-Blab wake.
See why it doesn’t matter what happens with Blab and how your mindset and attitude about resisting change are an obstacle to radically growing your business.
Bebo, the parent company of Blab, has released a new app called Swipe to Chill that has many of the same Blab features we’ve come to love, but is most definitely targeted to a younger audience, not show hosts. Here’s my first look at the new app and what this might mean for the future […]
Thanks to SimpleLivePress developer, Hani Mourra, we now have a way for non-logged in users to view our embedded Blab shows. See the brilliant way he overcame that new Blab restriction, plus lots of other super new features in this updated tour of the plugin.
In May 2016, Blab decided to require viewers to be logged in to watch Blabs anywhere. That includes on Blab and Blabs embedded on your site, both live and replays. Discover what you need to do to ensure viewers can still enjoy your Blab content.
See the Chrome extension you need, how screen sharing differs from drop-ins, and free tools to zoom your screen.
PassionateHorsemanship.com site owner Kim Wende shares the positive results she experienced from her site audit and the invaluable education and peace of mind she gained as well.
See the new and improved Blab home page, plus the latest twist on the new drop-in feature that allows you to pin links from the comments section.