How to Embed Periscope Video Broadcast in 2 Steps

This is the most simplest and quickest way to embed Periscope video broadcast on WordPress Blog. Only 2 steps that you need.

Technically speaking, the time to spend on creating great written-content is far better of than learning tedious method or coding on embedding the Periscope Video.

Practicality is the main point here.

To achieve this in the quickest time, below is all you need to do:-

  1. Click that specific Twitter post with Periscope video broadcast.
  2. Copy the link and paste it direct into the visual editor of WordPress.

Embedding Periscope Video Broadcast

You are also able to embed a live video within a specific real-time period and publish the post at the same time.  Oftentimes, a replay video is used.

Here is an example of how an embedded Periscope video broadcast looks like. Pasting a line of the copied URL link without the quotation marks:-

“https://twitter.com/ExploreTaiwan/status/830015343552638976”

Many Started Blogging using WordPress

Many started blogging using WordPress. That was literally me many years ago and till today, I’m still using it. At times, I do think its a bliss WordPress continue to exist in this world.

Know what? As of today, this blogging platform has dominated almost 28% of websites on the internet. Based on Content Management System (CMS), close to 60% is powered by WordPress.

That is an enormous achievement since 2003, 13 years ago. And, this platform and its community continue to grow.

No doubt the worth of starting new blog now.

Back in 2009, I didn’t know what’s WordPress or a blog was all about. So, I signed up on https://wordpress.com and shared a “Hello World! post.

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!

Guess so, this sentence continues to be the first written-content on that WordPress First Post.

And the next thing a writer realised he’s a BLOGGER the instant a post is PUBLISHED.

From penmanship to typing text on a PC, plus mouse clicking.

Not a single line of programming codes needed!

Sounds brilliant!