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Facebook Would Have To Pay $3.50 Per Month To US Users For Sharing Contact Info, Study Finds

German Facebook users would want the social media platform to pay them about $8 per month for sharing their contact information, while U.S. users would only seek $3.50, according to a study of how people in various countries value their private information. From a report: The study by U.S. based think tank the Technology Policy Institute (TPI) is the first that attempts to quantify the value of online privacy and data. It assessed how much privacy is worth in six countries by looking at the habi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, US, Tech, Argentina, Reuters, Facebook Inc, TPI, Technology Policy Institute TPI, United States Germany Mexico Brazil Columbia, Scott Wallsten


First Amendment Doesn't Apply On YouTube; Judges Reject PragerU Lawsuit

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: YouTube is a private forum and therefore not subject to free-speech requirements under the First Amendment, a US appeals court ruled today (PDF). "Despite YouTube's ubiquity and its role as a public-facing platform, it remains a private forum, not a public forum subject to judicial scrutiny under the First Amendment," the court said. PragerU, a conservative media company, sued YouTube in October 2017, claiming the Google-owned video site "un...
Tags: Google, Youtube, US, Tech, US District Court, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit


How Low Can #1 Go? (2020 Edition)

Posted by Dr-PeteBeing #1 on Google isn't what it used to be. Back in 2013, we analyzed 10,000 searches and found out that the average #1 ranking began at 375 pixels (px) down the page. The worst case scenario, a search for "Disney stock," pushed #1 all the way down to 976px. A lot has changed in seven years, including an explosion of rich SERP (Search Engine Results Page) features, like Featured Snippets, local packs, and video carousels. It feels like the plight of #1 is only getting worse. So...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Wikipedia, Disney, US, Seo, Css, Pete, Dr-Pete, 487px Congratulations


How to distribute your beats

There are many platforms online that can help with advertising and selling licenses to your beats for other artists to use in there music. You can also benefit from distributing your beats to stores through RouteNote. Here’s how we can help you out. The following tips depending on the sort of license you’re handing out to artists. Be sure you know exactly what you’re promising artists in terms of how and where they can use and sell your music before implementing any of the below. Dist...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Google Play, Facebook, Spotify, Music, Instagram, Free, Youtube, Rap, Online, Itunes, Hip-hop, Beats, Stores, Tidal


How to Get More YouTube Subscribers

If you are a YouTube creator, then you already know that your subscribers are tough cookies. Nowadays, it’s not only hard to gain their trust, interest, and finally subscription, but it’s even harder to be consistent with uploading and quality and keep them satisfied, positive and engaged.  The consistency is the magic word of YouTube, as it triggers platform algorithms to recommend the channel’s content to more viewers. It might look like some kind of sorcery, but it actually isn’t tha...
Tags: Fashion, Technology, Youtube, Audience, Technology & Apps, Content Creator, YouTube Audience Algorithms and Analytics, YouTube 's Terms of Service


Disney Blocks John Oliver's New Episode Critical of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Disney-owned Hotstar, India's largest on-demand video streaming service with more than 300 million users, has blocked the newest episode of HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" that was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. From a report: The move has angered many of its customers ahead of Disney+'s launch in one of the world's largest entertainment markets next month. In the episode, aired hours before U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to India, Oliver talked about some of the quest...
Tags: Hbo, Abc, Youtube, John Oliver, India, Disney, Narendra Modi, Tech, Donald Trump, Oliver, Modi, HBO Showtime, India Read, Hotstar India


Disney blocks John Oliver’s new episode critical of India’s PM Modi

Hotstar, India’s largest on-demand video streaming service with over 300 million users, has blocked the newest episode of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” that was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a move that has angered many of its customers ahead of Disney+’s launch in one of the world’s largest entertainment markets next month. In the episode, aired hours before the U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to India, Oliver talked about some of the questionable policies enfo...
Tags: Amazon, Asia, Hbo, Media, Entertainment, Abc, Youtube, Saudi Arabia, John Oliver, India, Disney, Narendra Modi, Tech, Netflix, Cbs, Donald Trump


How much money a YouTube video with 100,000 views makes, according to 4 creators

YouTube's Partner Program allows influencers to earn money off their channels by placing ads within videos.  Google places these ads and pays a creator based on factors like a video's watch time, length, and viewer demographic. We spoke to four YouTube creators — Natalie Barbu (lifestyle), Marko Zlatic (personal finance), Ruby Asabor (business), and Roberto Blake (tech) — who broke down how much money Google pays them on average for a single video with 100,000 views. Click here for more BI Pri...
Tags: Google, New York, Youtube, Trends, Linkedin, Paypal, Nyu, Rutgers, Blake, Roberto Blake, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, Ruby Asabor, Asabor, Samsung PayPal


A multiverse, not the metaverse

Following web forums, web platforms and mobile apps, we are entering a new stage of social media — the multiverse era — where the virtual worlds of games expand to become mainstream hubs for social interaction and entertainment. In a seven-part Extra Crunch series, we will explore why that is the case and which challenges and opportunities are making it happen. In 10 years, we will have undergone a paradigm shift in social media and human-computer interaction, moving away from 2D apps centered o...
Tags: Social, Gaming, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Tech, Snapchat, Virtual Worlds, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Minecraft, Mojang, Epic Games, Instagram Twitter, Roblox, Fortnite


CRASH COURSE: An influencer explains how YouTube ads work, her advice for making more money, and how much she earns

Natalie Barbu is a YouTube creator with 260,000 subscribers who lives in New York City and posts videos twice a week about her day-to-day life experiences.  In this Business Insider video, Barbu breaks down how she makes money on YouTube and how much she earns. For this crash course, Barbu covers topics like how to start placing ads in a YouTube video (00:51), her tips on how to make the most money possible on each video (2:19), and how much someone can expect to make from those ads (7:46). Cli...
Tags: Google, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, New York City Barbu


Facebook’s Creator Studio gains a mobile companion

Facebook’s Creator Studio has added a mobile companion. The insights dashboard for creators and publishers, which debuted globally in August 2018, is now available as a mobile app for both iOS and Android. Similar to the desktop hub, the Creator Studio app allows users to track how their content is performing across Facebook Pages, as well as publish, schedule and make adjustments to posts, respond to fan messages and more. Facebook Director of Entertainment for Northern Europe Anna Higgs took t...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Video, London, Facebook Pages, Youtube, Social Media, Tech, Mobile Apps, App Store, Creator Studio, Anna Higgs, YouTube Studio, LadBaby


How do influencers pay taxes? 4 steps to conquer tax season as a self-employed social-media creator

At many jobs, a portion of your income is automatically deducted from your paycheck for taxes. But when you work for yourself, you are responsible for deducting this amount out and for keeping track of every dollar you earn. Social-media influencers often work for themselves and have to pay self-employment taxes.  Business Insider spoke to the head of tax at Betterment, a firm that offers digital investing advice, along with several influencers across Instagram and YouTube, on their tax-season...
Tags: Google, New York, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Dallas, Ken Burns, Irs, Betterment, Vanguard, Lopez, Katy Bellotte, Adelaine Morin, Natalie Barbu, Morgan Yates, Ruby Asabor


Sony announces its first 5G flagship, the triple lens Xperia 1 II

Sony has announced its first 5G smartphone: The Xperia 1 II — which, for the curious and/or confused, is pronounced ‘Xperia One, Mark Two’. Which isn’t at all confusing, er. “No one understands the entertainment experience better than Sony,” said president of mobile communications, Mitsuya Kishida, claiming the company is “uniquely positioned” in the era of 5G cellular technology to offer its target users an “enriched” experience thanks to Sony’s extensive content portfolio. “Whether you are ...
Tags: Mobile, Verizon, Asia, Youtube, US, Samsung, Tech, Barcelona, Smartphone, Smartphones, Sony, Digital Cameras, Huawei, Qualcomm, GSMA, 5g


Activision Fights 'Call of Duty' Leaks With Subpoenas to Reddit

Gizmodo shares the saga of a now-deleted video claiming to show Call of Duty's new "battle royale" mode: The YouTube video, initially posted by a user who goes by TheGamingRevoYT, was slammed with a copyright claim and ripped from the platform. Meanwhile, other gamers noticed that Reddit posts and Twitter threads even mentioning the upcoming release were being taken down for "copyright infringement." Last week, when one Redditor found a leak of what appeared to be the cover art for the new game...
Tags: Youtube, Tech, Reddit, Gizmodo, TorrentFreak Activision


Investors and startups are seeking ways to entertain and protect kids online

As streaming services like HBO Max, Netflix and Disney+ plus vie for subscription dollars and YouTube, Xumo, Kanopy, Tubi TV, Vudu and Pluto TV try to take more ad revenue from traditional television, entertainment for kids — and the tech tools that manage their screen time — are becoming more important. On the streaming side, Netflix has been marshaling its resources for months, poaching talent like Chris Nee, creator of the “Doc Mcstuffins” Disney Channel series, Naketha Mattocks (“The D...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Media, Youtube, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Pocket watch, Streaming Services, Subscription Services, Disney Channel, Pluto TV, Superawesome, Kapor Capital, YouTube Facebook, Dentsu


A recent college grad living in New York says she makes a 6-figure income as a YouTube influencer. She broke down how she does it.

Ruby Asabor is a 22-year-old YouTube creator and entrepreneur. She has 140,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel, Lavish Ruby, which she started three years ago, and today she has established several revenue streams around her digital business.  Asabor shared how switching up her YouTube content helped her earn more money. "People that have 500,000 subscribers can still be making less than somebody that has 50,000," she said. She said on average she earns around $2,500 for a single YouTube vi...
Tags: Google, New York, Youtube, Trends, Linkedin, Paypal, Ken Burns, Adsense, UConn, Nyu, GPA, CPM, Instagram YouTube, Roberto Blake, Natalie Barbu, Ruby Asabor


Trump’s Election Day YouTube takeover plan feels very different in 2020

According to a report from , the Trump campaign called dibs on some of the most prized ad space online in the days leading up to the 2020 U.S. election. Starting in early November and continuing onto Election Day itself, the campaign will reportedly command YouTube’s masthead, the space at the very top of the video sharing site’s homepage. YouTube is now the second most popular website globally after the online video platform overtook Facebook in web traffic back in 2018. Bloomberg didn’t re...
Tags: Google, TC, Facebook, Twitter, Obama, Youtube, Government, Tech, Bloomberg, Policy, Mitt Romney, Donald Trump, Trump, Mike Bloomberg, 2020 Election, Trump 's Election Day YouTube


First look at Quibi – the video streaming app with a twist

Quibi gives us the first look at it’s streaming app set to release in April. Quibi, short for “Quick Bites”, is the newest contender hoping to break into the video streaming world. Billionaires, tech executive Meg Whitman & Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg secured over $1 billion in investments to put this idea to action. Only offering videos less than ten minutes, Quibi hopes to standout over some of the largest companies not only in video streaming, but the world: Netflix, Ama...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Amazon, Android, Music, Hbo, Nbc, Youtube, Investments, Disney, Video Streaming, US, Download, App, New, Apple TV


How a 22-year-old with 140,000 YouTube subscribers makes a full-time living as an influencer — and how much money she earns

Ruby Asabor is a 22-year-old YouTube creator and entrepreneur. She has 140,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel, Lavish Ruby, which she started three years ago, and today she has established several revenue streams around her digital business.  Asabor shared how switching up her YouTube content helped her earn more money. "People that have 500,000 subscribers can still be making less than somebody that has 50,000," she said. She said on average she earns around $2,500 for a single YouTube vi...
Tags: Google, New York, Youtube, Trends, Linkedin, Paypal, Ken Burns, Adsense, UConn, Nyu, GPA, CPM, Instagram YouTube, Roberto Blake, Natalie Barbu, Ruby Asabor


CRASH COURSE: A YouTube influencer explains how creators get paid, her advice for making more money, and how much she earns

Natalie Barbu is a YouTube creator with 260,000 subscribers who lives in New York City and posts videos twice a week about her day-to-day life experiences.  In this Business Insider video, Barbu breaks down how she makes money on YouTube and how much she earns. For this crash course, Barbu covers topics like how to start placing ads in a YouTube video (00:51), her tips on how to make the most money possible on each video (2:19), and how much someone can expect to make from those ads (7:46). Cli...
Tags: Google, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, New York City Barbu


YouTube will soon let you upload music your own private cloud

YouTube Music have set out their plans to launch a cloud library where users can upload their own music to access from anywhere. Google have released some exciting documents – well the documents themselves aren’t exciting, but what they mean for YouTube is! These documents explained how users can upload their own music files to YouTube Music to access in their own personal cloud library when the feature launches soon. YouTube Music users will be able to upload songs and albums from thei...
Tags: Google, Cloud, Music, Youtube, Youtube Music, Google Play Music, Digital Music News, WMA, Cloud Library, Personal Storage, Cloud Uploads, Music Uploads, YT Music, YouTube Music Premium Google


Peanuts Rock: Watch the Peanuts Gang Play Classic Rock Songs by Queen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Journey & More

In a very crowded field, Garren Lazar's comical take on Queen’s "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a stand-out. Comical in the literal sense. Lazar, aka Super G, struck a rich vein when he thought to mash the Rolling Stones’ "Sympathy for the Devil" with footage culled from Charles Schulz’s animated Peanuts specials. And over the last six years, he’s mined a lot of gold, using Final Cut Pro to pair familiar clips of a drumming Pigpen, Snoopy slapping a double bass, and the iconic “Linus And Lucy” sc...
Tags: Google, Music, Comedy, Youtube, College, New York City, Chicago, Animation, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Facebook Twitter, Charlie, Lazar, Schroeder, Schulz


What influencers should know about Facebook's new app for video creators, Creator Studio

Facebook is launching a mobile version of its video analytics and content management tool, Creator Studio.  The mobile app is a play by Facebook to compete with YouTube and other platforms for the time and attention of video creators.  The app's main draw for creators is the ability to edit headlines and descriptions and respond to follower comments on the go. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook is making another bid to win over creators with the launch of a mobile ve...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, Trends, Ken Burns, Facebook YouTube, Rhett, Birkeland, Business Insider Facebook, Facebook Creator, Jellysmack, Michael Philippe, Shelby Church, Andrei Jikh, Kevin David Sienna Santer, Jeff Birkeland


A YouTube creator explains why personal-finance videos can make much more money than many other types

Personal-finance influencer Marko Zlatic runs the YouTube channel WhiteBoard Finance (298,000 subscribers) where he posts videos about personal finance, stocks, and real-estate investing. YouTube creators like Zlatic earn money through ads placed in their videos by Google.  Zlatic earns four times as much money per view on Google through AdSense than the average YouTube creator because of the type of audience his videos attract.  Zlatic said his audience demographic, which is made up primarily...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Paypal, Silicon Valley, Ken Burns, UTA, Roberto Blake, YouTube Channels YouTube, Adelaine Morin, Marina Mogilko, Mogilko, Charli D Amelio, Andrei Jikh, Marko Zlatic, Zlatic


A YouTube influencer with 260,000 subscribers gives a crash course on how to make money on the platform and shares how much she earns

Natalie Barbu is a YouTube creator with 260,000 subscribers who lives in New York City and posts videos twice a week about her day-to-day life experiences.  In this Business Insider video, Barbu breaks down how she makes money on YouTube and how much she earns. For this crash course, Barbu covers topics like how to start placing ads in a YouTube video (00:51), her tips on how to make the most money possible on each video (2:19), and how much someone can expect to make from those ads (7:46). Cli...
Tags: Google, Youtube, New York City, Trends, Natalie Barbu, YouTube s Partner Program, Barbu, New York City Barbu


A finance YouTuber explains why he makes 4 times as much money per view as the average creator

Personal-finance influencer Marko Zlatic runs the YouTube channel WhiteBoard Finance (298,000 subscribers) where he posts videos about personal finance, stocks, and real-estate investing. YouTube creators like Zlatic earn money through ads placed in their videos by Google.  Zlatic earns four times as much money per view on Google through AdSense than the average YouTube creator because of the type of audience his videos attract.  Zlatic said his audience demographic, which is made up primarily...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Paypal, Silicon Valley, Ken Burns, UTA, Youtuber, Roberto Blake, YouTube Channels YouTube, Adelaine Morin, Marina Mogilko, Mogilko, Charli D Amelio, Andrei Jikh, Marko Zlatic


'Can a Google Home play Amazon Music?': How to use an Android device to play Amazon Music on your Google Home speaker

To play Amazon Music content on your Google Home speaker, simply cast it to your speaker from the Amazon Music app on your Android device. You can't use voice commands on your Google Home to control Amazon Music the way you would with other apps. Here's how to cast Amazon Music to your Google Home from an Android device. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For years now, Google and Amazon have had what you might call a tense relationship. It all started when Amazon created th...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spotify, Youtube, Samsung, Trends, Voice, Amazon Music, Amazon Amazon, Google Home


15 years since YouTube launched they lay out their plans for 2020

Can you believe it’s been a whole 15 years since YouTube’s website went live? We’ve come a long way. February 14th, 2005. The internet was well established but still in the early days of much of the established worldwide web we have today. Social sites like Facebook were just getting started and YouTube’s website went live for the first time. It was a simple yet brilliant idea. A website where people could easily post and share videos – a world of possibility. No doubt even the wisest o...
Tags: Google, Videos, Facebook, Music, Internet, Youtube, Billie, Creators, Justin Bieber, 2020, Susan Wojcicki, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Old Town Road, Digital Video News, Year Ahead


Inside the world of cannabis influencers on Instagram and YouTube, who can make over $1,000 for a sponsored post but often get their accounts shut down

Being a cannabis influencer on social apps like Instagram and YouTube can be lucrative. But creators say their accounts often get shut down by both tech platforms.  Business Insider spoke to three cannabis influencers who said they charge anywhere from $300 to $1,500 for a sponsored post. Because of the threat of having an account on Instagram or YouTube shut down, these influencers said diversifying into other revenue streams like touring, merchandise, and consulting is important for cannabis...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Sweden, Instagram, California, Youtube, US, Trends, Canada, South Dakota, Fda, Ken Burns, Department Of Justice, Doj, Alex, Federal Trade Commission


Samsung's Second Foldable Smartphone, $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip, is Dead on Arrival, Too

Evan Rodgers, reporting for Input: When Samsung released the Galaxy Z Flip, its newest folding phone, at midnight this past Friday, I was one of many who wasn't able to snag one due to low stock here in New York City. So here I am, refreshing my order page while I watch the lucky few who did manage to get one put them through their paces online. Though most YouTubers and reviewers seem to be enjoying the phone, durability is a question, and at $1,380 here in the U.S., it's a good one. At Unpacke...
Tags: Youtube, New York City, Samsung, Tech, Zack, Evan Rodgers, Ultra Thin Glass



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