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You Don’t Have to LOVE Making Video – You Just Have to Make It

I’ve been creating (almost) daily video lately on YouTube as part of an impromptu “challenge” with Joel Comm. The process is interesting because video is at once the hardest and also the easiest kind of content to create. I don’t necessarily love making video, but it’s what people consume these days. Far more than any other type of content. And so there I am, uploading video to YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Why? Because I want my ideas seen and absorbed. You Don’t “Have” To Make Vid...
Tags: Microsoft, Youtube, Uncategorized, Blogging, Netflix, Hulu, Chris Brogan, Don, Joel, YouTube Facebook, US Department of Labor Statistics, Blue Yeti Nano Lighting


EU Gives Final Approval To Article 13 Copyright Directive, YouTube, Facebook Expected To Be Hit Hard

On Monday morning, the EU Member States gave the Article 13 copyright directive the final green light, after months of contentious debate. Nineteen member countries voted yes, six voted against and three abstained. The directive is expected to hit platforms based on user-generated content including YouTube, Facebook and Instagram hardest. EU indie trade group IMPALA’s Executive Chair Helen Smith commented:  "It was a long road and we would like to thank everyone who contributed to t...
Tags: Music, Instagram, Eu, Bruce Houghton, Impala, YouTube Facebook, EU Member States, Helen Smith


The World’s Most Popular Websites

Source: Statista.com Ever wondered which websites are the most visited in the world? If you had to guess, you probably wouldn’t need to consult Google to know that the search engine is on the number one spot, but as the list moves down from the YouTube/Facebook level of obviousness, some of the sites on this list may surprise you – or even be complete unknowns.  According to SimilarWeb, in fourth place is the Chinese search engine baidu.com, which received just over 9 billion visitors in F...
Tags: Google, Infographic, Radio, Popular, YouTube Facebook, General Interest


Beauty Shoppers Spend 80% of Their Time in This Crucial Phase of the Buying Process

Which verticals do you think consumers spend the most time researching products? Fashion? Beauty? Technology? Your first guess might be fashion or technology. Fashion consumers need to determine if something is the right fit and size, technology consumers dive deep into the quality of products and how the features align with their needs. But this is an article about the beauty industry, so of course, the answer must be beauty. Beauty consumers spend 80% of their buying process in the research ph...
Tags: Ecommerce, Pinterest, Instagram, Google Analytics, Beauty, Jack Black, Ugc, Blue Acorn, PDP, YouTube Facebook, ACORN, KPI, Peter Thomas Roth, UGC Strategy Jack Black, Jack Black Jack Black


Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is considering paying publishers to put their articles in a dedicated news tab (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner to discuss the role of Facebook and technology in the media industry. During the talk, Zuckerberg said he was considering creating a dedicated tab for news on Facebook that would feature "high-quality, trustworthy content." Zuckerberg said that such a news feature wouldn't be a ploy for revenue and that Facebook would potentially pay publishers to feature their content on the social platform. Facebook could soon ha...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Trends, Eu, European Union, Google News, Axel Springer, Elizabeth Holmes, Zuckerberg, YouTube Facebook, Campbell Brown, Mathias Döpfner, Insider Inc, Huawei China, Döpfner


Facebook Considers Restricting Some Live Video After New Zealand Attack

The social media company came under sharp criticism for not taking the video down fast enough and for letting it be circulated across the internet and uploaded to other platforms like YouTube. Facebook has said the original video, in which the alleged gunman killed 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch, had an audience of about 200 people during the 17 minutes of live broadcast. “That’s why we must work to continually stay ahead,” Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, said in a blog pos...
Tags: Facebook, Science, New Zealand, Christchurch, Sheryl Sandberg, YouTube Facebook


Everything You Need To Know About Article 13

The Article 13 copyright directive passed the European Parliament this week, bringing with it sweeping copyright reform, limits to Safe Harbor and an end to YouTube as we know it, at least in the EU. The legislation is complex, so here is Everything You Need To Know About Article 13. ________________________ Guest post by Tony Li, Co-Founder of ACRCloud [Editors note: This was written just prior to the directive's passage this week.] If you happen to spend most of your life su...
Tags: Google, Music, Instagram, Youtube, Eu, European Union, European Commission, Susan Wojcicki, European Parliament, Bruce Houghton, DSM, YouTube Facebook, YouTube FaceBook Instagram, Audible Magic, Tony Li Co Founder of ACRCloud, Members of Parliament Similarly Twitch


Alexa, let’s talk the internet in 2019: YouTube, gaming, and voice search

Earlier this year, we launched our latest suite of Global Digital Reports – a full digest of which can be found here. Now, as part of our deep-dive series, Communications Manager Ryan Dubras examines how we in the UK are spending our time online; and the trends brands need to be aware of when it comes to capturing audience attention. In 2018, global internet users grew at a rate of more than 11 new users per second. That’s an impressive one million new users every day. In the UK, 95 per cent of...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Japan, UK, Internet, Youtube, India, Social Media, Seo, Britain, Premier League, Netherlands, Reddit, Chelsea FC, Alexa


Digital in the UK: data and learnings for 2019

Earlier this year, we launched our latest suite of Global Digital Reports which, among other mind-blowing headlines, revealed that more than one million people came online for the first time each day since January 2018. A full digest of the global statistics can be found here, and in this post, our Communications Manager Ryan Dubras delves into one country in particular – the UK. Where does the UK fit into the ever-changing digital landscape? Globally, we’re seeing significant growth in the num...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Pinterest, Marketing, Digital, Social Media, Seo, Philippines, Reddit, Facebook YouTube, YouTube Facebook, Special Reports, Global Digital, Global Digital Report, Ryan Dubras, Digital Stats


Blaming Internet companies for spread of New Zealand massacre video

Mike Masnick at TechDirt examines claims that YouTube, Facebook, and other social media companies irresponsibly refrained from deleting user-posted copies of the March 14 mass murder at Christchurch, New Zealand mosques. Tags: Facebook, social media, terrorism, YouTube
Tags: Facebook, Law, Youtube, Uncategorized, Social Media, Terrorism, New Zealand, Mike Masnick, YouTube Facebook, Christchurch New Zealand


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Tech firms scrambled to keep dozens of copies of videos showing the New Zealand mosque shooting off their platforms. YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter struggled to stop users ripping and uploading copies of the original video, and the distressing footage was easily discoverable the day after the incident. Facebook, facing huge criticism over live streaming, says it removed 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand shooting in 24 ho...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Instagram, North Korea, Trends, Andreessen, New Zealand, Andreessen Horowitz, Wall Street Journal, Alexa, Marc Andreessen, Kim Jong, Chris Cox


Social media firms battle to delete Christchurch shooting footage

YouTube, Facebook and Twitter struggle to delete videos as users upload new copiesNew Zealand shooting – latest updatesYouTube, Facebook and Twitter are struggling to stop videos of the Christchurch terrorist attack spreading on their service, as users upload new copies of the footage faster than the sites can take them down.Tech companies were swift to ban the gunman’s video of the mosque attack but have struggled to enforce this rule, due to the difficulties of identifying new copies of the fo...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Media, Youtube, Social Media, UK News, World news, Newspapers & magazines, Newspapers, Asia Pacific, Digital Media, New Zealand, Christchurch, Facebook Continue, YouTube Facebook, copiesNew Zealand


In a challenge to Twitch and YouTube, Facebook adds ‘Gaming’ to its main navigation

Facebook’s gaming efforts and challenge to Twitch are taking another big leap today, as the social network begins the initial rollout of a dedicated Facebook Gaming tab in the main navigation of Facebook’s app. The goal with the new addition is to help people more easily find games, streamers and gaming groups they follow, as well as discover new content, based on their interests. After clicking the new Gaming tab, there will be a feed of content that points you to instant games you can play wit...
Tags: Google, Social, Mobile, Gaming, Facebook, Games, Youtube, Tech, Streaming, Twitch, Hub, YouTube Facebook, Facebook Gaming, Fb.gg, Everwing Words, Friends Basketball FRVR


Facebook is making its biggest bet to date to take on YouTube for video dollars. Ad agencies aren't convinced

Facebook is starting to offer advertisers preferential access to Facebook Watch advertising in exchange for year-long deals — similar to how TV networks have sold big ad packages for decades. Facebook claims that ads in premium content reach 100 million monthly viewers. Google has also offered a similar buying option for YouTube since 2014 through its Google Preferred program, and Facebook will compete with Google to secure ad commitments from big TV buyers. Buyers say that Facebook likely won...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Youtube, US, Trends, Mtv, Anna Kendrick, Zac Efron, Nielsen, North America, Viacom, McDonald, Geisler, Sandoval


YouTube Is Heading For Its Cambridge Analytica Moment

Earlier this week, Disney, Nestle and others pulled its advertising spending from YouTube after a blogger detailed how comments on Google's video site were being used to facilitate a "soft-core pedophilia ring." Some of the videos involved ran next to ads placed by Disney and Nestle. With the company facing similar problems over the years, often being "caught in a game of whack-a-mole to fix them," Matt Rosoff from CNBC writes that it's only a matter of time until YouTube faces a scandal that ac...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, Disney, Tech, Cnbc, Nestle, YouTube Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, Matt Rosoff, Rosoff, Parkland Florida, Disney Nestle


LinkedIn debuts LinkedIn Live, a new live video broadcast service

LinkedIn — the social network for the working world with close to 600 million users globally — says that video is the fastest-growing format on its platform alongside original written work, shared news and other content. Now it’s taking its next step in the medium in earnest. Today, the company is launching live video, giving people and organizations the ability to broadcast real-time video to select groups, or to the LinkedIn world at large. Launching in beta first in the US, LinkedIn Live (...
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Facebook, Video, Microsoft, US, Linkedin, Skype, Live Video, Davies, YouTube Facebook, Brandlive, Azure Media Services, Pete Davies, Peter Roybal


Marketing to Gen Z: What Not to Do

As Generation Z grows to be a large part of consumers, it’s important to understand what kinds of marketing they are receptive to. It’s much easier to simplify them down to a generation of people who are always on their phones than it is to put the effort in to learn their behaviors. What to know how not to market to Generation Z? We’ve got you covered. Want help with your marketing efforts? Let us know. Who is Generation Z? As it happens, the categorization of Gen Z varies depending on who y...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, US, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Facebook Messenger, Baby Boomers, YouTube Facebook, Generation Z, Gen Zers, Generation Z and Social Media, Gen Z Gen Zers, Generation Z Social Media, Gen Z On Social, Generation Z on Social Media, Marketing to Gen Z


How to Watch President Trump's State of the Union Speech on YouTube, Facebook, and Amazon Fire TV

After a couple of false starts, President Donald Trump is scheduled to give the State of the Union address to Congress tonight at 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific, 5am Moscow time. And there are plenty of ways for cordcutters to watch the speech this year on YouTube, Facebook, and TV-connected devices like Roku and Fire TV.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, Android, Ipad, Facebook, Twitter, Science, Congress, Youtube, Apple TV, Cnn, Cord Cutters, Moscow, Roku, Livestream, Fire TV


Pixability Announces Key Leadership Team Hires

Matt Duffy Joins as CMO, Lata Ahuja Appointed VP, Engineering London, UK – Pixability, the leading provider of insights and optimisations for video advertising across YouTube, Facebook, and Connected TV, has announced a pair of strategic new hires to strengthen its executive team. Matt Duffy will be the new Chief Marketing Officer and Lata Ahuja has […] The post Pixability Announces Key Leadership Team Hires appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: Advertising, Video Ads, Press Releases, Video Advertising, Online Media, London UK, YouTube Facebook, Matt Duffy, Ad & Media Strategies, Ads by Creative, Ads Taxonomy, People in Ad Tech, Pixability, Matt Duffy Joins, CMO Lata Ahuja Appointed VP Engineering, Lata Ahuja


All Your Sources Of Music Revenue And How To Collect It

For musicians, diversity of income is key, and you should pulling in revenue from a variety of sources, but some artists aren't even aware what all these sources are, much less how to actually cash in on them. __________________________ By Chris Robley of CD Baby from the DIY Musician  blog As a musician, you should be collecting money from MANY income streams. Do you know what they are? Royalties. Earnings. Income. Revenue. Scratch. Bones. Loot. Notes. Moolah. Dough. There...
Tags: Amazon, Music, Youtube, US, Paypal, Maine, Guest Post, Shopify, Ascap, LA Times, Chris Robley, Bandcamp, YouTube Facebook, SoundExchange, YouTube FaceBook Instagram, Performing Rights Organization


Gun Talk Media Brings Live Video from SHOT Show ~ WATCH HERE!

The amazing guys at Gun Talk Media have partnered with AmmoLand News to bring you live VIDEO coverage from the floor of SHOT Show. Tune in all week for insider access. Gun Talk Media Live SHOT Show Coverage Las Vegas, NV – -(AmmoLand.com)- Gun Talk Media will be LIVE from Media Row at SHOT Show, simulcasting video broadcasts to our digital video audience of 300,000+ on YouTube, Facebook, and our sponsor’s YouTube, and Facebook channels, a now direct to AmmoLand News readers. We will be bring...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Guns, Youtube, Smith Wesson, YouTube Facebook, Roku Apple, Gun Rights News, Ammoland TV, Tom Gresham, Gun Talk Media, AmmoLand News, DoubleStar Corp, 2019 SHOT SHOW


The CEO of a social media firm valued at $1.8 billion has a plan to survive the mar-tech consolidation thanks to big-name clients like McDonald's and Microsoft

10-year old Sprinklr wants to be one of a handful of marketers' platform of choice for handling social media and messaging. While investors' interest in social media management firms has waned, CEO Ragy Thomas views its software as a service (SaaS) model as well-positioned. Sprinklr is on track to hit between $250 to $300 million in revenue this year and is preparing to go public. Sprinklr has turned the firehose of social media content into big business. Valued at $1.8 billion, the firm has ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Adobe, Microsoft, China, Ipo, Trends, Salesforce, Johnson, Sap, United Airlines, Sprinklr, Thomas, McDonald, Marie Kondo


Is the Internet Accessible in Xinjiang? XJ Q&A #3

How is the internet in Xinjiang? Super slow? Is it possible to use a VPN while traveling in Xinjiang, China? These are some very interesting questions I’ve received from travelers over the years and considering the history of Xinjiang’s internet, not surprising. As part of the ongoing FarWestChina series of Xinjiang travel Q&A videos, I’d like to give you a glimpse of what it’s like to use the internet here in Xinjiang and how I’m consistently able to access websites like YouTube, Fa...
Tags: Travel, UK, Internet, China, US, Internet Access, Tips, WeChat, Vpn, State Department, Xinjiang, Skype, US State Department, YouTube Facebook, FarWestChina, Gansu


Reliance Jio said to be in talks with partners to launch affordable large-screen smartphones

Reliance Jio Infocomm is said to be working with partners to bring in affordable Android smartphones with large-screens that can cater to the large mass of customers. Jio is in talks with US contract manufacturer Flex for locally producing about 100 million smartphones Jio seeks to rapidly enhance its market share by signing on a majority of those now using feature phones. Jio already works with multiple handset brand partners including top-tier brands such as Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, OPPO giv...
Tags: News, India, US, Blogging, Rumors, Reliance, Reliance Jio, Reliance Jio Infocomm, YouTube Facebook, Jio, Sunil Dutt


Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote Giveaway

Not a review, just a giveaway from Amazon! – Jaden Just plug Fire TV Stick into your HDTV and start streaming in minutes. Use the included Alexa Voice Remote to find the best way to watch across more than 200 channels and apps with universal search. With the fastest Wi-Fi and most accurate voice search of any streaming media stick, shows and movies start faster and stream smoother than ever. The next generation of our best-selling Fire TV Stick–now with the Alexa Voice Remote. Enjoy tens ...
Tags: Giveaways, Nbc, Netflix, Anthropology, Reddit, Starz, Cbs, Pbs, Fire TV Stick, Hulu, Alexa, DirecTV, YouTube Facebook, Netflix Hulu, HBO Showtime, Amazon Fire TV Stick


They scaled YouTube. Now they’ll shard everyone with PlanetScale

When the former CTOs of YouTube, Facebook, and Dropbox seed fund a database startup, you know there’s something special going on under the hood. Jiten Vaidya and Sugu Sougoumarane saved YouTube from a scalability nightmare by inventing and open sourcing Vitess, a brilliant relational data storage system. But in the decade since working there, the pair have been inundated with requests from tech companies desperate for help building the operational scaffolding needed to actually integrate Vite...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Facebook, Elon Musk, Storage, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, Youtube, Funding, Tech, Mysql, Paypal


‘Avengers: Endgame’ Scores Biggest Trailer Launch Ever

Disney’s Avengers: Endgame trailer is breaking records for the most views in 24 hours across its platforms, at 289 million. Avengers: Endgame starts where Infinity War left off. With Thanos having destroyed half of all life in the universe, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) joins forces with Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) to resist. Part of the journey is the end. pic.twitter.com/9RvRQUxI3o — The Avengers (@Avengers) December 7, 2018 “To the greatest fans i...
Tags: Robert Downey Jr, Advertising, Disney, Nasa, Scarlett Johansson, Marvel Studios, Avengers: Infinity War, Twitter Twitter, Tony Stark, Markus, YouTube Facebook, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Branded entertainment, Franchises, America Chris Evans


6 Low-Cost Marketing Strategies for Startups and SMEs

By Brian King Running a company costs a lot of money, which is especially true for startups and SMEs that sometimes lack a stable source of revenue to finance on-going operation costs. Many startups struggle to find money and time to allocate to marketing activities, despite its crucial ability to create brand awareness, bring in new leads and propel sales. The truth is, neglecting marketing and advertising may end up hurting your company. There is no need for despair, as in this day and age the...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, Business, UK, Sales & Marketing, Google Analytics, Brian, Shopify, Fiverr, Right Now, YouTube Facebook, Pinterest Analytics, Brian King, Fac


How to use OBS

Need to learn how to use OBS? It's not as complex as it might seem. Just follow along with the steps in this guide and we'll have you ready for YouTube, Facebook, or Twitch primetime in no time. The post How to use OBS appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Web, Computing, Streaming, YouTube Facebook, Obs


As Taiwan prepares to vote on LGBTQ issues, a homophobic group is running ads before kids videos on YouTube

This Saturday, several issues related to LGBTQ equality, including marriage, are up for referendum in Taiwan’s mid-term elections. A little more than a year after the country’s top court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage, the LGBTQ community is once again fighting for their rights due to efforts by anti-gay groups. The battle has reached social media platforms including YouTube, where a group called 3 Yes is running an ad, including before popular children’s videos, that claims teaching about ...
Tags: Google, TC, Youtube, Tech, Taiwan, Gay Rights, Lgbtq, Constitutional Court, Inclusion, Yang, Ministry of Education, YouTube Facebook, Alliance of Taiwan Religious Groups, Bread of Life Christian Church, Yang Chun tzu