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Vlogging Quick-start Guide: Exuding Confidence on Camera

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

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Videos are everywhere—they’re in websites, your social media feeds, and they even show up in search engine results. Starting a video blog or vlog is a powerful way to spread your message and reach potential customers, and regular video posts can solidify your connection with your audience.

 

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Google Announces New Ad Targeting Options and Better Measurement Tools for YouTube

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

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Google is looking to add greater functionality and better ad options to YouTube, its online video platform. The search engine giant recently announced a set of new changes to YouTube, most of which are focused on the ever-changing and expanding role of mobile apps and devices.

 

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Monthly Link Round Up – 10-31-14

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Snapchat messaging app gets its first add… and it’s very creepy (TheGuardian.com)

With its first paid advertisement on the app, SnapChat is hoping to generate money through paid ads—something entirely new to the company. The advert was a 20-second trailer of Ouija, a horror film by Universal Studios.

Facebook Launches Anonymous Chat App Called ‘Rooms’ (TIME.com)

Facebook recently launched a free mobile app called ‘Rooms’ allowing users to set up anonymous chat rooms for shared interests. The chat rooms are only for invite and accessible through a special code scanned by the phone’s camera.

Tumblr Bets on Video, Updates Its Player with New Features (Mashable.com)

With video posts growing more in popularity on Tumblr, the company recently gave its built-in video player a series of improvements to enhance user experience. Some of the updates include infinite looping, HD quality and auto play options, and the ability to drag videos to the side so that they stay visible while users scroll down for new content.

Twitter acquires Twitpic’s photo archive to keep it alive (TheNextWeb.com)

Twitter has acquired Twitpic’s domain and photo archive so that users can still access their old pictures despite the app shutting down. Twitpic had already announced last September that it was discontinuing service before announcing again that a potential investor could save it. It finally shut down on October 25 due to lack of interest.

YouTube Considers Paid, Ad-Free Subscriptions (WSJ.com)

YouTube is currently considering a paid, ad-free subscription version that lets users watch videos without ads, which had been the website’s main source of revenue. This option will exist alongside the current ad-supported version to give users more choices on how to watch videos.

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