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Posts Tagged ‘Youtube’

Just How Much Money Do The Creators Of Viral Videos Make? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Viral YouTube videos are no longer one-time flukes.

Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars – JennaMarbles, the third most popular channel on YouTube, earned almost $350,000 in one year from ad revenue – and Twitter plays a critical role in that by facilitating the spread of viral content.

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Classic YouTube Clip: “Twttr 101″ Starring Biz Stone [VIDEO]

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has starred in his share of legit YouTube videos, including this 2010 interview with Wolf Blitzer’s The Situation Room, which consisted of 140-character questions, and the more recent teaser of Stone’s upcoming short film with Ron Howard.

But this cinematic gem starring Biz Stone we’re going to share with you below really takes the cake.

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Latest Twitter Scam Directs You To Video Showing Obama Punch Someone In The Face

First off: No, you will not see a video of President Obama punching someone in the face here – or anywhere for that matter.

That’s the point of this post. The latest attempt to compromise your Twitter account tells you that you will see this Obama video after clicking the attached link, but you won’t. You will have your Twitter account hijacked AND your personal information stolen from your computer though!

So spread the word, because once folks click the link and travel to the official-looking pages that follow, they’ll fall for this hoax. And guess what? You probably would too!

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Who Are The Most Popular Celebs On Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Can you guess who’s winning the social media fame game? The usual suspects – Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber – make their appearance, but you might be surprised by some of the other names on the list.
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Five Strategies To Dominate Twitter, Facebook And YouTube [INFOGRAPHIC]

They’re the “Big Three” of social media: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. If you have a solid presence on all of them, you’re well on your way to social media stardom.

Still, you need to know how to approach all three of these networks if you want to dominate them, and this infographic is going to show you how to do just that.
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39% Of Marketers Will Use Twitter For Their Campaigns In 2012

Facebook might still be the juggernaut of social media advertising, but Twitter takes the second-place silver medal. More advertisers will be turning to Twitter this year than YouTube, LinkedIn or Google+ to get at their customers’ eyeballs – and their credit cards.
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Twitvid Gets A Social Facelift, Now Feels More Like Twitter For Video

Twitvid has made a name for itself as one of the biggest repositories of videos shared on Twitter, second only to YouTube, with over 40 million monthly views and over 12 million unique viewers. However, starting today Twitvid is going from repository to social destination with a major facelift that takes the service to a whole new level.

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HootSuite Now Offers YouTube, Tumblr, Flickr Support With New App Directory

HootSuite, one of the most popular Twitter dashboards, is expanding in a big way. The company just announced its new App Directory, a platform for third-parties to integrate their existing apps (or build custom ones) into HootSuite.

The first wave of big-name apps to hit the directory include YouTube, Flickr, Tumblr and Get Satisfaction.
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Twitter Takes Home “Digital Service Of The Year” Award At T3

Twitter beat out Facebook, YouTube and Spotify as the best social media site of 2011 at the T3 awards last night. Held in London, the award ceremony saw the famous faces of digital gadgetry gather together to honor the best in tech.
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Twitter Is Second-Most Visible Brand On Prime-Time TV, And It Doesn’t Pay For Any Placement

Twitter beats out all other brands, save one, when it comes to visibility on primetime broadcast TV shows. In fact, Twitter was more visible than all paid product placements on TV in August. And the company didn’t have to drop a dime.
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