YouTube and Twitch

YouTube and Twitch Wants to Compete on Home Turf

The video streaming service YouTube Live is about to undergo a major overhaul. The purpose? Focus on video games, especially the e-sport. Following the failure of negotiations to acquire Twitch, Google seems to perceive the new Amazon property as a significant ... Continue Reading →
Marketing Trends in 2015

Marketing Trends in 2015

The world is constantly changing – and everything in it changes at the same time. Technology evolves, and it changes the way brands and their customers interact. There are lots of things to consider when deciding what comes next – as old tactics and ... Continue Reading →
social media visibility

A Social Media Profile and Bio That Works

Social media is the Internet age’s go-to means of networking and getting your name out there to the public. But while it provides people with lots of new ways to introduce themselves to the world, it also increases your chances of making a misstep. That’s ... Continue Reading →
gaming console on mobile devices

Gaming Consoles In Emerging Markets

One of the biggest advantages of emerging markets is the huge potential economic windfall that results from bringing goods and services to a new audience. On the other hand, one of the biggest downsides of emerging markets is the uncertainty that accompanies any ... Continue Reading →
SMS Marketing

Top 5 Ways to Grow Your SMS Marketing List

For a business using a sms (short message service) marketing campaign to increase revenue, having a lot of contacts on your list is a good thing; in fact, the more the merrier! Understanding the top 5 ways to grow your sms marketing list will get you on the right ... Continue Reading →
Data driven marketing

What Is Data Driven Marketing?

There’s one certainty regarding the increasing number of innovations we enjoy today, and it’s that they provide us with a great number of new options for approaching and accomplishing any given task. Naturally, this usually means that the old school ... Continue Reading →
YouTube adopts the default HTML5 video

Farewell Flash YouTube adopts the default HTML5 video player

Chrome browsers, Internet Explorer 11, and Safari beta versions of Firefox will automatically display the view HTML5 video player during their next visit to YouTube. There are 4 years, YouTube’s engineers incorporated the <video> tag in HTML5 from the ... Continue Reading →
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