With YouTube recently opening up its Live Streaming feature to even more YouTube users, the popular video sharing platform has now opened up its most advanced feature to beginner YouTube accounts. As long as your account is verified and in good standing, it should be approved for a live stream event. Ok, so you can sit in front of your camera and talk live, how do you use this to your advantage as a business person? Why would you even want to? Here are the points to consider.
Google have been very hard at work lately, but it seems that what they are working hardest at is getting you to use Google+. That has been a hard sell as the almost-a-social-media-site has struggled to gain a foothold and slow down the momentum of Facebook. The attempt to bolster the relevance of Google+ that has most people up in arms is the integration of YouTube comments and Google+. This created a huge backlash as YouTube users seem to love their anonymity * and find value in saying
Two weeks ago I made mention of the Google+ and YouTube backlash and spoke more on what it meant to companies and their social media profiles. That’s primarily what we deal with here as we try to increase your effective use of social media. I stand by my feelings on the Google+ and YouTube comment integration from those 2 weeks ago, but the continued backlash from YouTube users is prompting me to put on the unbiased hat and delve into why the backlash over Google+ now being a requirement for
One of the absolute filthiest places on the internet is not, as you’d expect, a website with three x’s associated with it. Believe it or not it is the YouTube comments section. For years now they have been done through unverified accounts, basically anonymously, and this brought out the worst in people. Some of the worst bile in the world was spilled all over YouTube comments and the billion dollar company has decided to do something about it. YouTube, owned by Google, is now to only allow