Archives Tag: YouTube

Best of Bieber [Videos]

Best of Bieber [Videos]

Checkin’ out the top 5 videos of Justin Bieber, from top to bottom. 1. Justin Bieber – Baby ft. Ludacris ~400M views 2. Justin Bieber – One Time ~200M views 3. Justin Bieber – Never Say Never ft. Jaden Smith ~115M views 4. Justin Bieber – Never Let You Go ~100M views 5. Justin Bieber […]

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YouTube Now Allows 15min Uploads

In recent YouTube news, the previous cap of 10 minutes per upload has been raised to 15 minutes per upload. A little excerpt from the announcement, We want YouTube to be the best place to upload video. Without question, the number one requested feature by our creators is to upload videos longer than 10 minutes. […]

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Get the Full Experience of Google Chrome

So here is something special that the YouTube and Google Chrome have worked on together. It’s very similar to how advertising works on Hulu.com, but let’s take a look. Now, don’t watch the video outside of the actual page, so I”m just giving you the link: http://www.youtube.com/googlechromethemes. Go to the page and watch the video. […]

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Tracking Your YouTube Channel with Google Analytics

YouTube recently launched a new blog called the YouTube Biz Blog. In short, a blog to help you make money on YouTube. There hasn’t been as big of a push from Google to generate money via YouTube, but there should be. YouTube is a huge search engine, whether we want to believe it or not. […]

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Google Plays Nice with South Korea

South Korea recently passed a law that requires sites with over 100,000 unique visitors per day, to require its users to provide their full name and national ID before posting videos and comments. “We have a bias in favor of freedom of expression and are committed to openness,” said Lucinda Barlow, a spokeswoman for YouTube […]

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Google Thinks Vimeo is YouTube

Here is an item of interest that popped up on the CrazyEngineers.comm forum yesterday. Google’s ever-so-handy translation tool thinks that Vimeo translates into YouTube. Competition is good, but bashing competition like this is well…actually kind of funny. It’s a very subtle move. [translate.google.com]

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Google Getting Careless with Branding

Google is a company that I would expect to protect its brand, trademark, and copyright, but in a few cases, I have seen that they haven’t been very protective. The first instance is GOOGLE.vc. This website is not owned by Google. I’ve talked about this domain before and mentioned it to a number of Google […]

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Copyright Violations Go Too Far

Here is a great example of when copyright violations go too far. Warner Music Group, the label for Death Cab for Cutie, asked YouTube to take down some videos because they were violating some copyrights. Here is the result. It was most likely accidental by someone on the band’s staff for the website, placing an […]

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Which was the Better Buy? YouTube or Flickr

The year 2005 marks one of the largest turning points in the tech industry. Yahoo! makes a bold move to acquire a fairly popular photo sharing website called Flickr in March 2005 [press]. The year 2006 marks one of the highlight moments for the Yahoo! competitor, Google. YouTube is acquired on October 9th, 2006 [press].

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YouTube to Compete with Hulu

Google’s online video property, YouTube, has announced that they will be offering full length television programs in addition to shorter video offerings to increase ad revenue. Hulu has drawn quite a bit of attention due to it’s strong partnerships that it has already completed. But something that Hulu has had as an edge to YouTube […]

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