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Twitch is the second streaming platform to get into the food space this month, a week after the launch of Steve Chen's Nom.
This fun photo and video app that millions use daily can drive those users straight to your business.
The social-media giant has new features and recommendations to help businesses make videos that can be watched without sound.
The video streaming site is going up against Netflix by rolling out new original series behind a $9.99-a-month paywall.
Called Shop Videos, the new editing program within the Sell on Etsy mobile app aims to help 1.5 million sellers on the crafty ecommerce platform tell their stories visually.
Everbliss joins other startups that hook users up with professionals almost instantly.
A hundred million Internet users watch online videos each day. If you're not investing in video marketing, you're behind the eight ball.
The initiative, launched in October, represents a momentous cultural shift for YouTube and arguably its biggest product launch to date.
Snapchat is closing in on Facebook, which reports 8 billion views every day. But such towering metrics can be misleading in terms of actual reach and monetization.
Called YouTube Red, the service also lets users play videos in the background while they're using other apps, and save videos offline for future viewing.
Twitter will give creators a 70 percent cut of ad revenues, as opposed to the 55 percent offered by YouTube and Facebook.
Video is easy to create but hard to do well. Follow these lessons for a better presentation.
There are reasons for small businesses to spend resources on video, but revenue isn't one of them.