Facebook isn’t the only social network looking to take on Google’s YouTube. Twitter is looking to ramp up its video rollout by letting some videos play automatically.
Put your trepidations aside for now and start publishing video and text that live only on Facebook because the social media giant is rewarding those who do with preferential News Feed treatment and, down the road, potentially ad revenue sharing. John Wilpers investigates.
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One of the greatest television series of all time came to a close last year and Breaking Bad was given a fitting send-off at the 2014 Emmys, which aired last night, August 25th. In addition, Modern Family also fared well, picking up two gongs. Modern Family and Breaking Bad repeated their wins for Outstanding Comedy and Drama […]
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is being readied for a November release, when it’ll appear on the PS4 and Xbox One for the first time. It’s been in the works for three years and is set to herald a new dawn for the series; a game that ushers players into a crisper high-definition era like. Catch […]