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Google does AdSense for Videos

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 22, 2008

In October 2007, Google announced YouTube with AdSense overlayed on the videos. It was a move to monetize the 1.6 billion dollar investment Google made on Youtube. Recently, Inside AdSense blog announced a similar move for AdSense on Google Videos: ... we've decided that AdSense for video will use the InVideo ads adopted on our own property, YouTube, which enable advertisers to make a single buy at scale. Also competing in the auction - and unique to AdSense for video and AdSense video units - are text overlay ads which are contextually targeted to signals in your videos and on…

Big money moving behind fake Facebook videos

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: February 10, 2014

Last week, I was asked by @tjmanotoc to do a TV interview about those fake Facebook videos. The interview was aired on TV Patrol, Bandila and another Studio 23 report. Since the clip was very short, I thought of doing a longer and more detailed explanation of the case here. The recent incident involving Vhong Navarro and Deniece Cornejo/Cedric Lee brought out a lot of opportunity to spread more of these deceptive or fake videos on YouTube. The whole idea on why videos like these become viral even if they are not real is that a significant number of Facebook…

YouTube: Why is it hard to monetize videos?

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: June 4, 2008

YouTube's head of monetization, Shashi Seth, has now left Google to join a new start-up named Cooliris. He's been working on YouTube as early as February 2007 but since then, there's not much success with making money off the video sharing site. Google bought YouTube for about $1.6 Billion in 2006. The growth of the video sharing service has grown exponentially to become one of the top website destinations worldwide. Never mind the cost of operation such a bandwidth-hungry service as Google hoped it could get its money back thru advertising. Revver, another competing site, makes money by overlaying ads…

GreedTube: Share Videos and Make Money

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: October 8, 2006

Found this site via Digg just now. Basically, it's a rip-off of YouTube at the same time leeching off YouTube's bandwidth. The catch? Videos are played on the site with YouTube embed code and 50% of the ad revenue is paid to the people that submit the videos using Google Adsense. Sounds like a nice idea eh? But will YouTube allow this? Nah! If you read the fine print over at the YouTube TOS Section 5F: "YouTube permits you to link to materials on the Website for personal, non-commercial purposes only. In addition, YouTube provides an "Embeddable Player" feature which…

Facebook’s new app Riff lets you shoot collaborative videos

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: April 3, 2015

Facebook announces its new app that encourages creative stimulation among you and your peers by letting you shoot videos which your friends can add on to and altogether make one collaborated video. This is Riff. Within the app you can shoot a video, give it a topic, and your friends will be able to add their own clips on said topic. After they've added their video their friends can then see it, and their friends' friends, and so on. The aim is to produce a video from different users within a given concept. The finished video can of course be shared…

Three LG G3 promo videos posted online

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: May 25, 2014

Prior to its launch on May 28, LG Mobile Korea posted three promo videos for their upcoming flagship, the LG G3. Check out the videos after the break. The promo videos, which is more like a teaser, show three aspects of the smartphone namely the camera, the design, and the display. Camera The LG G3 will be equipped with a 13-megapixel camera with a laser auto-focus system that should help with the focus in low-light situations. Design It sports a premium aluminum unibody design. Though there are also reports that there will be a less-premium polycarbonate version. Display Lastly, LG…

Get Out More web app makes it “More Fun” with videos

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: September 26, 2012

Was invited by BPI yesterday to talk about tech blogging and how BPI Online Banking has help me get out more without worrying about paying bills. They also launched their microsite/web app which allows you to create "It's More Fun" videos from photos of your trips. The whole idea reminds me of the Lakbayan web app that we featured here back in 2007. So I was digging my archives for photos I could use for the video mash-up. The challenge here is to find the best picture that fits the one-word description for the video slide. The most challenging part…

Does Google favor its own? (BlogSpot)

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: December 13, 2007

Been joining several SEO contests in the last couple of years and only recently did I noticed that Google seems to be giving favors to its own products and services. Take for example YouTube. When it was not yet bought by Google, you don't see videos in the search results. But now, just look at the Google search results: So, let's just say that Youtube video for the keyword "thriller" is appropriate in the results. Why not put videos from Revver or Metacafe too? Why just YouTube? Does Google have a preferential bias towards its own? Looks like it. How…

Here’s why Facebook Messenger wants your permission to take pictures and videos

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 12, 2014

Facebook explains why its standalone app, Messenger, is requesting permission to access features on your Android smartphone and tablet. Facebook received backlash when users, especially those who are concerned about privacy, noticed that its Messenger app is requesting permission to access features on an Android smartphone or tablet. One of those requests is the permission to take pictures and videos, and record audio. According to the social media giant, the permissions are used to make sure the app's features run well. "Almost all apps need certain permissions to run on Android, and we use these permissions to run features in…

YouTube helps Pinoys earn from online videos

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: February 27, 2014

In order to help individual content creators, small and medium enterprises, and animation studios set up and get the most out of their own channels, YouTube held its first Pop-Up Workshop earlier at the Mind Museum in Fort, giving tips on how to make it successful in the online industry. During the workshop, a couple of YouTube sensations made an appearance to share how they, who started as ordinary users, turned their video hits to money. Local YouTube sensation-turned-celebrity Mikey Bustos was there and told us how he engaged his audience and how it opened different opportunities for him. Jamvhille…