The Internet Killed Television: A Vidcon Recap

The Internet Killed Television: A Vidcon Recap

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  With this year’s biggest youtube event, Vidcon drawing to a close the mass cultural explosion that is Youtube has taken over the internet. This three day long event including community interaction, panels and industry discussion draws the biggest youtube crowd yet. If you’re not familiar with the benefits of youtube and just how strongly […]

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Periscope for Twitter?

Periscope for Twitter?

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Periscope, a live video streaming app for iOS and Android developed by Kayvon Beykpour and Joe Bernstein, has been purchased by Twitter. This new app, lets you share and experience live video from your mobile phone. For broadcasters, Periscope lets you share experience with others, instantly you can notify followers you’re live, and begin broadcasting. For viewers, […]

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Adios, Urbanspoon, Hello Zomato?

Adios, Urbanspoon, Hello Zomato?

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By Grant Goggans If you’re like literally thousands of other food bloggers, you had been exchanging reciprocal links with Urbanspoon until the end of May, when Zomato, the new owners of the service, finally closed it down. Zomato purchased Urbanspoon at the beginning of the year, and while some of us were braced for some considerable changes, the breadth […]

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3 New Social Media Algorithm Changes Bloggers Should Know About

3 New Social Media Algorithm Changes Bloggers Should Know About

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It’s so difficult to keep up posts on our blogs without having to keep up with the ever-changing algorithms of and rules of social media. But here are three changes that recently went into effect that can really change your stats and growth among social networks like Facebook and Instagram. 1. Mobilegeddon is Here Google’s latest […]

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