While YouTube has become a talent incubator for big media companies, the creators responsible for the network’s profits get little in return.
Marketers are opting for Facebook video over YouTube thanks to higher engagement rates.
A third-party application has claimed responsibility for the recent Snapchat leak. YouTube is opening a brand-friendly studio for creators in New York. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The newest YouTube Space in New York will include “BrandLab,” a space for brands to mingle with creators.
Vlogbrother Hank Green bucks the system by giving followers an inside look into how the YouTube Creator revenue-sharing program works.
Facebook says $19 billion WhatsApp acquisition is now official. LinkedIn now shows more info about who viewed your profile. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
As digital natives turn away from traditional media, industry giants are throwing money at YouTube to foster and exploit the talent that grows there.
With more than 300 million monthly active users, the vision for Google+ is to make it a destination for meaningful conversations online.
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YouTube has decided to invest in the development of content by providing direct funding for creators.