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How to Create a YouTube Business Account: A Step-by-Step Guide

Is your business on YouTube?
Hey, it’s not 2010 anymore. The takeover of video content marketing has been a long time coming as more and more brands have made the leap to YouTube. Whether it’s in the form of bite-sized how-to’s or long-form tutorials, YouTube content represents a cost-effective way to educate and entertain your audience.

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Facebook Cheat Sheet: All Sizes and Dimensions 2017

What is the Facebook profile picture size? How wide is the page of your brand? What’s the maximum video upload size? Here are all the numbers you need!

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Instagram now lets people add guests to live video streams

Make way for more talking heads. Instagram, competing hot on the heels of other live video broadcasting apps, is enhancing its video streaming service with a new feature that it hopes will bring out more videos both from those of its 800 million users who might be too shy to use the feature on their own, and from those who can’t resist an opportunity to be more social. Today, Instagram announced that it would let users who run live video streams add guests into their videos.

The rollout, part of the company’s latest update, follows a limited test that Instagram started in August to smaller groups of users, as part of its bigger and gradual expansion of live video and messages — a feature that first launched a little under a year ago.

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Avoid These 13 Live Streaming Video Mistakes

The live stream video begins, and the carefully prepared speaker begins addressing an audience of thousands of viewers. The presentation is going smoothly until, just a few minutes into the opening keynote, the video freezes. Some viewers sound the alert in the chat window, others try checking their own connection. But many viewers have left: On average, one in five viewers will immediately stop watching a stream with poor video quality and never return.

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Google Chrome will start blocking noisy autoplay videos in January

Google is taking aim at one of the biggest scourges of the modern web. Starting in January 2018, the Chrome browser will automatically block noisy autoplay video on webpages.

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