YouTube monetization changes make it harder for new and lesser-known creators to earn

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The Google-owned video sharing service has made its monetizing regulations tougher again. The YouTube monetization regulations are getting tougher again, making it harder for video creators to reach the minimum requirements for earning. The new rules go beyond the number of views threshold implemented in 2017 for the Partner Program. The new YouTube monetization rules require that a channel must have at least 10,000 views to apply for the Partner Program, which was made in a change last year. However, now creators must also have a minimum of 1,000 subscribers…

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Facebook mobile ad growth drives the social network’s earnings higher

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The company’s financial performance moves upward despite criticism regarding Russia’s U.S. election interference. Facebook mobile ad growth is pushing the company’s earnings upward despite the negative press the company has been receiving. The social network has received heavy criticism regarding the role it played in Russia’s interference in the American presidential election last year. The company revealed that its quarterly revenue has spiked to $10.3 billion, a massive year over year growth. Facebook’s quarterly revenue of $10.3 billion is significantly higher than it was in the same quarter in 2016,…

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Twitter ad transparency gets a boost to prevent potential future elections tampering

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Social media networks have been scrambling to improve their reputations when it comes to elections results. Twitter has announced that it is making some serious changes to the Twitter ad transparency on its platform. Following a Russian political advertising investigation, the company is aiming to ensure that it will avoid influencing future elections results. The new transparency center will launch in coming weeks and will make it easier for users to see who is advertising. Over the next few weeks, Twitter ad transparency will becoming increasingly obvious by way of…

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Facebook food ordering launches on social media app

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The application will allow people to order meals from nearby restaurants without having to leave it. Facebook food ordering is now available to users of the social network’s popular mobile app, making it possible for smartphone users to order take-out without switching applications. According to Facebook, users are already use the social platform to learn about local eateries. Because of that, Facebook food ordering becomes a natural choice for the mobile app’s users. If they’re already trying to find out where they should eat, then it could be quite convenient…

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Terrorist social media marketing? Not on YouTube, says Google

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The technology giant has amped its extremism blocking efforts on the video sharing platform, using AI. Terrorist social media marketing – and how to block it – has become an area of central focus for the top platforms as both Facebook and YouTube work to combat the spread of extremist propaganda. Google and Facebook have both opened up to the public in their own ways to tackle this issue. To help fight terrorist social media marketing via YouTube, released an op-ed within the FT newspaper, publicly discussing the way in…

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Facebook Rewards QR codes provide in-store savings

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The social network is aiming to show its stuff in terms of boosting traffic to brick-and-mortar shops. A new Facebook Rewards QR codes feature test is now underway as a new form of mobile marketing. This advertising is designed to send more in-store shoppers to the checkout counter with items to purchase. The reason is that the quick response codes are not only personalized but offer savings or bonuses. When a consumer scans the Facebook Rewards QR codes, they are able to take advantage of discounts and offers when they…

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Will the next Facebook marketing cleanup make ads less spammy?

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The social network is boosting its crackdown against ads leading to spam or click-bait websites. The largest social network is once again overhauling its ad posting strategy as the Facebook marketing algorithms crack down on click bait sites. The platform has been struggling with annoying and deceptive advertisements. Previous attempts have thinned the use of these types of ads to a certain degree, but not enough for users. Therefore, the Facebook marketing teams are working to boost the intensity of their efforts to place potentially spammy or click-bait ads in…

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Twitter social media marketing isn’t earning enough for the company

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A new strategy is being developed that may involve the use of paid subscriptions on a premium Tweetdeck version. As Twitter social media marketing simply isn’t generating the level of income the company had hoped for. It is considering the launch of a new paid subscription version of Tweetdeck. It is geared toward professionals and would provide them with an ad-free experience. Twitter is looking into this and other potential revenue streams after its advertising has fallen short. The Twitter social media marketing strategy simply isn’t bringing in the revenue…

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YouTube marketing will look different to viewers next year

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Google has announced that it will be making significant changes to reduce advertising irritation among users. In an effort to boost the viewing experience, YouTube marketing will be undergoing some considerable changes in 2018. The team is already seeking to bring an end to the forms of advertising that are most annoying to viewers. Google, YouTube’s owner, will soon put an end to certain forms of unskippable advertisements. Among the most common forms of YouTube marketing at the moment are the advertisements that run before, mid-roll and after a video…

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Social media marketing taken to next level by teen runaway

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Amy Sharp scored huge public attention as well as capture by police following unique Facebook antics. A teen from Australia captured the attention of the world with her unique social media marketing strategy following her recent jail break. She escaped police custody on August 19 after having been held for certain property offenses. The police had been circulating a mug shot in order to help discover her location. The teen, Amy Sharp, took exception to the mug shot being publicly displayed by the police. The police issued a release on…

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