36 Burst results for "Youtube"

Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Some around it appears the shoppers aren't spending as much on the fun stuff. What's been most interesting to me is a lot of people are buying necessity products rather than luxury items. YouTube deal guy Matt granite says it's not the Chromebooks and Bluetooth speakers people are talking about. It's the kettle, the blenders, the carpet cleaners, even snow blowers are popular, though cyber Monday, he expects to see more of the typical deals being grabbed up. Laptops, computer parts components, if you need them for education or productivity, Monday will be unlike anything we've seen in terms of computer reductions. Mike Morello, WTO P news. And giving Tuesday is straight ahead, one D.C. nonprofit that helps kids with disabilities say they need your help and I want you to know they have a new name. We were originally dreams for kids D.C. founded in 2009. But they've rebranded to sow kids soar, executive director Glenda Smith says they've also made a few program changes. What we've really done is transformed our programming to help youth with disabilities through, not just the childhood years, but also through their transition to adulthood. They offer everything from hockey and basketball clinics with the capitals in the mystics to an employment skills program for young adults. Learn more about how you can support so kids soar at WTO P dot com. Sarah Jacobs news. As four O 6, there are some there are some incentives for consumers, replace their old AC unit, and buy heat pumps these days. Buying a heat pump could save you some money in 2023 says Kevin brasler with consumers checkbook. If you need to replace a central air conditioner and the Washington area, it makes a lot of sense to in its place put in a heat pump. Heat pumps

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Popular Analyst Warns Steep Correction in Sight for Solana, Says SOL Has Ways To Go – Here’s His Target

The Daily Hodl

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Popular Analyst Warns Steep Correction in Sight for Solana, Says SOL Has Ways To Go – Here’s His Target

"11 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Popular analyst warned steep correction in sight for Solana, says SOL has ways to go here, as his target. A closely followed crypto analyst is warning Solana SOL holders that the smart contract platforms downtrend is likely far from over. In a new strategy session, pseudonymous analyst chits tells his 50,200 YouTube subscribers that he's bearish on Ethereum ETH rival Solana, and that he plans to short SOL should it bounce to 15. If the post popular analyst warns steep correction in sight for Solana, says SOL has ways to go here is target appeared first on the daily HODL.

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Sebastian Is Joined by Razorfist AKA 'Rageaholic'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Sebastian Is Joined by Razorfist AKA 'Rageaholic'

"Just tell us a little bit? I know you're on the front line of democracy or whatever is left of it in Arizona. But you have a rather unusual Mathieu, let's say, you are clearly into computer games in heavy metal, but you are one of the most sagacious political commentators on YouTube as far as I'm concerned. So how was razor fist born and what is this explain this melding to us and where you hail from? I am, of course, from the fiery depths. I am from Phoenix, Arizona. But I was always politically active. I started out in political radio. So actually video games and the heavy metal and all that is a relatively recent concern comparatively. I went to school for political science and I was actually I went to a prominent journalism school out here whose identity you can probably infer but it's named after somebody who's credibility perhaps is in doubt now in 2022. So yeah, but I got into politics first. I actually kind of got into this in reverse. Other people on YouTube, I think it's been the opposite where they've gotten more political as society is steadily descended into the lowest chambers of madness. So for those of you who are just listening and not watching, I have to explain to you that this man's persona. He comes on YouTube, classic bikers jacket. The classic black bikers jacket with the studs with the snaps. A heavy metal or gamer T-shirt, long black hair, and the mirrored sunglasses it essential. I know that when he's off, he is in a three piece tailor made suit. We know this to be true. My drones will confirm that momentarily.

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'American Injustice' Author J.P. Mac Isaac Is Getting the Truth Out

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

'American Injustice' Author J.P. Mac Isaac Is Getting the Truth Out

"Think people are going to learn in this book when they get it? And the book, by the way, is American injustice, my battle to expose the truth. Well, I think it should be a cautionary tale. There's two stories that I think the more important story is not revolving around a guy with a drug problem and a sex addiction that left three laptops at my shop are one laptop in my shop. I think the story is more of this is what happens when our mainstream and social media collude with our federal agencies that have been weaponized politically. And this is the outcome. And they decided to block my story, replace the narrative with this Russian collusion. And push that on to the American people. And they took away my opportunity to tell my story. So this book allows me to tell the story. They can't shadow ban this book. They can't block it on YouTube. So this is my story and my effort to get the truth out.

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NBC News Suggests How Voting Machines Can Be Hacked

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

NBC News Suggests How Voting Machines Can Be Hacked

"I want you folks To go to at YouTube the ease of hacking voting machines I am not saying voting machines have been hacked I am not putting out any hypothesis That's not my purpose here My purpose is to expose the Democrat party in the Democrat party media It's from three years ago I want you to take a look at it how hackers can target voting machines NBC News three years ago Go to YouTube the ease of hacking voting machine I don't know how easy it is I don't know how hard it is I don't even know if it's possible but NBC News did an entire segment on this almost 5 minutes 5 minutes Dominion might want to sue them by the way 5 minutes How hackers can target voting machines NBC News

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The Significance of Having Trump Back on Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:50 min | 5 d ago

The Significance of Having Trump Back on Twitter

"I wanted to talk about the enormous significance for free speech. And for Trump of Elon Musk, sort of opening the door and letting Trump back on Twitter. Now, first of all, Trump isn't back on Twitter. He hasn't done any new tweets, even though he now can. His account is open. You can actually go there, you can follow him. One thing I find amazing is that within 24 hours, Trump has accumulated 80 million, 80 million. I'm not kidding you. Followers. He's surpassed Biden in one day. And when I told Debbie, he's like, Trump is beating out Biden. She goes, again. So that was a little bit of a telling reaction. Oh, now I think that Trump should get back on Twitter. I realized that he might have made a deal not to do that. He's with the Trump media company. He has true social. But here's my point. If you're running for president, how can you deny yourself this massive platform? Trump has about 4 million followers on truth social. And I'm not saying people can take Trump's comments over there and duplicate them on Twitter. But it's a whole different thing for Trump himself to take advantage of this massive platform. Let's remember Trump doesn't really have the other platforms. He doesn't have YouTube, he doesn't have meta or Facebook. So in my opinion, Trump needs to sort of, look, he can he can stay with true social and post there first. If it were me, I would post on truth social and then say, listen, two hours later or three hours later that my post is going to be uploaded under my account on Twitter. And that way through social retains the kind of exclusive, but Trump is at the same time, you know, disseminating his very distinctive voice.

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There Are Alternatives to Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

05:44 min | 5 d ago

There Are Alternatives to Twitter

"So Twitter's back up and running, you can, I guess, feel free to say what you want now. And a lot of people I've seen a lot of friends who lost their accounts, they have been restored. That's all good, but will it matter? Again, there are other alternatives out there. I'm on true social as well, parlor, of course, has come about and had its own set of challenges. There's locals as well. I encourage you, by the way, you can follow me on locals at Trish Regan locals dot com, where they really are about promoting this freedom of speech within a decent way, right? I mean, we're not talking total craziness, but the ability at least to have an opinion. And in this environment, it's gotten hard. If I tell you to consecutive quarters of negative growth for our economy, means a recession, then somehow now I'm questioned by social media platforms for false information. I mean, hey, look, no recession is the same. But it used to be the definition of a recession. Now you can't say it anymore because Joe Biden doesn't want us to. I mean, that's scary stuff, folks, all right? And either side of the aisle. Remember that? Because it can just as easily be the Democrats that they're going after next. So even if Democrats are going after conservatives and all you can't say it's a recession that could so easily flip and that's the scary part about all of that. Isn't it? But lots of changes coming. I think January is going to prove to be a very interesting month. Don't you think? Don't you think I want to tell you about Kevin McCarthy? But before I do, did you see who's crawling around here? Right here on my lap. This is fluffy. If you haven't met fluffy, this is indeed him. He is the sweetest little thing and so important to me. I love this dog so much and it's the reason why I'm excited to tell you about a wonderful supplement that I found for him created by a former army veteran, an army veteran, a former army ranger named doctor Dennis black, and doctor black is naturopathic doctor, has created this supplement because he loves donks too and he's got a couple of them a little bit bigger than you fluffy, a little bit, but fluffy's just a little tiny Maltese. I encourage you if you're listening on Apple iTunes, go check out my YouTube channel or my rumble channel so you can see this guy in the flesh, but I love him. He goes a lot of places with me. And it's very important part of my life. And so I want to make sure that he is getting the proper nutrients. So this is why I have doctor Dennis black supplement for fluffy that I just add, I sprinkle onto his food every single day, because then I know he's getting the digestive enzymes. He's getting the minerals. He's getting the probiotics. All the things that he needs to have a long and healthy, happy life. Well, hopefully I will. A little bit responsible for some of that happiness, right, buddy. Anyway, I encourage you to check it out. Doctor Dennis black has a wonderful offer for free trial bag for Friends of mine, Friends of this show fans of this show. I'm going to include this link below in the show notes. But go to rough greens dot com today. Are you FF green's dot com today? Are you FF greens dot com today? Get your free trial back. It's really worth it. This is a wonderful supplement. Your dog will thank you. I promise. And your dog will love it. I mean, I'd be shocked. If it was any other way, because I know how much this guy I know how much he loves it, so I'm pretty sure your dog will as well. Anyway, back to what's happening there in Washington, D.C., as I keep him right here on my lap, I might as well, right? These little animals, they're pretty special. They're pretty special. Anyway, you've got chemical McCarthy planning some big changes. Now that he's going to be Speaker of the House. And it looks like Adam Schiff. And perhaps some of these others, like AOC, they're on the skids when it comes to the house Intel committee. As they should be, I mean, when you think about some of the things that have been done, who's the other one, the one that had the friendship with the lovely young woman. Fang fang, was it? From China, that's kind of something I wish I could forget. Anyway, we can't. I would argue rather compromise position there because she is alleged to have been a Chinese spy. Kind of strange to him to have him on the foreign affairs community here in the Intel committee. So I think that you're going to see a big revamp coming of some of these committees where there are sensitive positions and you have people that maybe don't like Israel or have had questionable relationships with people like fang thing. Are going to come into question and as they should. And that's going to result in some changes. Look, I think we need more responsibility in Washington. I really do. I think that people are shooting off their mouse in ways that are unbecoming, frankly, to themselves, and to the nation. And we've got to remember, in fact, who our allies are, one of which, of course, major ally, being Israel. So there's an important some important things that are going to be happening. And I'd say, in that sense, very good things that are going to be happening. But they're not going to go down without a fight. So gear up, be ready. In the meantime, let's all look forward to some Thanksgiving Thanksgiving which, by the way, we're going to talk about this tomorrow. Is suddenly super, super pricey. Have you seen the price said the turkey dinner this year? We'll talk about it. Great to have you here. Make sure you go to Trish Intel dot com. Trish Intel dot com to sign up for the newsletter, secure your invites to all our free and great exclusive events so you have to be, you have to be on the list as they say. I'll see you tomorrow.

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Dave Rubin: Recalling an Iconic Moment With Larry Elder

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | Last week

Dave Rubin: Recalling an Iconic Moment With Larry Elder

"I mean what happened one day where you're like okay and I know me and you have some different social abuse and that stuff But that's the great part about it being sane people Like we can actually talk things out But when did you say to yourself like okay this modern liberal movement is just bananas Well it's interesting because people say liberal and this is what my first book was about but you know the progressives are illiberal liberalism means basically you're open minded you're willing to find where there is more equality and more freedom The progressives have changed equality obviously to equity and they want to rejigger society in their bizarre racist sex focused identity focused worldview For me there were a couple things that happened the most famous one that you've probably seen It's been seen probably a 100 million times on YouTube I had Larry elder on my show legendary radio host Larry elder Epic We had never met before We sat down I said something about systemic racism and he basically beat me senseless And I don't know how many people can say this Dan but I honestly think I had my best and worst career moment at the exact same time because it was my worst for obvious reasons I said something not ready to battle it out I said systemic racism He beats me senseless and I had nothing to fall back on but it was my best moment because it was not live like we are right now was to tape We're going to air it the next day My producers all said we're going to cut that And I said no we have to leave it Knowing that I was going to take a hit on that I mean that Well you know what It really is It takes a lot of courage It's a fine line between bravery and sort of stupidity or naivete or something But it worked It worked

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Google Manipulates Search Results to Help Democrats in Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

Google Manipulates Search Results to Help Democrats in Elections

"As I reflect upon the dismal results of the midterms, I'm trying to think about all the different ways in which the playing field could have been manipulated. You can say un leveled either by the Democrats explicitly or by their allies in the media in the tech community and so on. And I'm reminded of the work of one particular psychologist. This is doctor Robert Epstein, who has been studying the impact of Google in manipulating search results. Now, who is doctor Epstein? Well, here we go. He's a senior research psychologist at the American institute for behavioral research and technology. This is in California. He's been a research psychologist for 40 years. He's been on the board of psychology today and scientific American mind. He's a PhD from Harvard University, he's written 15 books more than 300 scientific and mainstream articles. And he has really been focusing since 2012, so now for a decade. On what tech platforms in general, but specifically Google. See Google isn't a very unique position because think about it. Google has become kind of a well a verb. Let's Google it. And let's Google it means let's get more information about it. Let's run a search. And while there are a couple of other smaller search platforms much, much smaller, Google really has a virtual monopoly. And this gives me Google in a way more powerful than the other platforms. And let's remember Google also owns YouTube. So Google has that kind of combined power. Now, what Robert Epstein has found is that Google has systematically manipulated search results. And they do it particularly to influence elections. He's been arguing that they've been doing this for a while, but it's quite possible that they have even ramped it up in recent elections. Now, Google sort of denies they're doing this, but Epstein's evidence seems to show that they do it.

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Facebook still banning Trump — for now — despite campaign

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Facebook still banning Trump — for now — despite campaign

"Facebook is still banning Trump for now Donald Trump's suspension from Facebook and Instagram will stand for now despite his candidacy for president meta which owns both platforms says it has no plans to lift the ban on Trump which was imposed after the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol Trump may not have to wait long to return however as the suspension will be reconsidered in January One change will be immediate as a candidate Trump will no longer be subject to Facebook fact checks That's because under Facebook rules comments by elected officials and candidates for office are not subject to fact checks on its site over at YouTube a ban imposed following the January 6th attack does remain in place Twitter's new owner Elon Musk has criticized Twitter's decision to boot the former president but said it will be up to a content moderation committee to decide whether to reinstate fan users I'm Lisa dwyer

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Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Share Their Polarizing NY Experience

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Laura Osnes & Nathan Johnson Share Their Polarizing NY Experience

"We're living at a time when those people who are trying to do everything right, you realize you can't. You do everything right and there's still kind of coming after you. And so there are people in the church today who act as though, well, you must have done something wrong. And I was they don't understand that you could do everything right. I mean, I'm speaking because this program was wiped off of YouTube. And I said, you know, what did we say or do? Because I try to be honorable if I did something wrong or whatever. And there are still people in the church who kind of think like, well, if you keep your nose clean, if you're careful, no one was more careful than you. And they decided to kind of come after you. Yeah. That's definitely what it felt like. I think the last couple of years have been more polarizing than ever. And if you think one thing, if someone finds out you think one thing that it automatically means you are this, this, this, this, this and this, and we can no longer be Friends, or you no longer deserve to work or live. Which is so funny because we spent our 15 years in New York. We make space for everybody. We love everybody. I'm fine with disagree with people. In fact, we have lived in disagreement for a long time with certain issues and we're like, you know what? You still deserve a voice. You still deserve a place in our life. And actually, some of those conversations, let's go back and forth. Let's battle it out a little bit. That's how we come to the best ideas sometimes. And it was just so quick, I think the cancellation was just so swift and we found ourselves literally overnight going, what just happened? My history there, my 15 years, my reputation there, like meant nothing. And I'm like, do you know me? And to be honest, a lot, like a lot of it was like random fans who didn't know me. Like theater fans that just completely turned. And then there were legitimate Friends of mine, acquaintances, costars, that publicly posted horrible things about me.

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Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

Crypto Current

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Crypto Protocol LBRY Loses Court Battle With SEC

"The property that is known as the decentralized YouTube called library just officially has been ruled against in its case against the SEC where they officially deemed that their token is in fact a security. Now, the reason why this is such a big story and why I'm pretty sure it's going to start acting as a counter piece in the current market situation is you've got a really, really compelling project that in the legal sense had a very similar case to ripple. Now is essentially going to be used as precedent. And the problem with that is the way it was written, I haven't done a full review of what it said in the summary judgment, but from what I understand in the immediate analysis is it is having implications that may in fact reflect even Ethereum as a security. So I don't even know if these judgments are going to get us any closer to actual regulatory clarity, or if it's just going to muddy the water even further, but right now it seems kind of bleak. What is your immediate read on this and how it may affect the overall market and how the SEC goes forward? It's definitely bleak if there's somehow wrapping Ethereum into a security. Again, I don't have enough information on this breaking news to be able to accurately report on it. But just listening to the headline and what you are saying, it's not great. So I really hope that they don't try to tie a theorem into this and try to make it a security because then if they do, then that does mean that, hey, maybe there is jurisdiction in the U.S. to go after people. If it's a security, right? So yeah, there's a lot of cascading effects that can happen if that's the case,

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Voters Report Problems With Voting Machines

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Voters Report Problems With Voting Machines

"I know there's a lot of adversity that have gone on. It's basically in the state of Arizona. Some of the polling places, the machines are not working, some of them are completely now some of them only responded to 9% of the vote, do not give up. You have to stay in line. You have to weather the storm. And I told some of y'all to make sure you vote early, make sure if you can't vote early and you can't go on election day, vote by mail. Don't get in the rucks of listening to the Republican talking points. You better get your vote out there because you end up today and stuff happens in adversity happening. It's your only chance to vote. And you walk away from the poll and you go sit at the house, you have just screwed not only yourself but the rest of America. But if you're out there right now, you're thinking about voting, you haven't voted. You haven't voted yet. The only way to the poll make sure you vote, endure to the end, our country is depending on you to vote for what's right. 1300 people that listen to me. And most people are conservative, and we have 18% out of 1300 people say that they did not vote today. I'm encouraging you to do what's right. Shout out to everybody that's given super chats on the YouTube channel. If somebody said something that I can't repeat on the radio or I can't repeat on the YouTube channel in the comments section. You know, I think that there is adversities. It don't make no mistake about it. There are adversities that are coming up at the poll places in the day of voting. You have to endure battle to the end.

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How Could You Not Vote?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

How Could You Not Vote?

"I did a poll on the YouTube channel. You know, I got 2 million people on YouTube. I got about 2.7 million. I mean, 2700 people watching live. I haven't gone live in a way. I normally it's like thousands of billion, 30,000, 40,000 people watching live. If it's a big major incident. But we did a poll about voting in like 27% of people said they didn't vote today. And I'm hoping that they're saying it in vote today because they voted early. If we have 27% of people saying that they did not vote in this election. Then we should have 27% of people not complaining about the election. Because you can not complain if you're not voting. You can not complain. Don't waste my time, don't waste your time if you're not going to go to the polls and vote. Don't talk about Biden, don't talk about Trump. Keep your political information to yourself because nobody want to hear it because you're not a participating member of society. And you complain about something in which you don't plan to fix.

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 Misinformation thrives on video site popular with far-right

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Misinformation thrives on video site popular with far-right

"NewsGuard is a firm that monitors online misinformation and it says nearly half the videos that are suggested on the popular conservative video sharing platform rumble send searchers to untrustworthy sources the situation is somewhat better NewsGuard says for those who search on YouTube NewsGuard says only about 20% of videos on that site come from untrustworthy sources The findings indicate that even as mainstream sites like YouTube take steps to monitor the spread of misinformation those who illyria about such efforts seek out other less reliable sources of information on

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The Pursuit of Conservitism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

The Pursuit of Conservitism

"One of the most, I think one of the most brilliant points that I've heard I read it actually so I should say that I've read in the past year, I think I've mentioned this before. It's from John O'sullivan, who is a British speech writer for Margaret Thatcher. He had this excellent point, it's true of public schools. It's true of higher Ed schools. It's even true of something of the LA times, which a hundred years ago was one of the most conservative right-wing papers in the country and now it is just saying to say his left wing is an egregious understatement. But John who's Sullivan had this brilliant brilliant theory that any individual group or society institution, really anything that is not actively practicing conservatism, like every single day, vigorously pursuing a conservative way of a life. Will naturally drift to the left, because that's just, in most societies, the natural drift of things is leftward. Certainly in this society because our media and our schools and everything. All the influences around us are left. Wouldn't you love I wonder if you ever fantasize this. That you got an hour to speak to all of the students at Harvard. Well, that's how we started the conversation about the bullhorn. I just wanted to trust me. I would love that. I would get booed off the stage. You know, you know what? You might want to write. You should write if I could go back to school. Well, that was my senior speech. That's true. My senior speech that I gave was, which is on YouTube for those who haven't seen it. Yes, he did.

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Rumble Refuses to Submit to the Censorship Demands of France

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Rumble Refuses to Submit to the Censorship Demands of France

"The video platform rumble is really proving its reliability as a free speech platform. And by a free speech platform, what I mean is it genuinely is open. To all kinds of different viewpoints, so that the kind of open debate that is essential to self governing societies can move forward. Now, a full disclosure, Debbie and I are close to rumble. We helped to build up rumble. We actually are investors in rumble because we wanted to encourage the growth and proliferation of an alternative platform. Now, the latest news is the following rumble has apparently being was being pressured by the French government to ban certain foreign sources, particularly Russian. A source called RT France and also Sputnik. And basically the idea is the French were saying this these are adversaries and you have to ban them. And rumble said, no, we don't actually ban foreign news sources, even though there are foreign sources that are hostile that have their own accounts. By the way, there are foreign sources that have their accounts on Twitter and YouTube and Facebook, and they are not banned. They just happen to be the adversaries that the left doesn't want a ban. So for example, the Iranian government and various Iranian authorities have accounts on Twitter. They have accounts on YouTube. They have accounts on Facebook. And none of these platforms have banned them. So think about what's really going on with France coming to rumble and saying ban these Russian sites. In a sense, what they're telling rumble is we get to decide which kind of foreign bad guys are allowed and which are not allowed.

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The Government's Colluded Efforts to Install Regimes of Censorship

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

The Government's Colluded Efforts to Install Regimes of Censorship

"Remember when the Biden administration talked about creating a an office to police disinformation there was an uproar, they shot that down. But the project not under that name has proceeded with full steam. And more and more information is coming out to show the extent of collusion between the Biden regime and these supposedly independent and private platforms. Notably, YouTube and Facebook, but also including Twitter prior to the Elon Musk acquisition. Now, there was a very important article in the intercept. The intercept is a kind of left leaning magazine. It was one of the founders was Glenn greenwald, who then left the intercept in part because the intercept was blocking discussion of legitimate issues. But nevertheless, every now and on the intercept surprises you and here they surprise you, they surprise us with a bombshell article, bombshell because of the level of detail that it shows about the collaboration between Biden between the Biden administration and these platforms. I'm just going to touch on a few highlights of it here and then I might go into it subsequently in a more elaborate way. First of all, Facebook and Twitter created a special portal for the government to request takedowns. Now, let's think about this. This is not a case where the government is just sending them an email saying, hey guys, this guy's putting on misinformation ban Alex berenson or banned this guy or let's get rid of Alex Jones. Twitter and Facebook say, all right, we're going to make we're going to make this system easy for you. Here's a special portal. You just get into the portal. You list all the guys you want to be restricted or kicked or kicked off or banned. We'll take a look at it. So from the portal itself, you can't tell who's making the final decision. The Biden people saying do it and Facebook and Twitter just doing it or the Biden people making a recommendation and then Facebook and Twitter comply with it if they want to. But either way, the collusion is fully documented here.

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The Censorship/Free Speech Debate Has Changed

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

The Censorship/Free Speech Debate Has Changed

"With Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter, the whole censorship free speech debate has changed. Why? Because before this, you had the three major platforms, Twitter, YouTube, Google, all together. Creating an across the board censorship system that you couldn't really escape from. And that meant that as a practical matter, honest debate on a whole range of issues, not every issue, but at least a dozen important issues. Climate, the elections, the trans issue, abortion, other issues, stifled. Regulated with penalties for you may say offending the kind of established orthodoxy. Now, that's changed on Twitter. Twitter is now largely a free speech platform. There's a lot more things to be done. Musk has to clean house, happily. I think he's about to fire a quarter of the Twitter workforce, probably more to come. And he needs to remake Twitter in a free speech. Way. So that you've got a staff that is committed to Elon Musk's own vision of free speech. Now the left is trying right away, which is, this is a very predictable move to throw him into a panic. And to basically say free speech is extremely dangerous. Now, before we get to why it's dangerous, let's look at why free speech is good. There are really two reasons to have free speech. The first is we are speaking or language animals you might say, where were the kind of animal that can think and speak and we are social animals and we are political animals. This goes right back to Aristotle, the ethics and the politics. And so it is part of our humanity to be able to speak our mind and speak what we think and speak what we feel. This is part of our essential dignity and our humanity. So free speech allows us to be us.

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Okay, but what if we don't have a lot of time? So maybe if you have a whole series waited with yourself in the series, then you only have 6 hours to watch all of them YouTube videos and stuff like that and then watch. What tune into? Can you repeat the person? What if you have little things you want to watch and you only have 6 hours? And you have to go to sleep and you have school the next day and stuff.

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"To see if it's effective. Yeah. Okay, that would actually be a really nice experiment to test out on everyone else. Okay, so are you ready to go back to the questions, have you? Yeah. Okay, so what is your opinion on YouTube to monetization and safety rules? I think

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

05:40 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Would try to make for somehow like YouTube become more okay for different age more friendly friendly and things like that. Yeah. I feel like they've really been trying because, you know, they've now got things like YouTube shorts. So we are trying to make variety in YouTube. So, no, if you want to watch the short little YouTube video, that's fine. If you want to watch a movie with you in a little bit more subscribe 5 minutes with maybe even an hour good. You know, however long you want to watch a video for they've got it for you. So, you know, that's not cheap, creative. They've got the variety and people, the content, management, how to do

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

07:19 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Channel? Hi. I don't actually know but I guess I for somehow like I don't know because I mean my channel isn't so much an honor I have a little bit of detail and I super happy to eat food. So I don't know I'm not sure but this is my favorite way to handle all my channels. Or maybe I can send some of them in the comments. So do you have like a specific favorite YouTube? Okay, that's all right. Do you have the specific type of visibility or whatever you can watch? Let me just. Give you the micro YouTube also need to. Okay, what's this? Okay, so next question is what is what's your favorite YouTube rewind? You know what YouTube rewind is? For those who do not know what YouTube rewind is, YouTube rewind is basically this yearly. Video YouTube. Close to me. It's nice to meet with many of the YouTubers who have been trending. Throughout the year. They even posted around the end of December or I think January 1st. I'm not sure. You know, sometimes around the end of the year or around that period. And sometimes, of course, winter, you know, that part. July, December and so, you know, I think one of the most disliked videos is actually what we need to rewind in it. And I don't mean like closeness and Chris Rock I'm just like, you know what I think. And so yeah. That is what you need to rewrite and so savio. 'cause me. I don't think I have a specific need to rewind. 'cause like all these everyone, I'm not really a person of MTV one to tax each of us. Stuff like that. Well, I watched them when they come out over. I don't think this came if it doesn't 21,020. So yeah. So what's up? Yeah. Do you have a favorite YouTube one? Is that a YouTuber? So like, yeah, you know, many YouTubers in it that video. So do you mean the paper officially to or made by YouTuber? Official YouTube. I never was officer to be alive. We just have fun at my camera. We never knew. So what do you think makes YouTube creative? I think. So. So, question is, what makes it so cool? I come now, but it goes in the notes sometimes. Okay, so I think that there's so many things, many content creators. There's so many. There's many content creators YouTube. Yeah, so what else do you also think makes you very creative in the way that it is done? I think also because Google buy and Google has one need to make it better. Okay, so how do you think you should listen to them? Can you repeat? How do you think you should try to make? How do you think Google tries to make YouTube better? That now is not really good, but I think maybe they would try to make for somehow like YouTube become more okay for different age more friendly friendly and things like that. Yeah. I feel like they've really been trying because, you know, they've now got things like YouTube shorts. So we are trying to make variety in YouTube. So, no, if you want to watch the short little YouTube video, that's fine. If you want to watch a movie with you in a little bit more subscribe 5 minutes with maybe even an hour good. You know, however long you want to watch a video for they've got it for you. So, you know, that's not cheap, creative. They've got the variety and people, the content, management, how to do things how they run things. It's really good. And all of that, all of that work is what makes YouTube. Okay, so. Yeah. The next question is, what are the advantages of YouTube? I think the advantage of this is that many people with also because of things. It.

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Really really good. Really, really good. Yes. So yeah, what do you think of the best therapy? I don't really know but I think when I join you too, when I start watching YouTube more often when I was full,

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Kids like the things bloody income. So what do you think of partner? I also know if I didn't take it, but it also looks okay and good because yeah. That's this. So let's head on to the next question. Okay, so if YouTube was sold to another company, which company do you think would buy it? I think by now I think Elon Musk would buy a couple of companies.

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"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

MiraStar Podcasts

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on MiraStar Podcasts

"Gamer from unwelcome back to myself forecasts. It's season three episode three of the podcast. And in this episode, I've got you. That's because YouTube and everything you can related. To the study of how are you doing today? Nice. And by the way, guys, Fabio also has his YouTube channel. Tell them what it's called. Yes, it's fire dragon on YouTube. So don't forget to check out his YouTube channel. It is fire dragon. And fire jogging off the space. So yeah, check them out on YouTube. Here's a little guy. He does Minecraft short. He does Minecraft videos. And he has amazing piano music in the background. If you wanted to be on the music. Okay, so let's start off with the first question. Don't stop you. What is your opinion on YouTube? I think also at the end doesn't mean I actually, I think it can be felt because now I think it's changing to the autocrats because they take advantage of search form over the things I always do. I agree. I feel like YouTube has changed and is slowly getting worse and it isn't as good as it was before because I feel like it's like a slope and it's gone down because YouTube was better before deodorant. And so the next question is, if YouTube didn't exist, what platform would you want? I don't talk to people. Because I know it's a long time ago. And the other time is I didn't join until recently. What's the platform called? Okay, switch. So do you enjoy this question? Yeah. I only make a few videos on it, but sometimes I was too much. I do not mean so much time but sometimes I watch them stream. Okay, so what type of streams do you want? My problem. Those months after your favorite game. Yeah. What are your top three favorite games? So much. You need a new video game on my first day. Like all together, like all the games made in the world. Okay, I guess. My profession. Don't go, maybe. Also,

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"youtube" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

The Aloönæ Show

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

"How's life? Oh yeah. Life is good. Great. So have you been up to much? Well, I just came home from a walk. Uphill. Okay. Was it a good walk? Yeah, it was good. I love right next to a rainforest. Oh, nice. So what got you starting making YouTube videos? Well, I always had a.

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"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast

Social Media Marketing Podcast

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast

"Love that. But also, that is a great strategy because if you watch the video, iOS 15 settings that you should turn off, the kind of natural reaction is, okay, now I know what not to do. What do I do? So at the end of that video, you say, all right, now you know what not to do here or what settings to turn off. Here are settings that you should turn on. So that one two punch and YouTube loves like an increased session time. So they'll people will naturally go to that next video. And you've got two 15 minute videos. Next thing you know, you spent 30 on their channel. YouTube is happy. You're happy. YouTube is pushing your video as much as it can because people are spending a lot of time on your channel and that drives the settings that you should turn off. It's fear based, you know, drives a lot of clicks. And then the ease of transition increases the session time. So that's a great move for YouTube channels to pull. Well, and I would imagine these two examples that you just gave are also a curiosity. They trigger that curiosity thing, right? Yep. Do you have any other curiosity examples that you want to throw up? Yeah. Okay. You can challenge assumptions. So if everybody is assuming one thing, you can go against the grain. It's like just a counterintuitive title. So from a channel that teaches YouTube, they made the video, I stopped asking people to subscribe. And that challenges your assumptions, okay, why would you stop asking people to subscribe? Like best practices like that works really well that doesn't make any sense, though that's going to make you click because it doesn't make any sense to you. Wow, everybody's like, don't stop. Don't stop, Jake. This is so good. Learn how web three will impact the future of business with my brand new crypto business podcast. Simply search crypto business in your favorite podcast app.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"Any given person lake did it tends to be the best overall performing content. That's likely to get people to click. Who are like you so if you can get on this page what. I usually tells me that if you're doing really well in home is that youtube has a really good grasp on your who your audiences. You've done a really good job. At making a collection of content that gives them a fairly accurate representation of how. If i can find more people like this. They're definitely going to click. And you've done a great job at honing in on your target audience when you get confused and doesn't know what to where to put your video on the homepage. It's likely is often because you have multi you're serving multiple audiences with the same channel so it's getting a lot of confusing signals from viewers. Where they're only they're clicking on a less percentage of your content so then they might otherwise because they're seeing a lot of videos that don't interest them so yes so let's talk about some of the others but but But what percentage would you say as a hell if you're channels really cooking and it's moving in the right direction. What percentage of your views would come from browse features which home is a subset of how usually don't bog down my to myself too much in percentages. I just like to see that sitting at the number one spot okay. So what overall in your channel. It assuming it's a healthy general channel. What's going to be the second one likely now. My big thing is just as long as home as i spit likely for most channels. You're hoping the second one is suggested because this is going to be other place on the platform where you know you're getting kinda free promotion from others other people's videos which is great and this can be being successful in suggested is actually slightly different than being successful in home. Because you don't have to have a good grasp on your channel as a whole to succeed on suggested. Your video just has to be similar to a lot of other videos that people are watching so it kind of suggested rises and falls at the video level home really depends on you having a good grasp at the channel level if that makes sense so if your video is something that people who watched a certain type of video are likely to want to watch next. It's going to blossom in suggested and and suggested shows up on the right hand column on a web the the watch page which described or if it's on mobile it shows up below those are the suggested.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"Every single youtube video can be run as an ad which means it publicly shows ended an ad in some way and when that shows up and that is viewed those are candid towards the view count of a video and nobody knows except the owner of that video. How many of those views came from paid. And how many came from organic they. Unless you're really like maintain. And i can kind of i can kind of guesstimate from the back end. Yes yes and i will. I will tell you how. I do it in a second malicious. Talk about what a paid view is on on youtube so generally. It's almost always exactly thirty seconds or more if it's a video that's longer than thirty seconds if it's a video that's under thirty seconds of you is when it's played to the end so that's what it is in short on on paid media on youtube. So what is it. Organically s- organically and again. This is a very caveated definition because a youtube will not actually tell you right out exactly their definition of view because it does vary little bed so the rule of thumb is usually. It's probably around thirty seconds but if you have a shorter video or you know there's there's different ways that they might calculate view depending on the type of videos but the rule of thumb you can be pretty sure is that people probably need to get at least thirty seconds into the video before it triggers youtube At click the counter of us. I did not know that in fact i have. I think i've seen view counts on very small videos. Go up just by watching a few seconds of them. But i never really calculate but but the basic thing we're getting at is that it's watching some of it right. You.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"The youtube system. Well i mean it is like they do say like they do take into account whether you're subscribed to a channel like how much is that percentage of the equation versus doing click through testing on you. I think i think fairly small. They might use that as initial indicator and then they're gonna start showing you the channels videos and if you just consistently don't click on a channel at your subscribe to you're probably never gonna see that channel again. Let's go through your your subscriber base. So do we. Yes they take into account but then they're going to your actions will speak louder than your words at the end. You really wanna see more of a channel. Don't ignore it for two months straight well but doesn't isn't there. Another x factor doesn't if i'm subscribing and people like me are subscribing won't the algorithm show even if i don't happen to watch as many videos from this channel won't this tell the algorithm that people like me want to watch this channel or have a favorable outlook on this channel. Will it show it to those a larger group of people who are like me who may not be subscribed. I cannot answer that question. My instinct is. They're probably still looking at your viewing behavior More than the subscription behavior to do like audiences. I do think there's an argument to be made that it might be used as kind of the same thing as the like button lake. That may be a small part of the equation. Where they're like. There's positive sentiment here. Someone had subscribed video. That's like a thumbs up. I wouldn't doubt that. That's being taken into account Again all these things kind of however they get at it they have just found. Whatever the metrics are that of the strongest correlation. Have the strongest our score to indicate that if if someone does this. It means that they're likely to do. I don't know what in our score. But i i've afraid dash. Let's move on really want to talk about so so There's one thing i can tell you. That's probably true about subscribers. And that is that very very. Few people have subscribed without watching a video. And that's absolutely true. They very uncommon use case that they would do that. Yeah so that's a that's an interesting indicator that you know if somebody's subscribed you know you've gotten at least if not a new viewer. A viewer could be a repeat viewer. And if they're subscribing at the level of even greater dane is you know exactly why they subscribed so if you have a video that had a lot of subscribers come in you know that group scrubbers is gonna expect more content just like that and so what would happen if i said. Gosh i really want to get a lot of subscribers. Should i say great. I'm gonna give away this expensive camera. if you subscribe. First of all would that get me. Subscribers second of all is that a good a subscriber and third of all is legal Let's talk that through. So here's the thing with gift ways If you have a video that you put up as a giveaway. Guess he's the only one who typically watches those videos. You're super fans. If you don't know who a person as of some stranger offers to give you something you kind of think. It's a scam so i never found everyone always at some point in a campaign that there is some executive like we should do a good way to get more subscribers than you just. That's not how it psychologically works number one number two if you're bribing someone to subscribe. Who isn't naturally gonna subscribed your point. I just don't think they're going to watch a lot. And that's actually denying you. If you have someone who then youtube psycho you must like this content gonna show you this content you click on it then you to is like oh. This must be bad content or not only true. Let's slow down and repeat that again because that's so important. So are you saying that getting a subscriber for just one based on one video and if they don't like my other content that's bad at it actually hurts your channel overall so so explain second time so it's because remember youtube is testing everything and it's keeping hawkeye in what you do so if you as a viewer watch only one video from channel and then hit subscribe. It's gonna be like okay. There must be interested. They're going to show you another some. No you don't click on it. They're shooting another so now you don't click on and eventually they're going to be like oh. This must not be very content because they never want to click on it. So we're gonna stop showing it to you in probably dow voted for being shown to anyone else who we think is similar to you okay. So so basically and we saw this on other channels that we worked on where they would have very very similar content and they would have won amazing music video and get you know hundreds of thousands of subscribers and then music videos are hard to do so they wouldn't do go back to other content and what would happen. You get you know several thousand views. Even though you have hundreds of thousands of subscribers backless. So so what i learned from that. Is you want to give people what they're subscribing for. Don't them one thing and say in exchange for this we want you to subscribe and then provide them with a whole different thing that that is not what they bargained for exactly. So so what i'm saying here is in. Would you agree that if you're going to do something to get subscribers you really should think this is the type of thing i should do every week or i should just keep to the thing. That's getting the specific number of subscribers. I don't think that makes sense. Yeah you need to make sure that at you're getting subscribers for the right reasons if you're getting them from the wrong reasons that will backfire both from a moral standpoint but just from a practicality if you think you're doing this to grow your channel you really not aren't which gets you to the third point that you were trying to make in this whole thing. Which is even if you wanted to do that. Youtube doesn't want to do that and other dishes. I see people doing giveaways all the time. Why is it against the rules. And how do they get around it. So you took does not have rules against gives you can give do giveaways all day long but will you can onto is pay someone in their view which giveaway be paying someone for doing a certain actions you can't ask them to to be eligible for it. They they can't like subscribe and it's really the subscription that the subscription thing that they're worried about these be worried about likes because there's this whole era where literally there is this theory that is if you get the most like get the most traction the algorithm so like at like craters would just be schilling for likes. It was like making youtube very mad. They're mostly concerned about paying for subscribers. They don't want that they want. They want you subscribe to content that you truly truly like it's a detriment to the platform if you're not so they're fairly aggressive you know. Obviously there's they don't please every once. I'm sure you've seen many examples of people doing this. But you know if you do want to be grow and get bigger eventually. You're going to get on their radar and they're gonna make an example out of you okay. Here's this this is pop full of trick questions for you. This week varying it so great subscribers or a good thing. I found out that. I can buy a thousand subscribers for ten dollars i saw online. Should i do it..

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"youtube" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"Building in any business in the center of venture capital in the newly named indie business studio. I malik segments on the internet. People call me supreme rum ham and this is the building and indie business podcast. Okay let's get into it so today. I'm talking about youtube. So what am i goal. 's for twenty twenty one twenty twenty. One was to improve my youtube videos. Because i felt that I don't i don't optimize my youtube enough. And i think it's something very simple i can do to grow. My following girl might youtube. Subscribers grow my podcast. Subscribers grow my revenue research subscribers. So i felt that twenty twenty one was the perfect time to try and figure that out and so i started to write. So i'm gonna be talking about my issues with youtube and why didn't start doing it The system. i created how i started something. Funny that happened. While i was learning all this about the features top factors for youtube. The description and i actually tried before to optimize youtube videos. And i'm going to be talking about that a little bit okay. So let's get into the issues. I have with optimizing youtube videos They don't let me optimize them while they're being uploaded. So you have to do that after and really when we're talking about lake as a creator on youtube I i don't spend a lot of time there. So i i do use you very often. But i'm watching. I'm not you know looking at my views or something like that. So for me to go back like a day before even three hours after i upload a video it's kinda like it's not in my mind cause youtube is like a secondary thing for me. the focus is my podcasts. So i checked the podcast of every day even like casually just like while. I'm waiting for something for like someone to call me out. I'll go check the podcast stats. But i don't do that for you too so Yeah that's why. I never optimized my videos..

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"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

Social Media Marketing Talk Show

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

"This will work or do you think youtube is still designed. Like if you're not watching it they're just not gonna play the audio. I think that that it's going to hopefully fix some of this. Because paying for you to premium so that it can play in the background where your phone is locked if you will so like if you're driving also youtube premium does allow that. Because i don't. I'm not a premium customer. So you gotta get it means you can listen to long form stuff as podcast. Almost right is what i'm say. Yeah absolutely okay. But the free version doesn't allow that okay. That's a good distinction. I did not understand. Yes so if you couple. That like the youtube premium feature of like when you're listening or it stopping you like all i'm in the drive through or whatever and i want to go back and look at that. Well it's already on the screen. You don't have to dive back into the app in wherever the video is all that extra other stuff okay. Talk about what's changed when you're uploading videos. I guess there's some new capabilities that you can do. All the videos uploaded in the background with editing screens and stuff can you you talk to me a little bit about this so when you are uploading video permissions and some of the different tools and things. That youtube is rolling out has changed so maybe a little bit slower in some respects. But they're trying to speed this up when you're uploading video you now have you titled descriptions and all these different permissions and things like that also like we talked about the create feature in some of these clips. You can opt in or opt out of though. So those permissions are available. You also are now looking at copyright issues. That may come up as well as ad friendliness. And a few other things when you're going through the process before you can even hit publish. It goes to a ton of things now. Well i guess you can add those end screens and info cards and stuff like in the passage..

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"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

Social Media Marketing Talk Show

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

"You're only just swiping up or down or searching. Maybe a hashtag or something some kind of interest that they're pushing to you so now it's a little bit easier for people to get reached if you have a creative team or immediate team is easy for them just captured on their phone or let them create funny inorganic organic moments. Because then that's more or less human activity point instead of like a search based thing. And i think that first part is a little bit easier than just going solely for search which can be a little stressful. If you knew to youtube overall so in other news related to shorts you can somehow take audio clips from existing youtube videos and make them into short semi reading. This right. is that correct. Yes so you should see for like if you are in. I don't know what the requirement is for you to get this. I think something is universally rolling out. But you'll see like a little create icon underneath in your your light in dislike and subscribe and all. That stuff is on the shelf. If you will you'll now see that create button. Will you can now select between. What is it like fifteen seconds that you can actually pick a section of video and kind of use that audio in a youtube short and created so it gives you access to even choose what part of the video that you want from anyone's video or just your channel videos. No it's anyone's video so it doesn't matter what kind of content is education or if it's for fun or whatever you can take that audio or possible couples understand what that could be used for so for marketers in. You're doing this for social media. I think if you have something where you're giving for example a type of example and you're sharing the story you could get creative in having somebody or even somebody else on your team. Recreate that or if someone is even in your space. Recreate that story. And then example..

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"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

Social Media Marketing Talk Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

"And she's hosted the video simplified podcast has been a regular guest on this show. Welcome back diana how you doing today. I'm doing fantastic. Thanks so much for having me here so we've got a lot to talk about first of all youtube. Shorts is rolled out globally for those. That don't know what it is. Why don't you give us a high level on what youtube shorts is. And then i'm going to have a few more questions for you. Sure so youtube. Shorts is a vertical format. Where you are looking at saint portrait style that you would see on your phone. So that what is at nine by sixteen framing and what that is going to do is anywhere from zero to sixty seconds really if you look in about five seconds to be safe sixty seconds you're looking at vertical content and they're wanted create create more content that is just more natural and authentic and really competitor to take talk and instagram reels right so shorts previously was only in a couple of countries maybe a couple dozen maybe more maybe less but now the whole world can do it so before i get into some of the questions. I have specifically about shorts. I know you've created shorts. I know you've created talks. And i also know that you've created reels. 'cause i've seen reels on instagram so for the marketers out there that are listening right now. What's the difference. How is stories uniquely different than these other platforms that you've been created on. Yeah for sure. So the biggest name in this whole competition if you will between the platforms is organic reach. Organic reach is the same thing why you went from being able to just put anything on facebook in getting an extensive amount of reach and a lot of people engaging with your content and now it's kind of like a pay to play whereas now we're in the same space with vertical form content. Where on youtube shorts we are just starting to really see some kind of reach because it was usually long form content whereas on tick-tock. That's all it's been and the reach is very significant in his so much easier to get a lot more organic reach quicker in the.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"They could get a lot of clicks by telling people the things in the video that were not there and then they would drop off after fifteen seconds and be pinged about it rightfully so and then have a bad bad taste not just for the channel but for you to so youtube has sincerely taking it taking it on as a number one priority to prevent that from happening so the best way to kill your youtube career is to click bait so what happens. Let's say i give a deceptive title. That's just super awesome. Title someone clicks on it and and and only watches it for a short period. What does the youtube algorithm do with that information it. Just it's going to sit on your video. Never show it to anyone else again if it is seeing consistently that they serve this video up to people and they come in and they immediately bounce. It's going to tell them that you must be doing something to make them very unhappy. Once they click in and they're not going to serve it up to the rest of the rest of the audience and you have to understand that ninety five percent plus ninety seven ninety eight percent depending on your channel is coming through the love of youtube showing it to people and this includes your subscriber base very little of your subscriber base is encountering your contents the subscriber feed which is the one place that is not controlled by the algorithm. Most of them are still getting it. Served to them on their own bauge. And if you prue that you're being a very very bad person and click baiting even your super fans won't get to see that video after they figure that out after showing it to enough people. Just it's it's going to happen is one of the clearest trends on the platform right so if you if somebody clicks on your video and then stops watching for whatever reason whether deceptive or it's just a boring video or you didn't start fast enough or just not a topic they're interested in..

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