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Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

01:15 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on Rollye James

"Going to later go with wide screen and all of his story Oh yeah The lyrics are so Rupert home Exactly Exactly And so that was the flip a Jennifer tokens Well that came out in 1970 The first thing I did was flip it and play it out of the air Yeah I love it I'd like to find a copy of that Oh I'm sure I'm sure that's on YouTube Yeah the only thing I don't know is how to find things on YouTube but I don't know how to record things off YouTube Whatever little recording program you've got like everything in my world is Mac and so I'll put wave pad on there which is a really cheap little program And then I just I hit record and then I hit play on YouTube and it's going to capture it It can be on the same recorder Same computer It doesn't matter Oh okay Well I'll try I've got a Windows computer but I'm sure I'm sure there is an equivalent but I hate to admit I know windows I do but I know John saying you can download all your yes but I'm not about on the air to explain that So yeah that's why you can but you know I'll leave it to you to figure that out But otherwise you can capture them by recording them Okay Yes We used to have a program We used to use it doesn't work anymore So anyway there are things that will but you know the down and dirty way is just use something like wave pattern There's versions for PCs on that too That's in CH out of Australia And they're a great little program I use them for all sorts of stuff Okay I'll figure something out because I keep finding things I want but I can It's record them It's simple Oh okay And before I let you go I don't remember if I requested this the other night or not But the only one of the few Christmas songs can feel like can stand up and demented ones White Christmas the drifters Yeah I mentioned I think I mentioned that Yes I don't remember whether I did or not I will be I will be happy to drag that out Okay All right so yeah And Fran can't see it but there's a cute little video that's been around for about 25 years now on that version of white Christmas But a good one it is So yeah we'll make an exception to play that 8 8 8 7 6 5 5 9 three 88 88 Raleigh It's slow tonight I'll tell you what And so if you've ever wanted to go on a diatribe on the radio this is your opportunity Why not Otherwise maybe it's the phase of the moon which reminds me we're going to talk about moon phases And because the new moon is coming up yeah And you know about the law of abundance If not we'll review And yeah that reminds me I got to call Marian again to see when she can come and join us 888-876-5593 that's.

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Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

01:43 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "youtube" discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"Importantly, you wouldn't leave your gear behind on a shoot. You fire up the app, the RFID scanner would check and see if everything was within range. And if it was all good, nothing but check marks. Then if you headed for your car and you left something behind, let's say it was within range, but it wasn't in your bag, so it looked like it was actually there. The app would send you an alert and you could quickly go back and get it. You remember that? It was called gear eye. Photographers thought it was such a great idea that it raised a whopping $558,000 U.S.. And here it is now 5 years later. And the vast majority of its backers have yet to receive the product. Heck, some of the backers might even be dead now. Okay, that got a tad bit dark, but still, it's been a half a decade. Just saying, this gear I idea originally called kit sentry in 2015, had the plug pooled by F stop gear when they are going through some issues. After bringing in nearly $30,000 on KickStarter by that point. It was later brought back to KickStarter once again and this time as gear eye raising over $558,000 by 3313 people. That is a whole lot of people that wanted this product. At that time, the company said that products would ship by July of 2017, which is now over four years ago. The company says on its KickStarter page that it had started fulfilling orders, but backers are to this day reporting that they have yet to receive their gear eye. Now this past July, the company posted what seems to be a heartfelt video from CEO, Julia Lerner, talking about the various mistakes that she made along the way and the challenges. And this past November 8th, they posted saying that Android versions of the device would start shipping. Or maybe it's the same darn device, but since there's going to be an iOS app right now, only Android users could use it. Making matters worse, the company posted photos of a couple of customers that it says the first to receive their gear eye devices. That was this past September, by the way. But backers claim that these are probably friends and family of the CEO and have demanded proof that they are indeed backers. It's unclear how many others have the device. And you would think that if they have, that they would have posted about it in the KickStarter comments, and provide proof. But instead, crickets. People have, though, been posting interesting questions in the comment section. Things like, how will gear I know if I'm an Android or iOS user? I mean, after all, if you're sending them out to people who are iOS users, they've got a device. They can't use until the iOS version hits the App Store. So that's pointless. Now, even with all this craziness and uncertainty, the company is accepting pre orders on its website and in recent months has posted marketing videos to its YouTube channel. One might conclude that this is to raise more fun, so they can deliver to customers a product that is now well over four years overdue and hope they catch up. It makes you wonder just how many people are even still enthusiastic about receiving a product that has had so many delays and that they ordered like 5 years ago now. And after all the problems getting to market just how many of them are going to even give this product a chance. Now, for me, I just generally worry about devices that absolutely require an app to work..

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Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last week

Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

"About what is the philosophical and moral theme of Thanksgiving? It's gratitude. Now, I was on Tim pool's live stream over the summer with a left wing YouTuber by the name of vous. It was actually a good discussion. And vous asked me, he said Charlie, what should the goal of education be? And I said the goal should be gratitude. Now I was ridiculed and attacked from the other side from the kind of young self righteous narcissistic YouTube class. I guess gamer people, what would you call these people? I don't know. Not against video games. I'm not a huge fan of them, but if you want to play them in your own time, whatever. So and he said, how could you possibly say the goal is gratitude? Now, I think that there was probably a communication breakdown that they thought that I was saying that the goal of education was learning to say thank you, which is not incorrect. It's just incomplete. No, no, what I was saying is that if you have a citizenry that is unthankful instead of thankful for the nation they live in, then bad politics will follow. Gratitude is necessary to live a happy, full and complete life. When you are thankful, which is hopefully something we're going to be doing the next couple days, you are appreciative and less likely to want to tear down what came before you.

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Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | Last week

Self-Censorship Is the Most Powerful Form of Censorship

"So let's talk first about censorship. So Dennis and prager you did a great job. They're Google lawsuit. They were way ahead of the curve by the way. They tried to warn everyone that Google was going to shut everyone up. And people took them seriously, but not enough people, and then next thing you know, Donald Trump gets kicked off YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, all in one day, and it's kind of, I told you so, right, Dennis, it was one of those things. And we kind of have a separate government that exists in our country, one that we elect and one that is technocratic and one that is headquartered in Silicon Valley and in Menlo Park. So I could get into that form of censorship. I could also talk about the former censorship that exists on college campuses, whether it be the administration or antifa, and all that. But the type of censorship that I think is actually most helpful to talk about is one that every single person in this room participated, which is when we shut ourselves up. Self censorship has become the biggest form and most powerful form of censorship. Now, it's not only we don't shut ourselves up because we always want to, it's largely because we're afraid of the price or the cost associated with speaking up. And a great example of this is when people say Charlie, what can I do? And I asked them, I say, at work or with your Friends, are you allowed to express your political or religious or moral beliefs? And a vast majority of the people that listen to my show say no. I say, well, then you are not free. I said, let's just start there. You know, instead of you running for governor or whatever, what you're all great things and say, why don't you next time at your lunch break, tell the people around you how you view the world like Charlie, I can't do that. I mean, I'll lose my job, I'll be ridiculed. I'll be marked. I'll be smeared. So, of course you will be. So why won't you do it? And that's really the issue, isn't it? And this has been one of the genius moves to the left is that they are able to hold hostage our decadence to use a great word. Our lifestyle our luxury over us. We have a great life here in America and conservatives know they have a great life. And it's actually this very interesting thing. It's this inverse relationship, and I love Dennis thoughts on this. Because conservatives are more thankful to be an American and thankful for what they have. I think we're also more afraid to lose

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'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan. Let's turn Chris to because I want to get the sense from you a world that I don't understand. Let's talk a little bit about media. You have to be cautious. That's why you've created this alter egos and these fantasy stories you tell about certain elections on your YouTube channel. How are you doing, by the way? Are you being throttled are you being demonetized? How are the the Palo Alto big tech overlords treating mister Reagan? I do think some of some of the restrictions have been lifted recently, and I'm not really sure why. But I had this video about let's go brand and you know the let's go Brandon phenomenon. I decided to recap that because it was something that I started to see on Twitter and I follow this stuff kind of closely, so I kind of understood what it was pretty quickly. But I realized most Americans did not understand what let's go Brandon was. They didn't understand where it came from. They didn't understand all the phenomena that went along with it. And I said, okay, let me just do a comprehensive video about the let's go Brandon movement. And I did this video and it's up to, I think, almost 400,000 views now. So we're doing pretty good. Yeah, that one just really blew up. That was I think a lot of people were curious. Like, I don't understand this. Let's go Brandon thing. So my video, I think is the number one, let's go brand and video on YouTube. That's not like a music video. You know, there's all these songs that have come out. And then I was able to interview this guy, loser, Alexander, who you should have on your show by the way. Great guys. Yes, yes, yes, yes. His song went number one on iTunes, right? He had the song the hook is, you know what they say in hoe. That's the hook of the song. It's a great song. It's like it's very catchy. Most of America just fell in love with this song, and then Bryson gray came out with a song that got actually banned on YouTube because he mentioned COVID pandemic stuff. And so his song then went number one. We've had some on this show. He's great. He's great. He's a great guy. He's a great, but I think part of the success of his version was people thinking they were buying lows version and they bought his version instead. And so his so Lowe's is a little bit irritated. He's like, what is going on? I mean, they're both good songs. They're both good songs, or like I can say anything bad about either of them, but so I got loser on the show and because he's out here in LA. And he's a really good guy. You know, he's a strong Christian. He's a good guy. And strong conservative Trump supporter and just really cool song and a lot of fun. Anyway, so some of my videos have been doing pretty well. Others struggle a little bit, but then, you know, they're not all

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:29 min | Last month

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"Now i in look this is. It's a very strong thing. That personal connection so it is a balance i think defined of lake. It doesn't help you. If you ninety eight percent of your videos all roll you like you have to use it. Strategically you need to switch. Between getting that intimate. I contact and feeling we're having conversation but then putting in the moments of bureau which will then make them refocus on us to the next time your face shows up there. They're actually kind of seeing the so. Let's talk about the kind of role we talked about. My alexa was going off. Oh alexa by a new car. When a great you just elected orders car but yes balance it out. Find that the times when be role makes sense and find the times when the intimate contact makes sense. So let's so. Let's talk about the types of b-roll any length of time in the you know. How long should you go so What we do and again. This is just our little for our little tutorials and what we recommend to people is that we start the the channel by talking for two seconds and we keep talking but then we roll b role for about five to seven seconds. That tells you what's coming up. So it's a preview b roll so this sort of reassures you that you clicked on the right thing and gives you an idea of what you're going to see. I dunno dane. This is going to become even more importance in coming weeks. Months years as youtube keeps rolling out its feature where it starting to auto play videos with. Sound off underneath thumbnails. Currently it's only a mobile rumor. Has it probably will end up on desktop. Well so then if you think about it like just doing a talking head like intro. The problem there is. Do i know what. I'm getting and lent unless i read the captions now. But if you have some b. roll. Their that illustrates with videos about that is more likely to get you. The click is my instinct on how things will pan out over the next coming days months years. So i've talked about a little bit about the instructions and and also like if you're talking and you're and you're showing you come to like a particular feature in a screen share and it's you just sort of holding on that screen for a long time. Bring back your face to talk about what that thing is. Don't just show like a non moving screen capture. Just not add interesting now but you can do pretty long. When you're doing tutorials you can you can do a lot of stuff just wedge all the screen chairs right in the middle because that's really helpful and people like it and you can come on in the beginning at the end you can also come out in the middle to prove really emphasize a point..

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:58 min | Last month

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"That are very much into like the techie how to space those are usually the highest retention moments in the video. A suggestion if you are in that kind of space in doing that type of content you know. Be careful about how much time you spend with like just on full screen like if you can like especially because you gotta understand. Most people are watching this on mobile. So if you can if you have software that controls allows you to zoom in on part of the screen. I would highly recommend doing that because of it's literally. Just wait way back here. There's a little pointer moving around. It can be very hard for You know people to kind of follow along with what's going on if they're there on the screen that is this size right. Yeah and that's what we really really encourage. And that's actually a big problem with folks who are making Screen shares of software for youtube is of course the developer has often a very big screen. And they say they're making a video and they say to the developer. A customer service person. Okay just record these screens here and go forward like that and we tell them not to do that because what happens is that it's just too big and you know what happens you can look at the analytics and you can see that. Their analytics are off kilter by device. So mobile should be your number one source and if you see desktop or even tv sometimes as a higher source than mobile it means not doing the screen share right because what we do just as an example. I make sure. I start by doing recording on a laptop meaning it can only be the resolution can only be so so high to begin with and then i use unimak the command plus button which changes browser dimensions. So it actually zooms in like a magnifying glass. And i do that a couple of times so it may be it's One hundred and twenty five percent and then when we go to the recording we insist that the editor.

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McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | Last month

McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

"So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden

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Twitter posts Q3 net loss due to lawsuit settlement

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Twitter posts Q3 net loss due to lawsuit settlement

"There are mixed results from quarterly earnings from Google and Twitter digital ad spending a Google drove its parent company alphabet's profits up sixty eight percent in the third quarter Google is the world's dominant search engine it owns the biggest mobile operating system and android and runs YouTube according to eMarketer Google holds twenty nine percent of the global four hundred fifty five billion dollar digital ad market Twitter posted a net loss mainly because of a lawsuit settlement but its revenue rose sharply in the third quarter boosted by solid ad sales worldwide Twitter says it has two hundred eleven million daily active users on average in the third quarter up thirteen percent from a year earlier I'm a Donahue

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Senator: YouTube, TikTok, Snap offering only small changes

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Senator: YouTube, TikTok, Snap offering only small changes

"The influence of you too tick tock it's Snapchat on kids was the subject of a hearing on Capitol Hill today democratic senator Richard Blumenthal heads the Senate subcommittee which recently heard from a Facebook data scientists this time around they're focusing on how young people are affected in his office created a YouTube account for eighteen to find out we watched a few videos about extreme dieting and eating disorders they were easy to find YouTube's recommendation algorithm began to promote extreme dieting and eating disorder videos each time we open the app Jennifer stout is the vice president of global public policy at Snapchat I have tremendous respect for this institution and the work that you are doing to ensure that young people are having safe and healthy online experiences I Shelley Adler

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Messages & Methods: Livecast Life 2.0

00:41 sec | Last month

We went to Scottsdale, Arizona for the She Podcasts Live 2021 Conference! - burst 18

"If you want to stand out in one of these events make sure you put on a piece of clothing. So the first thing that she had was this. I don't know what is that a dragon mascot is no. It's just a smiley face. Winky kind of a winky smiley face our Like it's chuckling. And then she had a king's dies. I don't want to call it a purse. It was a bag. Just seems tote bag a tote bag but it was completely rhinestone covered. And i can't tell you how many people would say oh. Let me take your fijian's seek sequence right. And then she was wearing hass. She brought all these hats with her that she would wear and it literally worked people would come up and introduce

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YouTube Censors Steven Crowder Over Trans Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:35 min | Last month

YouTube Censors Steven Crowder Over Trans Show

"You're one of those guys Listen Steve Steven you know better than anyone Sadly there were a lot of fakers in the movement You know that I mean I wish we didn't You're not one of them Like you're one of these guys who I mean for decades now and I'm not kidding I'm not exaggerating You've been flipping the double barreled middle finger to the cancel specialist saying bring it on I'm just not gonna do it I mean I admire your stance It would sponsors and everything the way you've handled yourself And YouTube is now gone after you again because we all know their communist Tell us what happened now because this is like the third or fourth time I've discussed this with you and people in your circle about YouTube attacking you because there's so intimidated by your content Well I had you and thank you for the truth is they just found a way I don't know if they're intimidated by me so much as they're annoyed But yeah you know it was currently suspended from YouTube And a lot of people are saying well okay this is just because there are a lot of like you're saying fakers sort of right wing drama queens who look to be suspended and I don't I don't want to be banned I've had many many many many conversations with YouTube And I said look you guys let me know the rules of your sandbox and we'll play in the but then they keep changing the rules And that's why we have mud club you know we're here at the blaze where we do things that we say things that we could never say on YouTube So we do an extra full hour of the show But this recent one was look we were doing a story And I need to set some context here So the story about in California prisons the record number of transgender inmates being allowed in female prisons And a woman who was pregnant now they're women getting pregnant in California prisons So the way I covered the story was I did all the math you know like a beautiful mind a mathematical equation and came to the only logical conclusion so immaculate conception The whole joke was that I couldn't actually acknowledge a biological difference And then there was a sketch where the angel Gabriel who was played by Alex Jones was letting Mary know that she would be born a son and she said a virgin birth And it was no you're actually going to be sexually assaulted by your cellmates And that was the joke So the whole joke was and there's a carve out for comedy on YouTube that we're not allowed to acknowledge the biological differences And we're not even allowed to discuss this story Here's the thing The strike came down from YouTube and this is what matters for everyone out there particularly parents who want to protect their daughters And they said you can be involved and this is from there by the way they're hourly attorneys So I find some cells in the fact that they had to pay a couple of $1000 to write out the letter to me And you said incitement to violence of course which have never done hate speech well whatever that doesn't mean anything But then the language in there was or indicating that transgender individual individuals could pose a rate threat to

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Dan Bongino to Cumulus: Cancel My Radio Show or End Your Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

02:55 min | Last month

Dan Bongino to Cumulus: Cancel My Radio Show or End Your Vaccine Mandate

"I don't do PR stunts and too old for that We're gonna be 47 You know I've got two kids and a wife and a couple careers under my belt Involved in a lot of businesses and a lot of things And joy you know my life it's a good life But I'm not here for PR stunts or any crap like that There was a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes for a long time I don't share on the air because I promise people I wouldn't and I don't violate my word But if you think what happened yesterday was something new that just won itself out of thin air You'd be incorrect There's a lot of fights I engage in behind the scenes I don't make them public because I don't want them to appear to be public relations ploys or anything like that However I felt in light of some people being let go and move around in different jobs that it was time to make the fight public So if the show disappears from the air you know why So let's grab that That was one of the leftist hits yesterday Why do I address these things You know I get it We're all sane We don't you know pay much attention to these idiots because I think it's important you understand it as well Second this is not some contract thing Jim how many weeks have we been on the air Is this 21 weeks 22 okay As I joked in the podcast this morning it's not a contract thing No one in radio I know of signs a 23 week contract The show was not the only way off the air next week Next year next Wednesday show is done It was a 23 and a half week contract for those of you in the radio business or those in any business You could probably figure out that this contract had absolutely nothing to do with it This was again a matter of principle I know left this you have a hard time understanding that That's why you're left this because you have no dignity or principles We all get that We understand that about you You'll never understand the idea of us and standing behind principles We get that because you just don't have them Can't understand what you don't know It's like trying to teach a dog physics Trying to teach the left about principles is trying to teach Lucy my dog F equals MA She's not going to get it It doesn't matter how many times you play or a Khan Academy tape okay Or a YouTube video It's not going to happen So yes it had nothing to do with the contract Third It doesn't have anything to do with my vaccine status I have been public repeatedly about my vaccines That is you know that I am undergoing a battle with a disease right now that you know we'll get some updates on soon And that's just what I chose to do But that's the whole point He left the stone understand that either How could a guy who was vaccinated be going to war for people who aren't don't want to or have natural immunity Again leftist I'm not expecting you to understand that You don't have any dignity or

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Dan and Mark Meadows Know How to Thwart Cancel Culture

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | Last month

Dan and Mark Meadows Know How to Thwart Cancel Culture

"We're talking to Mark Meadows former chief of staff to president Trump former congressman from North Carolina is an upcoming book called the chiefs chief check it out available on pre order and don't worry So I'm not going to let them cancel here We're going to have you back in the day the book's release or that week I am if they cancel you in one spot we'll just push it to another spot for sales It's just a beach ball underwater So don't worry about that There's no chance That means a lot And honestly the publishers Dan you get this The publishers I went with actually had been canceled from two of the biggest publishing houses Kate hartson Luis Burke Simon Schuster and another well-known publisher had been canceled And that's why I went with them We're not going to let the left win So with Friends like you I can't help but succeed Yeah I mean listen anything they cancel I just create an alternate tech platform I mean they tried to cancel us by demonetizing us on YouTube I got involved with rumble you know they booted us with Twitter I went over to parler that I heard people get canceled for books I started a book publishing thing So I put my money where my mouth is I don't know what that surprised me a bit So thank you for being a friend to the conservative movement

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YouTube Keeps Trying to Shut Us Down

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

YouTube Keeps Trying to Shut Us Down

"But YouTube twice now has shut us down. They've banned Sebastian gorka for life. Doctor gorka, former Trump administration official, terrific radio host. Great writer, great voice. Solid conservative YouTube banned him. Forever. Now, what are his crimes? I guess they're the same crimes we had. We played a Trump cut a few weeks ago. They talked about election integrity. Can't do that. YouTube doesn't tolerate that. They took us down, said we were guilty of election misinformation. Before that, we played the clip months ago of an Atlanta school board mom, railing against the mask mandate. All we did was play the clip. YouTube took us down. We were guilty of COVID mission. They don't tolerate any other point of view. And it's sickening, but it's a tough position to be in because as our company is pouring money and investing into this TV product, which we think looks pretty good. Check it out for yourself. Go to Mike online dot com to watch the stream or rumble? I prefer you're gonna rumble because I like seeing an alternative to YouTube. So watch the show on rumble. But YouTube is short of whether we like or not kind of part of the package.

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YouTube Reverses Ban of GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | Last month

YouTube Reverses Ban of GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent

"I want to welcome to the show Also pretty intense guy good guy Joe Kent running for Congress in the fantastic beautiful state of Washington in the third district Joe welcome to the show Hey Dan thanks so much for having me on Of course so Joe I've seen you on cable news often I've been dying to get you on as we want to focus in the midterm elections on good candidates around the country and we feel it's our responsibility to use this platform to highlight them I mean the same things were done for me So we saw you and I'm like we gotta get this joke Anthony And one of the things that reminded me to get you on the show was you would put out you had a YouTube channel which you know any sensible candidate would you want all platforms Get your material on And YouTube decided to come after you because you are a truth teller And what are they ban your account to strike you at what happened there Yeah we had a couple days of back and forth with YouTube So we woke up one morning just uploaded some content and found that our whole channel had been deleted and we got the email I posted the screenshot of that said that we had violated their community terms of service They didn't give us any specific incident We appealed kind of went back and forth in a couple of days later We got our channel reinstated They stated that because of appearances I had on Steve Bannon's show in particular that they had taken down some of my videos and that was one strike against me So a couple of days later something similar happened to Terry Schilling of the American family's project that cited his appearance as Steve Bannon as well So there's some sort of a theme there

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Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | Last month

Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video

"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.

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Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | 2 months ago

Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge

"I can't really stressing enough. Anyone can participate in the mystery. Box film challenge you. Don't have to be in scranton wilkes-barre you don't have to be in northeast. Pennsylvania you can be anywhere in participate. We've made it so we've made it really streamlined. Like keeping announcing the items online. And that's because of the pandemic it's like okay if you wanna do a challenge during a pandemic how we're gonna do this like we don't want to give out physical boxes and it's really not that conducive if you want to grow it so announcing the items was the best way to do it and it's it's really easy to it's just like people just have to go find the items if they have them in their house or they had the borrow him or if you wanna buy 'em yourself that's that's a really good we do. We're on facebook on instagram. We'll have a facebook group so you could talk to people this where we usually put the list of the requirements items prompts on. There's usually a document i to facebook page on the facebook group in the video is always there when we announced but this is the first year that the mystery box film challenge is on film freeway. That was a decision that i made that phone. Freeways really the premier place to find film festivals film challenges and i wanted just to get more is on the challenge because last year had lake. We had i think twenty one sign ups and we got twelve films back so usually are ratio is lake. We get a lot of sign ups in usually we get about half of them to submit a film which was amazing during a pandemic all types of films different genres like first time filmmakers season professionals to it's it's everybody you can do it. You can totally participate in this challenge. It's so much fun. And it's just a great way to connect with people in network with filmmakers in your area and asking for help and we're always here he always email us if you need help or have any questions but yeah all our items in prompts and requirements and specifications are on our film freeway page. If you searched the mystery box challenge on film freeway and like i said before you have two months to make film they need to be wanna ten minutes in laying that includes your credit entitles. They can't go beyond ten minutes Ill should align with the pg thirteen rating. We don't allow our crm teen films. These are short films are not gonna be feature films. So it's pretty good for that. And then you have your technical specifications as well and we do the emission on phil freeway as well. We used to have people email us. They're finish phones but we're not doing that. Everything is going to be through film freeway We do have a submission fee this year all past years. The film challenge has been free but with Just doing the challenge. It's a lot of it's like. We want to do a lot. More marketing in the marketing costs money. And we want to give her filmmaker swag like shirts and stickers and It better prizes in that costs money so like we have a regular deadlines mission is five dollars and then we have a late deadline for this year. So regular deadline for this year's film challenges november tenth. You still have time You can do a filming day you can edit and day and do whatever and are late. Deadline is november thirtieth and that will be a ten dollar fee early We kind of Wanted to do the challenge between like late summer and fall on we try to pretty close to one the northeast. Pennsylvania film festival has a festival. The festival usually is in march But it's just a pain the butt film in the winter. that can't be done. It's just a pain in the butt to film in the winter so we had the challenge earlier this year so it was. We kicked it off on september first skinner complete in the end of november to give people that end of summer fall timeframe which is still pretty nice to film. It's actually unseasonably warm now. Still which is awesome northeast pennsylvania. So i hope everyone can participate in the film challenge. It's a really great challenge to be creative and to just get yourself out there and start making films it's a real catalyst for people on lake like this is like if you wanna skies the limit if you want to do any type of film you want and have all the requirements inc for the challenge. I wanted to participate in the challenge. One year i actually wrote my script. And i just couldn't get anyone to get enough pete. I couldn't get a crew and actors together to do it. But i was like i'm going to keep the script and i'm gonna keep working on it and i'm gonna eventually produce it so i wrote a script. Siro my script for the mystery box challenge. This call fallout. And so i kept working on it and working on the script editing. I had my colleagues rita the detailer with me at lunch. They gave me feedback. So i just kept the script that i wrote for the mystery box kept working working working at and i gave it to my friend bridget. She edited it for me. Give me feedback. I kept ending it in editing. It got to a point where i thought it was good. And i just didn't then the pandemic again the pandemic hits and i just haven't i have not produced the film yet but i do want to. It's not really conducive to film during the pandemic. Because it's all takes place in a basement so really. The premise of fallout is. There's a group of friends who are hunkering down for an impending nuclear attack. While one of their friends is outside could be dead could not be dead Who knows and they're really freaked out in steph happens in. I don't want to give too much away. But i decided to submit that script to a couple screenplay competitions recently on film freeway in. It's gotten right now. It's gotten six official selections for six different vessels which is pretty awesome Just to get it out there in get it recognized which is pretty cool and it's like all right. This is really something. So i really want to film this. But it's like don't have. It's a catalyst. The mystery box film challenges are really creative. way to really get into filmmaking. Answer really start making something i i mean. I find a lot of people even myself included you. Stop yourself sometimes. If you wanna make film you stop yourself. It's like even. I wanna participate this year. Even though i'm the organizer. I still want to participate in writing my scripts and like i know what i to ride. And it's like okay. Who am i gonna get. Who is like the crew and stuff like that and making it simple so we can get it done in a day and i can edit it on time and get it in. So it's it's in own if you don't end up if you write something you end up not making it to the deadline to keep your script and keep reworking it. I mean you know. They asked for help. Get your parents involved. If the if you need to be can't find anyone you know you don't need to have a professional camera you can. Have someone help you edit or you can try editing yourself. I mean it's just anyone can participate. So i hope you guys Take some time to go to our website. The mystery box film challenge go to our film freeway page. Take a look at the list of items and problems in specifications and requirements and see if he can get a film. We would love to see your film. And you'll get them will be the premier's gonna be at the northeast pennsylvania film festival. We don't know what they yet. Um that'll come close when it gets to march but I'm so glad you guys can join me to for the une boxing. The mystery box film challenge. And i hope you guys participate. If you have any questions you can email the mystery box. Film challenge mystery box any p. Mail dot com. The mystery box challenge is on facebook. Instagram follow us. And we're also on youtube where you can find pass emissions to get some inspiration They're really talented. People who cemented in any type of person. Like if you're just new to filmmaking you for professional like everyone's got some great stuff and it's on youtube for everyone to look at so thank you guys so much for joining us for our scranton talks podcasts. About the mystery box film challenge. To go and participate. There is still time. We're on the halfway point so so go on our phone. Freeway patients admit to our film challenge. It's gonna be awesome. I can't wait to see you guys. And i hope if you do submit You get to join us at the film festival for the premiere of the films in copa. Get to meet you. That'd be great and get to network with other filmmakers as well in scranton So the the film festival usually happens downtown. Scranton in pennsylvania so i hope you guys can participate. Thank you so much for joining us for grand talks podcast. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest episodes. We upload episodes once a month Be sure to check out our facebook instagram. like i said again and we do our scranton. Talks live on facebook and on electric city television. If your local once a month our next Interview is gonna be on october. Nineteenth live on our facebook page on the independent film creative hub. Electric television will be talking with bridget. Lamonica she's a local filmmaker from northeast pennsylvania. Who actually is living and working in atlanta now. So we'll be talking to her about her projects what she's been doing Like working in the film industry. She's fully in the film industry a freelance basis working atlanta. So we'll be talking with her on october nineteenth at seven fifteen pm so i hope you can join us for that and thank you once again for joining us on this episode of scranton talks Be sure to check out the independent film creative. A website at www dot com are creative dot com where you can check a directory of pete filmmakers. Who are on there if you need any help finding actors and crew. That's the place to go for the with. You're looking for your crew for your mystery. Buxom challenge in. It's free to sign up so you can make your own directory on there so go there and check it out. Thank you guys so much again. Be sure to tell all your friends about scranton talks. Podcasts can't wait to hear from you on the next episode.

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Steve Deace Is Giving You the Scientific Data to Fight Vaccine Pushers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Steve Deace Is Giving You the Scientific Data to Fight Vaccine Pushers

"Us today. Steve dais author a faustian bargain. A great book that i have a lot. I want to pick his brain on. But steve welcome back to the kirk show. It's a pleasure to be back with you. Charlie and again congrats on your success by their happy for thank you thank you very much and you have a new chapter to your vouch. Ian book some would call it a booster shot. Is that right yes. It's called faustian. Ian booster and it just came out Yesterday in fact and the goal is to help equip people to push back on vaccine mandates. We go into a lot of data. We look at this strictly from a medical ethics in a scientific ethical perspective. Because we don't frankly think that the people making these decisions will be moved by constitutionality at all. They do the constitution. Something to a race run over undo so we try to appeal to something more hippocratic more directly judeo christian. We appealed to the nuremberg code. Which came out after world. War two in response to Using humans as test subjects to try to reset. What he you know. Medical and scientific experimental ethics look like and a lot of the data that we use charlie. I thought it was funny. I had some Spirit of the age lefties combat me on twitter this morning wondering if i had quoted a bunch of people that had just been baying on youtube now that that means anything anymore but a lot of these names. I'd never even heard of no. I didn't quote any of them. I actually use almost exclusively. Cdc in who data in this chapter so it's available right now for digital download. It's only a couple of bucks. I'm gonna make like forty cents a copy. This is really just about getting this information to people as many as we can to push back on these vaccine

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The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

The Real Reason Katie Hopkins Was Banned From Twitter

"I'm talking to katie hopkins katie. You're british journalist. You're the most banned woman on the planet. I was asking you earlier. What is it. I want you to be honest. Because if are asking this to anne coulter who's a dear friend she would never admit it's kinda like donald trump would never admit like yes. Maybe i shouldn't have said this. She doubles down. My guess is you're probably similar that you wouldn't say yeah. Maybe i shouldn't have said. I think it's similar that the differences i would say people always say oh. What was it that banned from. Just pick something twitter and you can't answer it because it isn't one thing because there's never a thing it's just that your voice becomes too powerful. Your audience becomes too big so at the point that i had my own column on met online. I was on tucker three or four times a week. I had my own radio show. You become too big okay. To tell the truth. This is beautiful. This is beautiful. Because i was wondering i was saying you on the break. I was this program. Which is i would think pretty anodyne. This is not like we're not fire-breathing you know and we were completely wiped off of youtube like just two hundred twenty thousand subscribers which is not monstrous but for us it's extraordinary and just completely wiped out the whole show and i think the final straw was we. We had naomi wolf on. She's was talking about vaccine passports. And i thought naomi wolf is a feminist. She's very liberal. She was in my class at yale. Just completely different in most ways but on this an amazing. She's been a hero because of that. I mean that was the final score but they had other reasons. But you said you think that the real calculation they're making is that you scare them become too. It isn't ever people will say. Why did they take off youtube. And actually i want to say it's an ignorant question but it's not the right question because the only answer is you become too big and your voice becomes to heard of things you're simply not allowed to

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YouTube Bans Robert F. Kennedy Jr. For Anti-Vaccine Content

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 2 months ago

YouTube Bans Robert F. Kennedy Jr. For Anti-Vaccine Content

"It's wild to look around and see what's happening in the world. See that we're firing people who don't want to get the vaccine. But of course we're letting thousands of illegals into america were seen youtube ban. Anybody who posts videos the dare question. The efficacy of the vaccine in fact robert f kennedy junior. Who's a prominent anti vaccine. He has an organization called the children's health defence fund. He has always been an outspoken opponent of vaccines and the covert vaccine. Evidently is it any different will. Youtube has banned him completely from from their platform their brand banning a number of prominent anti vaxxers from the site including kennedy's they'll delete all content that suggests approved vaccines are harmful or don't work youtube announced yesterday. They sent out a blog post. So they're cracking down on content that falsely claims vaccines can cause chronic health effects. It's also targeting content that includes mission formation on the contents of other vaccines. You know we experienced this here. At team gallagher. Last year we posted a video on youtube of a mother at a school board meeting and atlanta. Who was railing against making her kid. Get a vaccine. It was on the news. We we just played a fox news clip. And that's all it was. They took us down and accused the mike gallagher show of disseminating vaccine misinformation.

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Facebook hits pause on Instagram Kids as concern mounts over impact on youths

This Week In Google

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Facebook hits pause on Instagram Kids as concern mounts over impact on youths

"Atta massery found the head of face. facebook instagram instagram. Said that we are going to pause the development of instagram for kids and why they ever started that. It's it's just indicative of not reading the room. Yeah the idea. Of course a coppa The child online protection and privacy act prevents kids companies from gathering data on kids under thirteen Which really hampers facebook so In theory fa- kids under thirteen. Can't join instagram or facebook. So they were gonna make an instagram kids for kids under thirteen. Which one can argue. I'm not gonna argue. One could argue that knowing that that's happened anyway. It's wiser to create a place that is going to be safer however what looks like instead expectation young people. And it's just. I think you know i think what facebook would do is design it so that it doesn't collect data but that's not the only hazard go ahead. I'm sorry stacey no it's not just well. They designers so they don't collect data. How can they market to the children and they really wanna make money. I mean there's a if you are a company like facebook or even koogle. There's no value in marketing to kids. Because you can't sell their information which is your business

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"I do it on the right okay because i think that most people who are on desktop now youtube is not really a desktop platform anymore. It's really almost all mobile. But particularly in business people are still using desktops and what people used to do was they used to scroll on the right and so my thinking is that your mouse is likely to be more on the right than on the left. And so that's why. I put it there because it's closer to where your mouth is going to be and and or reading left to right and so you put into this. This is amazing..

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"Forgot my nickname for you. It's the secret agent of youtube analytics. I think it was wasn't it. I have no idea. But i like it. I accept it and the appalachian. So how did you get to be such a secret. Agent of v two benelux. You know because surprisingly in the early days of the youtube industry. Nobody else wanted to do it. Oh surprise and i was just like that looks really cool and really on. And there's a limited amount of people on this earth to see a spreadsheet and be like. That's a fun. Friday afternoon activity and that happens to be me so i just kinda ran out embraced. It came from a television production background before that so is able to kind of marry. The two sides of having a lot of knowledge of how video works and then being able to pair it with the who. I want to actually look at the numbers and see how that relates and i. It is gonna melded this beautiful beautiful career and in youtube strategy. And and what i love about youtube analytics as i've said before is that it's not really numbers it's viewers there's a person an actual breathing human being watching each of these videos and taking an action and that's what the amazing youtube analytics enables us to do. Unlike any other social platform or any other video platform in history youtube gives you this insider info into what your viewers are doing. And i just marvel at that. I it's a geeky thing. But i think it's just amazing to see what people do it. It's a glimpse into the human mind which is just mind boggling to me like if you just look you know thirty years ago what we could do. You know like you could kinda maybe have a little bit of sample data right like you'd you'd sample a couple people and then extrapolate out to a large number of people which done scientifically appropriately is is very effective. But it's nothing like.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"For influencers for big time creators. Where you know. Just they are just so compelled by what you say. But it's not the actual individual facts of what you say are not so important. We've seen tons of people not do any manual captions at all. Do very very well on the other hand if you're a small business or a business with less than ten thousand subscribers and you're trying to get traction and you also may have people either Not finding your videos or maybe who are international manual. Captions is just the most mandatory thing. And actually there's another thing so but but as far as manual captions what it does when you get them. Annually translated or transcribed is that the actual youtube translation feature feature and it's indexing in other countries actually works a ton better because it's translating equality Source yeah but i actually one of the reasons. I actually have them manually transcribed. Is that when. I'm optimizing of a group of videos about and i don't have time to watch a twenty minute video. Yeah to know what it's about And no one's no one ever gives you a script in these things. No one ever takes the time to write us. You have to sort of get a script. Essentially though. Can i give you a really cool roof. Hack around if you do have a script that many times so if you do happen have script may be especially with business content. You might you know you might have been reading off. A teleprompter need. Do have a script. My favorite thing to do. And this is a very powerful tool that youtube. And i use it for other platforms to literally dissolve. It'd youtube get the captions and download it for another platform. It's terrible it's great but you can literally take that script copy and paste it into the captions like editor in youtube and it will sink it for you. So you have the exact script and it's gonna find the words and even if say you said excellent instead of amazing when you actually.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"You don't deny it to them just because you're worried about youtube getting a little. You know sore that you're sending people off platform now. If it's just a lot of spammy stuff you're really just trying to make money off. Your audience may be double think that your audience is isn't gonna like it. Youtube isn't going to like it like in. There is a confluence of both. There's plenty things that you can get your audience to buy or do that. They will love doing for you. You just gotta find that kind of mix of things right. This is also another great place to make sure you're shouting out your guests. You're in the video with you. Yes so but but let's go back to the links for a second so youtube is said again and again. Well maybe tips number said it but people who do you to optimization of set again and again and again that if you are what's called an ending session video meaning you're the last video. Somebody goes to on youtube before they leave the platform for that session. That reflects on your video poorly. So why should i put all these links in there. If that's actually going to get people to leave the video and leave my channel. How do you decide how to weigh that again as you say. It's a balancing act. You need to make sure that what you're asking them to do is of such value to you or your audience. Said it's gonna make up for it so what's valued you may begin something where they're going to purchase. You may way that and be like yes. I'll take a little bit of a hit for the purchase from the audience perspective. If it's giving them something that the audience is really going to need like a recipe. Likely the loyalty that brings from them making that effort to go to that recipe and say see. Our website will translate them into being more likely to click on another thumbnail of years later on so is going to kind of mitigate that it's one of the.

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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

05:40 min | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 4 months 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 Social Media Marketing Talk Show

Social Media Marketing Talk Show

02:55 min | 4 months 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

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

"That were unique. Funny just couldn't expect those spontaneous moments. The gaming community has so many more instances of that and so they can test it and test it very aggressively and that is going to benefit a so if you have a thousand subscribers more than they have access to clips right now and of course. They're going to roll this out globally. But it's gonna take some time so it's still kind of in a beta esque format right now so when you say share do we mean like sharing it on twitter and facebook and stuff like that. Is that kind of what we're talking about. 'cause like i'm thinking. Where are they going to share this. That's the first question right. Yeah so it's and that's a very interesting dynamic. Because i haven't found really where the you can't embed it but it's still again. This is still in development when you click the share link you can't hear it to other platforms similar to how you can regularly share a regular youtube video. However it's only going to share that small section of that video and when you click on that that person that's creating the clip can put what the title is in a little detail so it comes up it's own whole little thing and then the rest of the other videos that's either before or after that clip is kind of a great out and and then when the viewer finishes that specific clip that five to sixty seconds. They can decide if they want to continue watching that regular video so you can share this instagram. You can show this to you know Twitter and make a tweet from it and that person can click come back to the video like normal and they're good to go and i really liked that honestly one of our live years lincoln is asking. Can you do this and other people's videos or only your own videos l..

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"youtube" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show

Social Media Marketing Talk Show

05:18 min | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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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"youtube" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

04:20 min | 4 months 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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"youtube" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Over the past several years the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners sales professionals business leaders of all kinds and that is really because of the guests. These are people who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me to share their expertise with all of you that way. You can get the answers you need. You can <hes>. Find out who's out there who's really talented and good at what they do. See connect with them. See what books worksheets. You name it. There there's all sorts of good coming out of this hide. Cast instate is no different. I guess today is jeff davis. Jeff is the founder and ceo of maglio inc. A venture backed creative and media analytics agency famous for building brands on youtube with capabilities to also originate co create and validate new brands. Thanks so much for joining me today jess and it's a pleasure to be with you. It is a pleasure to have you here. And we're gonna be talking about youtube which i have to tell you is such an interesting topic for me because it's one of those things that i play with but i'm not really sure that i am doing what i could be doing to really maximize it so while i know the listeners of this i'm looking forward to getting a lot out of it as how fun. Yeah the one thing that <hes>. Is been you know since my departure from procter and gamble. We spent more than a decade now on the youtube platform. So it's it's kind of ironic that it's been you know at that platform. You launched in in two thousand six is now quite an old platform. I honestly but still one that i think has major impact for how you create awareness and trump for products. So i look forward to talk to you. Yeah definitely and and you know what everyone says is video is the thing and so while youtube has been around it and my understanding. Is that for the longest time. Youtube has been like the second most searched site on the internet after google. That's correct that's that is still a factor that the second most used search engine people don't get that is youtube behind of course google and all of owned by google <hes>. And so what. I like to say if you don't have at least a channel if you don't have some content that is searchable with the right words etc you're foregoing the second most you search engine in the world crazy crazy and and i think people might have sort of grown up with this idea that unless you're doing a how to video or sh showing someone had a take a washing machine apart and put it back together. Which is what. My husband uses it for <hes>. That you don't need to be there but that's not really true anymore. Yeah definitely not in fact if you take a look at the most significant growing trends <hes>. I haven't seen this now for for for a few months but but it's probably still holds true. You know how to videos are a major growing piece <hes>. All of several categories including beauty and and skin care and all of that those are major categories and then if you look at the educational components and educational being a very broad topic but if you just take a look at khan academy or or the number of sites on there that are just geared for educational learning. I joke around. You could get from from youtube and it would be more valuable than a than a stanford or harvard degree because the content is so incredibly rich. Yeah that's interesting. I think you're probably right about that. Because it's practitioners teaching what they now. So you're getting it from the horse's mouth so to seek yes exactly yeah okay <unk>. So what do you think is the biggest mistake that business owners make when they're building a brand on youtube that's actually an easy one and <hes>. Ended up being one. That has been the case for some time. People are starting to figure this out but one of the biggest mistakes you can make is having content designed for another platform even another digital platform. Instagram facebook video. And that's done just assuming that. Oh you can just repurpose that to youtube. And the reason why i say that is that in general we found we were one of the first <hes>. Consumer products so one of the famous parts of my story you know having served a couple of decades at proctor and gamble and then leaving and then joining the startup world and my first company was a company called or brush inc a or brush tongue cleaner. And it was this crazy cool product. That was patented from dr bob wag staff and he had tried to sell it to png and he had tried to license it to johnson johnson and it was was a tongue scraper. Ninety percent of bad breath comes from bacteria on your tongue and he had created a really great product t to remove bacteria from the tongue and he had tried to go about it. <hes> marketing it <hes>. With traditional means one of his last failed efforts was a was an infomercial where it just failed miserably. And he ended up meeting with a couple of young guys. Here in lake city utah. Jeff harmon and <hes>. And neil harmon and jeff was just one of these guys. That really wasn't early guy on youtube and was doing all new. All these insights and outs and <hes>. And so we ended up launching this product on youtube. I was the angel investor and eventual. Ceo of or brush and the cool story about war shits in two thousand seventeen youtube. Recognize the ten most iconic admiral moments on youtube from the two thousand five launch of youtube and brush was one of those ten. You would've done. You may not have recognized or brush but you would recognize the other nine it was it was always like a girl. Campaign was the jeff gordon. Pepsi campaign was the kyrie irving <hes>. Pepsi campaign with uncle drew. They were just these really iconic youtube long form campaigns that people are starting to figure out that maybe fifteen second or a thirty second or one minute was not the best way to to create awareness and trial for your products and services

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"youtube" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"youtube" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

"I sometimes get asked how I started my podcast and why anchor FM I did extensive research and anchor life is great for newbies, like myself if they provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can beat it. If you're starting you can start for free and this is what another reasons I chose anchor FM. I will no longer be part of YouTube after I guess maybe a week or two as more of my work was being hurt on YouTube and watch my videos were being watched all of a sudden my post or my videos were being tagged as age restricted in a pro. If anyone has listened or even seen my art work there. They are well aware that none of my work is what I consider offensive vulgar and neither. Do I use any kind of inappropriate type of language as a result after even having my baby announcement that my podcast would be on YouTube restricted as inappropriate. I decided it was time to just give up the fight song. Concentrate on doing the work that I do and finding other ways of realistically bring it out to the public and monetizing. I work in a way that is ethical and without having to deal with the trolls on the internet to this extent that it becomes more of a fight each other then what it's about which is for me producing work that I enjoy doing work that is to my standards and off whoever did this or the people that did this great for them. And you know, I always say what goes around comes around home and if that's just the way it is, I will go on move forward and do what I have to do to next time every once please stay well..

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