Thursday, April 2, 2020

What's New

Instagram confirmed last month it was prototyping ad-share monetization on IGTV. Now, Instagram is contacting emerging creators to test its beta.
A new bill, the KIDS Act, written by two democratic senators could pose a serious threat to toy unboxing channels on YouTube if it is passed.
SXSW canceled
Sad new: SXSW is canceled this year due to high-profile companies dropping from attendance due to fears of spreading the coronavirus.
YouTube releases info about reinstate rate of removed YouTube videos
According to YouTube, out of 110,000 YouTube video appeals in the past three months, they’ve only reinstated 23,000 of them.
YouTube hires first ever head creator liaison
YouTube says they’re trying to be more transparent for the creator community. So much so, they’ve hired its first “head creator liaison”.

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More New Stuff

Comments on YouTube are a mixed bag. They can provide valuable feedback, or they can be a source of extreme negativity. Let’s take a look at the best way to manage comments on your videos.
Hiding likes may improve the mental health of Instagram users, but that’s likely not the only motivation behind the change.
Humans love stories — and we especially love to know how they end. That’s why serialized content can be such and effective way to build viewer loyalty.
No one really know exactly how the YouTube Algorithm works — and there’s evidence to suggest The Algorithm is working to keep it that way.
The world of live streaming is growing more and more each year. One way to make your stream look more polished is with the use of stream overlays.