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Flickr
is a photo sharing website and web services suite, and an online
community platform, which is generally considered an early example of a
Web 2.0 application. In addition to being a popular Web site for users
to share personal photographs, the service is widely used by bloggers
as a photo repository. Its popularity has been fueled by its innovative
online community tools that allow photos to be tagged and browsed by
folksonomic means. Flickr has...

Google Plus Users About To Get Google Apps, Share Photos Like Mad

Google Plus Users About To Get Google Apps, Share Photos Like Mad

Google Plus opened wide to the public a couple of weeks ago, but since then, there's been very little in the way of official updates. Until this week, that is. There's a ton of news this week regarding Google Plus, including some eye-catching statistics on …

Can I Do That On YouTube? Copyright Law & Posting Video

Can I Do That On YouTube? Copyright Law & Posting Video

Websites all over the Internet are inviting you to link and embed your YouTube video on blog sites, "share" it with Facebook friends, or "tweet" it to your Twitter followers. But what are the legal limitations on what you can share and where you can …

Blinkx Sokx it to Boxee with 35 Million Hours of Video Via New App

Blinkx Sokx it to Boxee with 35 Million Hours of Video Via New App

Blinkx brinkx (no typo, it's Friday) a literal downpour of online video to the TV with its own application for Boxee, coming soon. The app will give you access to all the video search wonder that is blinkx right from the comfort of your own …

Goodbye Yahoo Video Uploads – Yahoo Shifts Away From User-Generated Video Content

Goodbye Yahoo Video Uploads   Yahoo Shifts Away From User Generated Video Content

Techcrunch is reporting that Yahoo Video is making some major changes in the wake of the company"s layoffs this week.  Specifically, they seem to be doing away with user-generated content altogether.  The upload utility is gone, and users are seeing a special message at the …

Yahoo Releases Major Changes To Search Interface

Yahoo Releases Major Changes To Search Interface

Not to be outdone by all the new things Google has been doing with their search interface this year, Yahoo has just released a pretty major update to their own search engine.  And since we're all about getting your videos found on search engines here, …

5 Top Twitter Video Marketing Strategies for Every Business

5 Top Twitter Video Marketing Strategies for Every Business

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews TwitJump’s founder Alex Lawrence, who shares some of the top reasons businesses today should be doing video marketing in twitter, and some tips for planning your own twitter video marketing strategy.

Dell Eyeing Internet TV and Streaming, Roku Wants A Bite Out of Apple

Dell Eyeing Internet TV and Streaming, Roku Wants A Bite Out of Apple

Dell, along with everyone and their brother it seems, wants in on the streaming video pie chart and they're preparing to cut themselves off a slice according to the latest reports. Networkworld reports they're looking into getting some devices in their lineup and looking over …

Online Video Marketing Basics: Part 4 – Choosing The Right Video Production Equipment

Online Video Marketing Basics: Part 4   Choosing The Right Video Production Equipment

Welcome to Part 4 of our ongoing Online Video Marketing Basics series.  It's intended to be a help—a sort of guide, if you will—for individuals and businesses just getting started with online video.  We've already covered Why You Should Get Involved with online video, Choosing …

What’s Next for Media In 2010 – Media Minute

What's the next big thing in new media? To answer that question, Daisy Whitney of the New Media Minute turned to Bill Tancer, author of of Click and the research guru at online audience measurement firm Hitwise.

Government Agencies Sign With YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, and Blip

U.S. government agencies can now officially use YouTube , Flickr , Vimeo , and blip.tv , using special service agreements that comply with federal terms and conditions. Today, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced that, after nine months of negotiations, the government has signed agreements …

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