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Twit Happens: Tips To Overcome Legal Dangers With Video On Twitter

Twit Happens: Tips To Overcome Legal Dangers With Video On Twitter

I interviewed Internet technology and intellectual property attorney Evan Brown about the most important legal issues today when it pertains to businesses doing twitter and video marketing.  Evan talked with me about social media legal issues and gave advice as to how to select an attorney …

Twit Happens – So Here Are Some Legal Tips for Twitter Video

Twit Happens – So Here Are Some Legal Tips for Twitter Video

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews cyberlawyers Mark J. Rosenberg and Daliah Saper about the new video features in twitter; and shares tips for businesses to use video in twitter and other social media responsibly, and not run afoul of the law.

Google Experiments With Friends – Integrates Twitter-Shared Links In News

Google Experiments With Friends   Integrates Twitter Shared Links In News

It must be some kind of unofficial "tinker with your search engine" day or something.  Hot on the heels of Yahoo's major search interface overhaul, Search Engine Land has discovered that Google is testing a new feature with Google News—the ability to connect it to …

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, …

Google TV Missing Major TV Network Partners, and I Doubt Google Cares

Google TV Missing Major TV Network Partners, and I Doubt Google Cares

Yesterday Google finally opened the curtain on Google TV, giving the world some much-needed detail on what the product is and what it will be able to do.  And I was pretty impressed.

Twitter Micro-Video Marketing Strategies for Business – The TwitVid Interview

Twitter Micro Video Marketing Strategies for Business – The TwitVid Interview

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews TwitVid’s co-founder Mo Adham, and discusses the business opportunities today with using video in twitter, and how going super short with your video length can be more effective for the twitter crowd.

Google Releases Goo.gl, Their URL Shortening Service, To The Public

Google Releases Goo.gl, Their URL Shortening Service, To The Public

URL shorteners are all the rage.  With the rise of social media like Facebook and Twitter, there is a greater need than ever before for users to find a way to make their links shorter so as to leave more room for actual text in …

Giving Users Brand Choice Is Key To Video Ad Success On Short Form

 Giving Users Brand Choice Is Key To Video Ad Success On Short Form

The Pool, a unique research initiative made of people from Publicis Groupe, publishers and advertisers, aimed to identify optimal ad models across emerging media platforms recently put out some new research that says giving consumers the ability to select the ads they see is vital …

The Future of Display Advertising Is Interactive, Social, and Customizable

The Future of Display Advertising Is Interactive, Social, and Customizable

Did you ever have that one friend that was always late to every party, but then when that friend finally arrived the party would change completely for the better?  Google is that friend, and the party is display advertising.

YouTube Accounts for 13 Percent of All Mobile Data Usage

YouTube Accounts for 13 Percent of All Mobile Data Usage

The chances are very good that, like a growing number of people, you have a smart phone.  With the rise of the iPhone and Android, there has been an explosion in the adoption of Internet-ready mobile devices.  I knew we'd reached a bit of a …

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