YouTube’s new “Fan Finder” program allows to advertise Channel for Free

YouTube has launched a “Fan Finder” program which allows the YouTube partners to advertise their Channel at no cost. YouTube user has to submit his Channel ad video to the YouTube Fan Finder program which will promote the ad Video across YouTube, including on watch pages and search pages. It will show the Channel ad … Continue reading “YouTube’s new “Fan Finder” program allows to advertise Channel for Free”

YouTube starts rolling out New Google+ based Comments system.

YouTube has announced that it is rolling out new Google+ based Comments system. The comments will be sorted by relevance instead of recency by taking into account who wrote a comment, Google +1s, the number of replies and other signals to surface the best comments. Users can switch from the “Top Comments” view to “Newest … Continue reading “YouTube starts rolling out New Google+ based Comments system.”

YouTube expands Paid Channels to more partners and countries

YouTube has announced that it is expanding its paid channels pilot to the eligible partners that have at least 10,000 subscribers to their current free channel. Thousands of YouTube creators will now be able to launch paid channels, which charge a monthly subscription fee of $0.99 or more. The paid channel initiative began in May … Continue reading “YouTube expands Paid Channels to more partners and countries”

Barack Obama Crying Video Goes Viral in Social Media.

U.S president Barack Obama cried while addressing his campaign Staff. This video which shows “Crying Barack Obama” has gone viral in Social Media. The video on Barack Obama official YouTube channel got Millions of views within few hours. And lot of other channels are also showing this video and every video is getting lot of … Continue reading “Barack Obama Crying Video Goes Viral in Social Media.”

Google Doodle Celebrates 79th Anniversary of opening of the first drive-in theater

Today (June 06 th, 2012) Google shows an animated video-Doodle for celebrating the 79th Anniversary of opening of the first drive-in theater. Richard Hollingshead opened the first drive-in on Tuesday June 6, 1933 at a location on Crescent Boulevard, Camden, New Jersey. The price of admission was 25 cents for the car and 25 cents … Continue reading “Google Doodle Celebrates 79th Anniversary of opening of the first drive-in theater”