YouTube hits 4 billion daily video views

Google’s video website “YouTube” is streaming 4 billion online videos every day, a 25 percent increase in the past eight months. Google acquired YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006. YouTube represents one of Google’s key opportunities to generate new sources of revenue outside its traditional Internet search advertising business. Recently Google said that its business … Continue reading “YouTube hits 4 billion daily video views”

Toyota Australia to Cut 350 Jobs

Toyota has announced that it’s cutting 350 jobs at its plant in Altona. Toyota, which employs around 4,700 people in Australia, had seen vehicle production drop 36% in four years, from 149,000 in 2007 to an expected 95,000 in 2012. The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union says it’s shocked that the company is planning compulsory redundancies. … Continue reading “Toyota Australia to Cut 350 Jobs”

Startup “Unified” Introduces Social Operating Platform (SOP)

Unified, a Social Media Marketing Start-up company had introduced an innovative Social Media Markting Tool named as “Social Operating Platform (SOP)”. It is designed for large brands and agencies who need better automation and management of paid and owned media campaigns for managing advertising across different social channels, such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and … Continue reading “Startup “Unified” Introduces Social Operating Platform (SOP)”

Twitter Acquires Summify

Twitter acquires Summify which gives Summary of your social news feeds. Summify condenses content in people’s Google, Facebook and Twitter social media feeds and delivers a daily digest via email, on a website or to a user’s iPhone. As a result of the Twitter acquisition, Summify has stopped accepting new account sign-ups and eliminated several … Continue reading “Twitter Acquires Summify”

Google shuts Photo-Sharing Service Picnik, Plus More Products

Google vice president of product management Dave Girouard said in a blog post that “As we head into 2012, we’ve been sticking to some old resolutions—the need to focus on building amazing products that millions of people love to use every day. That means taking a hard look at products that replicate other features, haven’t … Continue reading “Google shuts Photo-Sharing Service Picnik, Plus More Products”