Posts Tagged: mobile

Learn More About Your Viewers’ Consumption Habits


As years go by and technologies evolve, one thing has remained the same – our desire to consume digital entertainment. YouTube now serves about 1 billion hours of fresh content per day, which positions it as the leading platform for video, with Facebook coming in second at 100 million hours.

In Uganda: Discovering Local African Music in Kampala


As part of my longstanding relationship with African music, I’ve covered topics such as consumer issues and solutions, the monetization of music in Africa and the scope of the country’s influence on music. I have always been lucky enough to mix business and pleasure and since these previous pieces, the interest I have for sourcing great African music has… Read more »

Live Streaming on YouTube Goes Mobile


We recently discussed the influence of live streaming on social media, the many amazing platforms that offer the feature and the impact it can have on boosting your channel’s fan base. Now, YouTube has upped their stake in the live streaming game by allowing channels to create live events on mobile. The feature launched last month at VidCon… Read more »

Buy Stuff (Read: Music) on Twitter


Last month Twitter started testing a buy button that would allow users to purchase directly from a tweet on a mobile device. They are still rolling out the feature to a small amount of US users, which will grow over time. With the holiday season around the corner, we may be seeing offers in our feeds soon…. Read more »