Posts Tagged: Google

YouTube Stories: Engage With Fans Between Uploads


An exciting new addition to the YouTube ecosystem is YouTube Stories. YouTube Stories allow creators to share and connect with their audiences on-the-go. Sharing many of the same characteristics as other big social platforms like Snapchat and Instagram, YouTube Stories allows creators to get super interactive with their fans, with features such as stickers, filters,… Read more »

Welcome To YouTube Music!


As Daily Rind readers, you probably already know that YouTube is one of the primary pillars of today’s music industry. In recent years, YouTube has become even more of a global hub for music and it’s easy to see why: you can quickly hop between official releases, fan uploads, reaction videos, choreography videos, and much… Read more »

Uptime: A YouTube App for Friends


Google has recently launched Uptime, a new mobile app that has got the video world talking. Uptime takes YouTube to new social heights, encouraging users to watch videos with friends and simultaneously add comments and chat alongside these videos in real time. It also lets users find their friends by connecting through Facebook and allows them… Read more »

Meet Your Friends In A Virtual Reality


More and more we’re seeing tech giants hedging their bets on the success of virtual reality platforms. Facebook and most recently Google, have all thrown their hats into the ring in the battle for VR supremacy. Common visions of virtual reality evoke images of isolated individuals living out virtual lives in digital worlds reminiscent of… Read more »

Welcome to a New Era of YouTube Comments Management


This past November, YouTube implemented new tools for creators to manage user interaction on their videos. YouTube now provides a number of filters, settings and other moderation tools that can help enhance brand-viewer interaction. For a core feature historically troubled by anonymous trolling and spam, these are welcome changes that put content creators in control.