Via Lauren Johnson in AdWeek, people around the world are now watching as much video online as they are through traditional sources such as television, according to a new survey from Millward Brown. The large study surveyed more than 13,000 multiscreen viewers (people who use both a TV and a computer for media) in 42 countries on what they think about digital advertising.
Your Facebook profile is about to become a lot more... animated. In an official announcement, Facebook has outlined a raft of changes coming to profile layouts, including temporary profile images, a one-line bio and the ability to use animated GIFs as your profile image.
If you haven’t already tapped into the power of YouTube, then you should certainly consider doing so. People love to watch videos, and the numbers don’t lie. YouTube is ranked the second largest search engine on the Internet, processing over 3 billion searches per month.
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