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Niche Raises $2.5 Million To Introduce Brands To Social Media Stars

Brands are excited about the possibility of advertising on platforms like Vine and Instagram, and Niche is helping them do just that. Niche, a New York-based startup, has raised $2.5 million to act as a middleman between brand marketers and the most popular

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How to Drive Traffic Between Your Videos on YouTube [Creator's Tip #68]

For this week's Creator's Tip, I provide some advice in the form of answers to a few common questions we've received from our audience of viewers on YouTube including: ways to make a living and build a career as a niche expert as well as some tips and tactics that you can leverage within your videos to drive additional traffic to your other, lesser watched videos.

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How to Become a Successful, New Media Rockstar [Creator's Tip #60]

This week we had the opportunity to speak with Benny Luo, CEO and co-founder of the website,

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How to Build a YouTube Creator Network in Your Niche [Creator's Tip #59]

As we all know, YouTube has become much more than just a website to merely consume video content.

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How to Seed Videos To Key Influencers & Grow Your Audience

For this week’s Creator’s Tip episode Tim Schmoyer and Kevin Nalty talk about how to reach out to key influencers and how to start seeding your videos so they’re seen and shared by others, especially if you don’t have many viewers to begin with. One of the things to remember when creating video is that ...

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Sometimes Movies Don't Need A Big Screen, They Just Need Any Screen

Back in the day, when people actually visited video rental places, movies that either had a short life in theaters or went straight to video basically had to hope the millions of people sifting through the new release shelves would find their video cover and hope that its lack of familiarity would go overlooked.