Google.com holds the leading position as the most popular website worldwide with 89 billion total monthly visits in 2021.
The Future is now. We may not be traveling in flying cars yet but the world is changing every year. The iPhone which was discovered in 2007, functions as a TV, Photo Camera, Video camera, notebook, gps system, alarm clock, radio, phone and more. We can catch a ride with a stranger to any destination in any city with the help of Uber (founded 2009) or Lyft (launched 2012). Instagram (founded in 2010) serves as a digital photo album for its 500 million daily active users. CD’s and DVD’s no longer are in rotation due to Netflix streaming, Spotify (founded 2006), Pandora and Tidal. You can rent a room or home to stay in from a stranger around the world with AirBnB (founded 2008). Youtube (founded 2006) gives anybody the opportunity to create their own TV Station/Network. The world has changed in less than 20 years. Just imagine what the future may bring.
What will be the new creations or ideas of the future?
An eight-year-old boy who reviews toys on YouTube has been named by Forbes as the platform’s highest earner in 2019.
Ryan Kaji, whose channel Ryan’s World has 22.9 million subscribers, earned $26 million in 2019 — up $4 million from his earnings in 2018, when he also gained the highest-earning YouTuber spot.
Forbes estimates that the ten highest earners on YouTube, which is owned by Google (GOOGL), brought in a total of $162 million between June 1, 2018 and June 1, 2019.
1 — Ryan Kaji, $26 million
2 — Dude Perfect, $20 million
3 — Anastasia Radzinskaya, $18 million
4 — Rhett and Link, $17.5 million
5 — Jeffree Star, $17 million
6 — Preston (Preston Arsement), $14 million
7 (joint) — PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg, $13 million
7 (joint) — Markiplier (Mark Fischbach), $13 million
9 — DanTDM (Daniel Middleton), $12 million
10 — VanossGaming (Evan Fong), $11.5 million
There are a lot of music distribution services out there. Keeping 100% of your royalties is key. Educate yourself and research on all their fees before you decide which service to choose.
The Best Music Distribution Companies are listed below:
In the last eight years you’ve come to YouTube to watch, share and fall in love with videos from all over the world. Tens of thousands of partners have created channels that have found and built businesses for passionate, engaged audiences. Advertisers have taken notice: all of the Ad Age Top 100 brands are now running campaigns on YouTube. And today, YouTube is announcing a new milestone: YouTube now has more than a billion unique users every single month. Read More
Google slashed the cumulative view counts on YouTube channels belonging to Universal Music Group, Sony/BMG, and RCA Records by more than 2 billion views Tuesday, a drastic winter cleanup that may be aimed at shutting down fake view count-building techniques employed by a community of rogue view count manipulators on the video-sharing site.
Filmmaker David Victori of Spain has won the first edition of YouTube’s ‘Your Film Festival’ for his short film ‘The Guilt,’ about a man obsessed with revenge after his wife’s murder. Vitori will receive $500,000 for his next project, with Gladiator director Ridley Scott and actor Michael Fassbender acting as executive producers.
Watch The Guilt after the jump…
YouTube announced a movie rental partnership with Paramount Pictures on Wednesday, despite the online video website’s long-running litigation with Paramount parent company Viacom Inc.
YouTube said it would offer online rentals of nearly 500 Paramount films, including “Hugo” and “The Godfather,” rounding out its growing catalog of feature-length movies.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed and it was not immediately clear why the two companies, whose parent companies have sparred in court for years, decided to put their differences aside for this licensing agreement.
Checkout this article on “5 Secrets the Music Industry doesn’t want you to know for aspiring artists”
Q-Tip said it back in 1991, “Industry Rule # 4080/ record company people are shady!” – A Tribe Called Quest, Check The Rhime (Throwback Video below)
Starting in the early days of the music business with Blues and Rock & Roll, payola was once the most popular underhand practice. Record companies and managers would bribe radio DJ’s to give their artists radio play. Although illegal, this practice has never stopped and continues to be used in 2011, albeit in more subtle forms. With the rise in new technology and the dominance of the internet threatening the music industry’s outdated business model, new “questionable” tactics have been developed to help labels stay afloat. Here are 5 secrets the music industry doesn’t want you to know! Check the full list after the jump.