YouTube has one-third of the internet in its claws. More than 1.9 billion people enjoy YouTube every month. You can bet that translates to a lot of watched videos. But how does the world share YouTube videos? Maybe you do it from your mobile or use Facebook. It does matter because there are several ways

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Don’t post a video on YouTube with background music from a copyrighted source. It’s probably going to be taken down. Instead, get free and royalty-free music from one of these sites. It doesn’t matter if you’re hoping to be a viral sensation or just posting something for family and friends to see. If it’s free

It’s a well-known fact that you can find anything on the internet, including communities that band together around the strangest and most niche topics. Case in point: the ASMR community that centers on the autonomous sensory meridian response. Not sure what that is? Neither did I, so I spent some time researching it and found

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Ah, Instagram video. A yardstick by which we can all measure our online popularity—or not. We’ve already shown you everything you need to know about Instagram video, but what if you want to download them, share them, and view them at your leisure? Whether it’s your own amazing creations or quality content from your friends,

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Like other tech companies, Google understands the need to help people use technology responsibly. So, in May 2018, as part of its ongoing Digital Wellness initiative, Google rolled out a feature which reminds viewers to take a break from YouTube. Now, it has added another tool to its arsenal, and this one tracks the time

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It’s a common situation. You are happily watching a video on YouTube, perhaps a commercial or a movie trailer, and it has a catchy song playing in the background. You want to know what the music is, but how do you find out? Identifying some music and songs is easy, while others require a little

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