How do you decide who wins in a battle between television and YouTube? How many visits does YouTube receive per day or month? How many people access YouTube from their cell phones? How are original content creators compensated for their work? Can YouTube help a business grow? How? In the article we will be looking at, you will find the answers to these and other questions.
TJ McCue (http://www.forbes.com/sites/tjmccue/), not only works for entrepreneurs and small businesses constructing websites and web content but is also a writer for Tech Biz Talks (http://www.techbiztalk.com/tech-tools/), an informative website dedicated to the latest technology. In this brief article we are given a clear vision of what is happening with the giant of internet videos, its growth, the way in which it reaches its objectives and the possibilities it possesses as a marketing tool for our own businesses. Finally, we look at the latest 10 YouTube channels with the most subscribers.
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|POST TITLE||“YouTube Claims Victory Over TV-Battle Won With One Billion Visitors per Month”|
|POSTED BY||TJ McCue|
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Vocabulary to help you understand the article.
To state positively; declare; affirm to maintain or defend (rights, claims, etc.)
|2||RBC Capital Markets||A large international financial company|
The return from property or investment; income. An item or source of income([pl.]) items or amounts of income collectively, as of a nation
The audience for a TV program. The size of such an audience
|5||Spurred||anything that urges, impels, or incites; stimulus to action|
Awesome: inspiring awe(rare) showing awe(slang) wonderful; impressive; excellent
shrewdness or understanding
|8||Leveraging||Means of accomplishing some purpose. Take advantage of…|
|10||Sponsoring||A person or agency that undertakes certain responsibilities in connection with some other person or some group or activity, as in being a proponent, endorser, advisor, underwriter, surety, etc.|
To try to sell using persuasive talk or advertising
|12||Ring true||To sound like the truth.|
To encompass or to contain something mentioned.
|14||Dominance||A dominating, or being dominant; control; authority.
(also ) ˈdominancy
|15||Surge||Any sudden, strong increase, as of energy, enthusiasm, etc.|
|16||Provided||On the condition or understanding; if; providing (often with that)|
|17||Vaulted Over||Jumped over or moved upward in comparison to someone or something.|
|18||Spot||A locality; place ⇒ a good fishing spot. Any small area or space.|
|19||Host||The provider of a particular service.|
|20||Lip-synching||To synchronize lip movements with (recorded speaking or singing)|
|21||Bits||Routine or act.|
|22||Among||In the company of; surrounded by; included with a group of ⇒ you are among friends|
|23||Vlogger||Combination of the words Video logger. A video journal uploaded to the internet|
|24||Brits||An informal term for British.|
|25||Sketch||A short, light, informal story, description, play, skit, or piece of music.|
Collins American English Dictionary