Anyone using Google Image Search tools will immediately notice that the search engine has created a significant update on its filter options. Copyright law protects the interests of artists, photographers, and owners of original works. It is to help them maintain ownership of their work and avoid another person or company to claim the work to be theirs. On top of that, it is to avoid another person or company from financially benefitting from an unpaid, yet licensed image. [Read more…]
Blogging and influencing are legitimate, high-income careers for people of any age, gender, and race. As long as they could create incredible content, and earn an equally incredible following, any social media star (influencer or blogger) could easily become a millionaire overnight. Of course, the highest-paid influencers on all social media platforms would be celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian-West. Athletes are also well-known high earners on social media, with Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the highest-earning athlete-celebrity. Signers like Arianna Grande and Selena Gomez are also high earners on different platforms, particularly Instagram. Let’s focus on non-celebrity blogging magnates, for now. Here are some of them:
Many organizations start with simply spreading awareness and education throughout the populations. However, to create programs that could meet this goal, they would need aid and support from donors. This could be done both physically (through volunteering) and financially (through donating). Charitable organizations have existed for centuries, helping millions all over the world. However, these organizations do have to change with the tides and develop through time. The internet is a great tool for this.
Perhaps it is out of his frustration for any anti-mask city in the US, a famous YouTuber created a facemask shooting device. It is a pneumatic gun that shoots out facemasks directly onto a user’s face. Could this be the next gadget law enforcement will use to handle this pandemic? Maybe not, but it is still a really cool invention.
Viewers can now pay to “clap” for their favorite YouTube content creators. The video-sharing platform released a new feature earlier this year about a “viewer applause” feature. Originally announced in 2019, this is a new feature YouTube presented to help with the monetization of influencers. The video-sharing platform wanted to provide a new means for viewers to interact with their favorite YouTubers and give-back not just from watching ads but by directly donating onto the channel. This feature was actually released by YouTube (as a Beta) in February of 2020. After months of successful experimentation, the new feature is now ready to roll out in more YouTube channels and in more countries. [Read more…]