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How to Make Money on YouTube: 6 Effective Strategies

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Okay, ad revenue is the most obvious way to make money on YouTube. But it’s not the only way—or, to be honest, the best way. (Spoiler: the best way to make money on YouTube is all the ways.) YouTube is half the internet: that’s 1.9 billion users logging in every month….

This grandpa learning he’s now a U.S. citizen is the sweetest thing you’ll see

MASHABLE.COM — Oftentimes Twitter is a chaotic mess, but every once in a while an extremely touching video circulates and reminds you that social media has the amazing power to uplift people. On Saturday, Brianna Valle shared one of those feel-good videos, in which her 76-year-old grandfather, Arnulfo, can be seen learning that he’s officially a U.citizen.

7 Winning Ways to Grow Your Instagram Following [Infographic]

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — Instagram is the social platform of the moment, with more and more brands now looking to get in on the Insta trend, and boost their digital presence. And while some of them are a little easier said than done (“Become verified” you say? I’ll just go do that), they are worth considering in your process, and working towards to further your efforts.

How tech is transforming the intelligence industry

TECHCRUNCH.COM — on the future challenges of intelligence organizations held in 2018, former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats argued that he transformation of the American intelligence community must be a revolution rather than an evolution. The community must be innovative and flexible, capable of rapidly adopting innovative technologies wherever they may arise.

Gloom from the climate-change front line

ECONOMIST.COM — AFTER 29 HOURS of uninterrupted negotiations the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), on how alterations in land use are contributing to such change, was gavelled through in Geneva on the afternoon of August 7th. When, minutes later, your correspondent asked to…

3D-printing organs moves a few more steps closer to commercialization

TECHCRUNCH.COM — New successes in printing vascular tissue from living cells point to the accelerating pace of development of 3D printing tissue — and eventually the ability to manufacture organs from small samples of cells. Late last month Prellis Biologics announced a $8.7 million round of funding and some significant advancements that point the way forward for 3D printed organs while a company called Volumetric Bio based on research from a slew of different universities unveiled significant progress of its own earlier this year.

India’s Meesho raises $125M to expand its social commerce business

TECHCRUNCH.COM — a Bangalore-based social commerce startup, has raised $125 million to expand its business in the country and change the way millions shop online. The Series D round was led by and existing investors SAIF, Sequoia, RPS and Venture Highway participating as well. Facebook also participated in the round, so did Arun Sarin, former CEO of Vodafone Group.

Tesla Model 3 owner implants RFID chip to turn her arm into a key

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Forget the keycard or phone app, one software engineer is trying out a new way to unlock and start her Tesla Model Amie DD, who has a background in game simulation and programming, recently released a video showing how she “biohacked” her body. The software engineer removed the RFID chip from the Tesla Model 3 valet card using acetone, then placed it into a biopolymer, which was injected through a hollow needle into her left arm.

Sledgehammers can’t even stop these hackers

MASHABLE.COM — A man in a hotdog suit repeatedly smashes a computer with a sledgehammer as raucous cheers fill the room. No, you did not just wander into a David Lynch dreamscape, but rather the d(struction)20 CTF at the annual DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas. The competition, which pits a group of hackers and researchers against each other in random security and cryptography challenges, comes with a very DEF CON-esque twist: Participants are subject to the roll of a 20-sided die, and the resulting number corresponds to physical damage inflicted upon their computer.

Newspaper’s tweet about climate change (and Bubba Gump) is too relatable

MASHABLE.COM — Look, I get it. Temperatures are rising, leaders are getting dumber, and it seems like an apocalypse is nigh. We’re all freaked — including at least one member of the social media team at Charleston, S.C.’s paper, The Post and Courier. How do I know? Just look at this tweet posted on Friday, linking to a story about Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.’s Charleston location closing.

101 Stats to Understand Affiliate Marketing [Infographic]

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — Have you considered the potential of affiliate marketing for your business? Influencer marketing is the order of the day in digital marketing, but affiliate marketing is a similar process, though more strategically aligned with partner brands and businesses, as opposed to individual creators. And the benefits can be significant – there’s a reason why spending on increases over.

Biotech researchers venture into the wild to start their own business

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Valley mythology is centered on the founder-as-hero narrative. But historically, scientific founders leading the charge for bio companies have been far less common. Developing new drugs is slow, risky, and expensive. Big clinical failures are all too common. As such, bio requires incredibly specialized knowledge and experience.

The fertility business is booming

ECONOMIST.COM — BRIGHT-BLUE letters greet women at Trellis, an egg-freezing studio in New York. “It’s up to each of us to invent our own future,” they enjoin. No baby pictures here, of the sort that adorn joyless waiting rooms at traditional fertility clinics. Instead the client-experience manager, Casy Tarnas,…

Zindi rallies Africa’s data scientists to crowd-solve local problems

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Zindi is convening Africa’s data scientists to create AI solutions for complex problems. Founded in 2018, the Cape Town-based startup allows companies, NGOs or government institutions to host online competitions around data-oriented challenges. Zindi’s platform also coordinates a group of more than 4,000 data scientists based in Africa who can enroll to join a competition, submit their solution sets, move up a leader board and win the challenge — for a cash prize payout.

Instagram Stories: How to Use It Like a Pro and Build Your Audience

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Brands are on board with Instagram Stories. Half of businesses on the platform have created at least one Story in the last month, and nearly all U.S. marketers who are currently using IG Stories ads plan to continue doing so. Instagram users have also proven their…

Glow raises $2.3M to help podcasters make money

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Glow is a new startup that says it wants to help podcasters build media business. That’s something co-founder and CEO Amira Valliani said she tried to do herself. After a career that included working in the Obama White House and getting an MBA from Wharton, she launched a podcast covering local elections in Cambridge, Mass., and she said that after the initial six episodes, she struggled to find a sustainable business model.

7 critical conclusions from the major U.N. climate land report

MASHABLE.COM — Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro fired the country’s chief of the National Institute of Space Research in early August, after the space agency announced a spike in the deforestation of the Amazon rainforest. Bolsonaro — who wants to open up more of the jungle for agriculture — called the satellite observations “lies.” The story of the Amazon — in which one Brazilian state lost an area of rainforest larger than West Virginia by 2003 — is reflected around the globe.

5 Ways Smart People Sabotage Their Success

LOLLYDASKAL.COM — Most of us believe that smart people are automatically successful, but that’s not always the case. Intelligent people may have an advantage out of the gate, but a surprising number end up sabotaging their own success. Here are five of the top reasons why: They think they know it all. When people…

The 15 best family-friendly movies now streaming on Netflix

MASHABLE.COM — Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. Jam-packed with tales of talking animals, adventures of heroes in disguise, and stories of true love, Netflix has one rockin’ collection of films perfect for family movie night. .

The emotionally intelligent way to make a significant (and long-lasting) change

FASTCOMPANY.COM — I once worked with a director of a department. Her management behavior was too controlling, and she micromanaged the team she led. Sound familiar? When we dug into why that was, she realized that her drive stemmed from the fear of being reprimanded by her boss. Because she feared making a mistake in front of her superior, she clamped down on the team below her.

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