When it comes to videos, YouTube is definitely king, so much so that many individuals and groups have gone on to make a living just by making YouTube videos and living off the ad revenue they get. However it looks like Facebook wants in on video creation and according to Re/code, ad revenue sharing will be arriving on the social network.
The idea is the same in which the revenue made from ads in the video will be split between Facebook and the video’s creators. However there is a major difference here and that is not everyone will be able to participate in it. It seems that only videos part of Facebook’s “Suggested Videos” feature will benefit from the ad revenue sharing, like NBA, Fox Sports, and Funny or Die, for example. Read full post →Facebook Wants To Start Sharing Ad Revenue With Video Creators
The Xiaomi Mi Band that was launched last year is a decent device, but it is unable to keep track of your afternoon naps, although it does come with support for Google Fit. Having said that, it is nice to see the folks over at Xiaomi think of a new and improved model, where it should be known as the Xiaomi Mi Band 1S, taking into consideration how the device has already gotten certified in Taiwan.