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5 Million Google Passwords Leaked, Check Your YouTube Account

Another day, another security breach. In the latest reminder that nothing is really that secure on the Internet, 5 million Google email addresses, usernames and passwords have been leaked to the outside world. If you have updated your Google log-in details recently then you are probably OK. If you haven't updated your password in years, then now might be the time to do that.

New Video App Makes YouTube Safe for the Whole Family

YouTube is the wild west of entertainment if you have a young family. One minute your child could be watching a short clip of Thomas the Tank Engine, the next they could be watching a parody of the show that is wildly inappropriate for children. But now, thanks to a new app called HomeTube, YouTube may find itself much more family-friendly.

YouTube Valued at $40 Billion, Worth More Than Twitter [Report]

A new report claims that YouTube could be worth up to $40 billion for its parent company Google, itself valued at around $400 billion. YouTube is also on course to grow from $5.9 billion in video ad sales this year to $8.9 billion in 2016.

32 Amazing YouTube Facts & Stats to Tweet & Share [Updated]

Ever wondered how many hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every 10 seconds? Or how many billions and billions of hours of cat videos, how-tos, music videos, beauty tutorials, and unboxings we watch every month? YouTube is an amazing space and so generates some incredible stats - we bring you 33 of them. Enjoy!

YouTube Queues Videos to Chromecast So You Don’t Have To

YouTube has announced a small, but handy feature for those Chromecast owners who like to set it and forget it when it comes to viewing. As of this week, viewers will be able to queue up YouTube videos via a new Playlist feature on their YouTube watch page and stream that playlist to their Chromecast device.

YouTube’s Fan Funding Donation Feature Now Live in U.S.

There are various ways that creators can make money from YouTube, and if you have a substantial subscriber base, generate hundreds of thousands of views, or have cornered the market in niche content then making revenue from these sources is entirely possible. However, for the majority of creators who fall just below that revenue-generating potential, the site has rolled another feature that could help. Fan Funding is live for a few creators in the U.S., Japan, Mexico and Australia and if it goes well then it will be rolled out for all.

YouTube Analytics and TrueView for E-commerce

What kinds of data can you find in YouTube Analytics? How can you best use TrueView for e-commerce? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk: The best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.

Google’s New ‘Play Store’ Design is More Video Friendly Than Ever

One of the main differences between the Google Play store and the Apple App store is that Google allows the use of video. This is so important for developers, as they can quickly show the potential buyer the top features of the app they are viewing. The Play store's new design is even more video friendly, which is great news all around.
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YouTube Managers, Active Subscribers, Automated Playlists

How and why do you add YouTube account managers instead of sharing passwords? How do you find out your channel's active subscriber base? How do you automate the process of adding videos to a playlist? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO's TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips!

YouTube Creator Discovery Handbook Part 1: Watch Time and Getting Found

YouTube has released another resource, aimed at video creators and marketers who want to get the most out of the site. The new YouTube Creator Discovery Handbook is full of advice, especially for those new to video marketing. In this post, we take a look at Watch Time, and the why YouTube wants all of it's users to be logged in.

YouTube is Bigger Than Facebook: What That Means for Marketers

Earlier this year, YouTube was confirmed as having more unique visitors than Facebook in the US, making it the biggest social network. In this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss what implications that has for marketers.

Hey Trolls, You Can Go Back to Using False YouTube Names Again

When YouTube introduced the new commenting system in November 2013, it was an attempt to tackle a number of issues, one of which included making users accountable for their comments by forcing them to use their real names. After an avalanche of bad feeling from the YouTube community, Google has now reversed the decision.