Hello and welcome to News You Can Use, CallRail's regular roundup of the latest and greatest headlines in technology, marketing and the wider business world. Keeping up with the news is an integral part of savvy businesses in any industry - by staying up to employee contact list date with the latest developments in your field, you'll be in a prime position to take advantage of upcoming opportunities or meet future challenges. So without any further throat clearing, let's get to employee contact list the news. 1) Instagram launches long-form video platform (Techcrunch) Whether a competitor would arise to test YouTube's dominance in video was only a matter of 'when'.
Not 'if' – video is far too lucrative a market for Google not to be. disputed. While many analysts expected game-streaming site Twitch to employee contact list become the first serious challenger among pre-recorded long-form video platforms, Facebook apparently took the lead in this contest. The company recently announced that its subsidiary Instagram will soon be unveiling a new long-form video hub, slated to launch on June 20. Users will soon be able to upload videos in Full HD or 4K, and the 60-second limit on video length will be removed. Instagram also plans to launch discovery and sharing features, similar to employee contact list those seen on platforms like YouTube and Vimeo.
And will offer users the ability to monetize their content. While that won't change much of Google and Facebook's duopolistic stranglehold on the digital advertising market, the new and improved Instagram should nonetheless bring some much-needed competition to employee contact list the video space, where Google reigns supreme. Marketers should expect video advertising pricing to employee contact list become more affordable and competitive if Instagram is able to launch this initiative. 2) Apple unveils AI-powered iPhone at WWDC 2018 (Wired) At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in early June, the tech giant wowed the world by unveiling.