Stormi Webster is really taking after her mother Kylie Jenner's good looks. The new mom is in awe of her baby's cuteness, so much so that she could not resist sharing new videos of the toddler on Snapchat. In the videos, Stormi was adorned with the app's popular filters, such as pink bear ears and flame emojis. Kylie can be heard cooing to her daughter, "Hi, happy girl. What else did we do?" Kylie said in the final video, and she was rewarded with a huge smile from her daughter.
Amazon has launched a self-publishing platform for video creators, a move that could make money for the company and budding filmmakers in the same way YouTube has created a community of online celebrities. Amazon Video Direct, which kicked off Tuesday, shares money with video creators through the method they choose: ads, subscriptions, rentals, or simply by the number of hours streamed to tens of millions of subscribers of Amazon Prime, its two-day shipping service. Amazon keeps about half the revenue, or if the video is restricted to Prime, it pays a set fee of 15 cents per hour viewed in the U.S. Several production companies made videos available Tuesday including Baby Einstein, Pro Guitar Lessons and Conde Nast. The service allows creators to publish videos in the U.S., Great Britain, Germany, Japan and Austria. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 31 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A video shared online of a woman belly dancing while nine months pregnant is inspiring expecting moms to never miss a step. In a clip posted by "Fit Moms of Instagram," instructor Sara Lyn shows off her dancing skills during her pregnancy a while ago. The video, which has garnered more than 30,000 views, shows Lyn hypnotically swaying her body (and baby bump) to the music inside her dance studio.
Have you been considering include video in your marketing strategy? Keep scrolling to learn why you should invest in it as part of a well rounded and effective marketing strategy! Over the last few years, video's popularity has grown so dramatically that it cemented itself as part of a business marketing strategy that you can't ignore. With a little creativity and a well thought out plan, videos can help a brand (such as yours) stand out from the rest with a unique and unforgettable voice, capturing and holding the attention of an audience while providing useful information. Add onto that the numerous ways you can now share video, from YouTube to social media and beyond, video in your marketing strategy is a no brainer.
As promised, Discord is rolling out video chat and screen share to its entire user base. Some of you may recall that the Slack-style gaming chat app began testing the highly-requested features in August. During the trial run, they were available to around 5 percent of members. Now, anyone can take advantage of video chat in one-to-one calls, or with up to ten people in a direct messaging group. You also have the option to switch between your webcam video and screen share.