It seems that consumers simply cannot get enough online video content. Online video consumption is expected to account for 80 percent of the world’s internet traffic by 2019. Consumption of video content is rising dramatically as sites like Facebook make it even easier for people to record, upload and play videos from computer, tablets and smartphones. People love video content and are beginning to expect it from the places where they want to purchase products and services.
Consumer technology is moving so quickly that it seems as soon small business owners master the latest, greatest thing, there is another one that outdates it. One of 2015’s biggest trends on social media and video viewing is Periscope, the live-streaming broadcast tool that is owned by Twitter. Everyone from Tyra Banks to Arnold Schwarzenegger has a Periscope account – but what about small businesses? Is Periscope a tool that is really necessary or helpful? Let’s take a closer look.
When the Google search engine first hit computer screens, it was unlike anything that had been seen before when it came to indexing the world’s information. The way Google Search looked back then and the way it looks today are worlds apart, of course, and the original search engine look seems archaic by today’s standards.