Yesterday, the YouTube channel, Google for Creators, published a news-related video. This video was hosted by Chanelle Garcia, who, according to her LinkedIn profile, is a Product Marketing Manager at Google.
Here’s a summary of the news:
Twitter announced a livestream shopping feature. My understanding is that, during one of your live streams, this is supposed to allow you to display a shopping option. This is a great way to promote your products during a live broadcast.
Twitter is also bringing its in-app tipping feature to Android.
Reddit is closing Dubsmash, but is integrating its features into the Reddit app.
Square introduces the Square Photo Studio app for online businesses. If you want to display an item, but without a background, you just have to take a picture of what you want to sell, and the app will automatically isolate it from its background.
In Triller news (not Twitter, but something called Triller), there’s a new funding program for Black creators.
Search Insights is the name of a feature YouTube is testing. It’s basically a keyword research tool that goes back 28 days.
For content producers, the relatively little-known Google channel, known as Google for Creators, is a good resource for tips and how-tos pertaining to content creation, productivity, and the life of a creative.
So, that’s your Google creator news for December 2, 2021.