This Week’s Link Roundup #27

Every week millions of interesting links pop up around the Web. Some detail updates and advances in technology, some provide great insight to marketing strategies and tactics, some broaden our knowledge of the world around us, and others are just plain out-there. Since most of the staff at Aristotle share these links with each other, we thought we’d share them with you too. Enjoy.


  • YouTube drops ad prices.
    What used to be a $62-million minimum is now only $1 million. Bargain! But seriously, these ad structures are for giant brands that want sitewide impressions. If you’re hoping to promote a video, YouTube channel or website on a small budget, you’d use the cost-per-click model that’s relatively inexpensive. Leave me a comment below, and I’ll explain.
  • Instagram introduces Photos of You.
    Almost identical to Facebook’s photo tagging, the popular photo social network now enables you to tag photos with your friends, which includes businesses. So if you use Instagram for your company, encourage your fans to tag you.


  • First website brought back to life.
    The World Wide Web celebrated its 20th birthday this past week. In honor, the first website ever made was resurrected and is now live to see.
  • Google+ Hangout adds remote desktop.
    If you have friends or family that often ask for your technical know-how over the phone, get them Google+ Hangouts. Now you can remote desktop in and fix the problem no matter where you are.


  • Elvis’s first-ever Google+ Hangout.
    If you were not aware, our client Elvis Presley Enterprises hosted their first Google+ Hangout. The video is now up on their channel. You may even see a familiar face (spoiler: Me!)


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This Week’s Link Roundup #28