Posts Tagged ‘video sharing’


Screenshot After Launching an Arabic version, YouTube has started offering local version for Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Yemen. According to Google announcement local version of YoutTube means people who visit the site will see on the homepage the most popular videos in their home country along with those that are rising ...
Screenshot Number 1 video sharing website owned by Google, YouTube now has an Arabic Interface. The move is some how late for Google to bring an Arabic interface for YouTube, since most of its other services are already has an Arabic UI. This move means local Arab video sharing startups such as iKbis and D1G which the later is headed by former Yaho...
Screenshot TwitVid the leading Twitter video sharing platform founded by  University of Waterloo students Mohammad Al Adham from Jordan and Adil Lalani from Pakistan, just launched SocialAds a self-service  an "AdWords" and "AdSense" like for Twitter. Social Ads is the first and only video advertising network that offers advertisers a direct way to gain ...
Screenshot According to a credible source Twitter application twitvid has scored a new round of funding from a number of high profile Arab and American angel investors, as well as Silicon Valley based venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DJF). DFJ, which has invested in startups such as Hotmail (now part of Microsoft) participated in the round...
Screenshot Kareem Arafat and his friends at tootcorp, the mother company that launched around 2 years ago WatWet,Twitter's Arabic clone- has launched a new online project this time around Twitter it self. The new project called Zoofs features an interface that contains the most popular Youtube videos on Twitter and represent them in a nice interface. Zoof...
Screenshot iKbis, Jordan based video and photo sharing site is going ahead with a plans to differentiate it self from its main competitor Google's Youtube as executives of the leading telecom and ISP companies said during a conference lats year that youtube represent around 40% of Internet traffic in the region. iKbis will be launching a number of special...
Screenshot // Recently Internet Services Providers (ISPs) in Egypt announced a new subscription policy called "The Policy of Equitable Downloads" that limits downloading bandwidth and the capacity of download speeds for Internet subscribers. That led to an online revolt by many Internet users across Egypt, using social media platforms, blogs and for...
Screenshot Updated: d1g.com the Jordanian Arab video photo sharing and general Portal startup has announced via a press release that it has completed its first round of financial investments. The press releases states that the first round has attracted a number of regional businessmen and international experts in the internet industry to join the site’...
Screenshot   TwitVid.com which we recently reviewed here, announced a partnership with TwitterFon. With this partnership iPhone users will very soon be able to tweet Mobile videos to their followers by using Twitvid.com which has very recently add a feature that allows Twitter follower to watch those videos instantly- even before finishing the upload- ...
Screenshot Social Networking and video portal site d1g.com, which allows users to share, discuss, and distribute rich online content, has tapped into the knowledge and expertise of online data mining and data strategist, Dr. Usama Fayyad, appintement is a big win for D1g.com.  Dr. Usama Fayyad served as Yahoo!’s Chief Data Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
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