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  1. Technology Makes us a Marketing Tool, Demographic and Target By:Natalia Kuch
  2. Introduction What is Technology? Instagram Snapchat Top Search engines YouTube YouTube’s Success YouTube Ad’s Ad Blockers Privacy and Smartphone Apps: Video Included Privacy and Smartphone Apps: Continued Conclusion References
  3. Introduction Technology has expanded a lot over the past years. In 2017 we’ve seen viral videos of gadgets that had come out, all the way to the very popular devices that everyone wants to get their hands on. For example, this year Apple had launched three brand new updated products. Which were the new MacBook and the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Another example of a smaller product that has become very popular, would be a fidget spinner, this year it became viral but it was designed in 2014. It was mainly intended for people with ADHD, yet people wanted to get their hands on it because it was the “next big thing” that happened to go viral.
  4. What is Technology? Technology can be defined in many different ways. It can be described as a vehicle, that helps you get from place to place, to a television that gives you the ability to watch the news, to know whats going on around the world. To make this a little more interesting it could even be described as a dishwasher, to help you get the job done quicker then washing them by hand. Technology is something that was designed to help us in a more efficient and reliable way, and it was also designed to help make humans lives easier.
  5. Instagram Instagram is a social network were you can share pictures and short edited videos, use tags to get noticed, follow people, like and comment on pictures, and the recent update now allows you to live stream.
  6. Snapchat Snapchat is an app that allows you to add friends and share current live updates on what you are doing. You can share pictures, or short videos that will be viewable for approximately 24 hours, before being deleted permanently.
  7. Top Search Engines Google is currently the worlds top search engine. Youtube is the 2nd largest search engine used by users all over the world. infographic
  8. YouTube is an entertainment website were you can share videos, rate, like, subscribe and most importantly be yourself. You can search for anything on YouTube from things such as: makeup tutorials, music covers, people who record their daily lives, and other things like cooking channels. Youtube was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karen. It was founded on February 14, 2005. YouTube is currently owned by Alphabet Inc, the parent company of Google.
  9. YouTube’s Success Many people talk about their success on YouTube and how it's changed their lives. YouTube user’s can make revenue through their subscribers and monetization on their videos. Monetization allows advertisements to play throughout or at the beginning and end of each video. Depending on the amount of views you get, and subscribers you have, you can also make some revenue from that as well.
  10. YouTube Ad’s YouTube has been well known for playing ad’s throughout videos. Some may find it annoying and an inconvenience, waiting until the ad is over or until it allows you to skip the ad after 5 seconds. Thankfully, someone has created a technology called AdBlock. AdBlock allows you to download directly into your extensions through your computer, to block all ad’s from YouTube videos and even ad’s from other websites.
  11. Ad Blockers Ad blockers can be pretty useful if your constantly online, and you find that you are on websites that have lots of advertisements. Sometimes ad pop ups can cause viruses, even if you don’t click on the ad itself. I find ad blockers to be very useful to prevent viruses from happening. AdBlock was created by Michael Gundlach.
  12. Privacy and Smartphone Apps:What data your phone may be giving away. This video is to show how easy it is to get information from apps on your phone. When you download an app, there is always some sort of agreement that you must accept in order to use the app. Once you accept the app terms and conditions on certain apps, you give them the ability to take much of what you consider private information from you.
  13. Privacy and Smartphone Apps: Continued They can check your call logs, text messages, even turn on your microphone and take pictures from your camera without you even knowing. There can be good and bad things that come from this. The bad that can come out of this, is companies that make these apps can easily steal your identity and information from you. The good that can come from this is, companies that take information can make a better experience for users to improve their app.
  14. Conclusion In conclusion, we all use social media sites, wether it’s YouTube, Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. What we don’t realize is, when we put information into these sites they gather your information to find out what your likes and dislikes are. They can create a profile on you and use your information to sell to companies that advertise to people in the target audience they are after.
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