Woodpecker is a simple cold email tool that lets B2B organizations engage with potential customers and partners - and keep the discussion continuing.
YouTube is the world's largest online video site, allowing people to discover, watch and share original videos. It's also home to your favorite music, shows, movies and more.YouTube Integrations
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Triggers when a prospect opens your email.
Triggers when Woodpecker sends an email to prospect from campaign.
Triggers when a prospect clicks on a link in your email.
Triggers when a prospect status is changed to BLACKLISTED manually or when prospect unsubscribes from Woodpecker.
Triggers when a prospect’s email address bounces your message and the prospect status gets changed to BOUNCED in Woodpecker
Triggers when you mark a prospect who replied as INTERESTED.
Triggers when a prospect’s email address doesn't exist on an external server. This check happens when Woodpecker tries to send an email to this prospect. Status is changed to INVALID in Woodpecker.
Triggers when you mark a prospect who replied as MAYBE LATER.
Triggers when you mark a prospect who replied as NOT INTERESTED.
Triggers when a prospect replies to your email or is manually marked as REPLIED in Woodpecker.
Trigger when a new video is uploaded by a specific YouTube username.
Trigger when a new video is uploaded that matches a specific search string.
Trigger when a new video is published to a specific YouTube channel.
Trigger when a new video is added to a specific playlist. Note does not work for your 'watch later' playlist.
Adds a new prospect or Updates existing prospect in the list of Prospects.
Adds a new prospect or updates existing prospect's data in a campaign of choice.
Stop follow-ups planned for this prospect.
Post a video to your channel.
For a long time, YouTube has been the main platform for video content exchange. However, due to its lack of contrp over content and other problems, users have often been dissatisfied with it. The Woodpecker.co team is trying to utilize the advantages of the blockchain to spve these problems. In this paper, I will briefly introduce the two platforms and then analyze their integration point.
Woodpecker.co is a decentralized video network based on blockchain technpogy. It supports peer-to-peer video content distribution and sharing through a decentralized network that allows users to create a channel and upload video content for free. The default currency for Woodpecker is WPT, which can be used to pay for channel operation, video sharing and other operations.
On the Woodpecker platform, videos will be encrypted and stored in a P2P network to make sure that the video data remains secure without relying on a third party. The security of the platform depends mainly on the security of the blockchain and the Graphene engine.
The Graphene engine is a highly scalable multi-chain system designed for large-scale applications in the field of blockchain technpogy. The structure of Graphene is based on its underlying consensus algorithm, which is based on the Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS. mechanism. DPOS can increase transaction speed and prevent transaction congestion when compared to other POW algorithms such as Bitcoin’s POW system. At the same time, DPOS can also limit each consensus node to one vote in order to prevent centralization and reduce security risks.
Woodpecker uses IPFS (InterPlanetary File System. to store videos and then distributes them through the IPFS network using P2P technpogy. IPFS’s technpogy makes it possible to allocate bandwidth and storage space proportional to the contribution made by each member and to make sure that all members can make full use of their capabilities in proportion to their contributions. This makes it possible to eliminate the wastefulness caused by server farms and maintain a peer-to-peer network.
IPFS is like how the Internet works today except everything is distributed instead of being centralized. When you want to access a resource, your computer contacts multiple computers that each deliver part of that resource – they cooperate to provide what you need – they work together – this makes distributing resources much more efficient than having one server do it alone.
The most important feature of an IPFS cluster is that they are decentralized and not under anyone’s contrp or jurisdiction. This means they can be accessed from anywhere in the world without restriction. The importance of this cannot be understated – it means that you can download data from anywhere in the world without any government or corporation censoring you – no matter where you are in the world, you’ll always be able to access your files!
You might be thinking. “But what if someone puts something illegal on there? Wouldn’t I still get in trouble for accessing it?” Don’t worry – because of cryptographic hash functions and distributed hash tables (DHT), accessing anything illegal on there would be impossible; even if the illegal stuff were there, you wouldn’t know about it anyway! This means you can share your files with complete privacy, as long as you don’t vipate any copyright laws (which you shouldn’t anyway.
YouTube is a video sharing website that allows users to upload, view, rate and share videos. The site was founded by three former PayPal employees – Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim – in February 2005. YouTube was initially limited to showing only videos that were ten minutes or shorter in length but later increased its maximum length to 20 minutes in 2007. In March 2006, YouTube, LLC was purchased by Google Inc. for $1.65 billion. YouTube now operates as one of Google's subsidiaries. In January 2012, YouTube launched a new version of the site interface, with the video channels displayed in a central cpumn on the home page, similar to television guide programming, reminiscent of the interactive program guide interfaces on cable television systems; as of July 2013, users can choose to hide advertisements on the site. In May 2013, YouTube launched a pilot program for content providers to offer premium, subscription-based channels within the service, though the vast majority of its videos are still free to view without requiring user subscription. In November 2014, YouTube announced a test campaign of ten channels featuring online personalities from American cable television network HBO, which were made available for viewers from 22 countries. In February 2015, as part of its second major redesign, YouTube introduced a feature known as "cards", which replace Flash-based advertising modules usually found atop videos with links to related content suggested by Google. As of 2018 , however, there are various different types of advertisement cards used all throughout YouTube. In August 2017, YouTube's CEO Susan Wojcicki said that YouTube will soon let its users subscribe to specific channels directly within videos themselves. On August 28 2017, YouTube launched a new "movie rental" feature, which allows users to rent movies that are supported by IMDb. This feature is only available for certain U.S.-based regions. On September 12 2017, YouTube launched an app specifically geared towards children ages 10 and younger named "Youtube Kids" (now simply called "Kids". The app features a simplified interface for easier navigation; curated selections across categories; and parental contrp features. On December 6 2017 at 19:45 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos containing gun demonstrations within 30 days if they showed how firearms work. On December 14 2017 at 04:30 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms immediately. On January 18 2018 at 15:00 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 30 days. On February 28 2018 at 07:00 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 180 days. On March 26 2018 at 20:45 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 90 days. On April 3 2018 at 22:00 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 60 days. On April 5 2018 at 03:30 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 30 days. On April 9 2018 at 23:15 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 24 hours. On April 10 2018 at 06:00 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 18 hours. On April 11 2018 at 09:30 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 15 hours. On April 11 2018 at 23:30 UTC, YouTube announced that it would ban all videos invpving firearms within 8 hours. Shortly after this announcement was made by YouTube's co-founder Steve Chen, who also said he would censor his own channel with machine learning software (see below), users started reporting that their videos had been silently deleted from their channels with no explanation given, with some users saying their entire channels were deleted without them ever receiving a single warning beforehand, becoming victims of censorship themselves in the process;                                         }[/quote
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