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How to Remove An Amazon Instant Video From Your Video Library

This blog post was inspired by a previous post that I wrote, entitled “How To Remove An Amazon Instant Video From Your Kindle Fire.”
While attempting to remove an Amazon Instant Video from my Kindle Fire, I accidentally removed it from my Amazon Video Library (which is located in your Amazon account). As most mistakes do, it taught me another lesson, which I will be sharing with you.

I actually learned How To Remove An Amazon Instant Video From My Video Library from a Google search on removing an Amazon Instant Video. It returned an Amazon forum thread, which at first seemed useless because the thread is so old. Most of the link names have changed on Amazon, so I had to read through and piece together how to do it using Amazon’s newly named “Your Account” and other links.

Here’s what I learned, and how you can Remove An Instant Video From your Amazon Video Library >>

How To Remove An Amazon Instant Video From Your Kindle Fire

Recently, I was playing around with Amazon’s Instant Video feature and came across one of my most favorite aerobics videos by Jane Fonda. I was so excited, I purchased it immediately.

After I made the purchase, I was given the option to download the Instant Video to my Kindle Fire. So, being the curious human being that I am, I did. That was a big mistake. It took up all of my storage space – giving me a message that said,

Critically Low Storage: Your Fire is out of storage space. In order to continue to download or copy content to your Fire, please remove some apps or content files. Wireless functionality and USB file transfers have been turned off until there is more storage space available.”

Learn how to remove an Amazon Instant Video here >>

Google Hangout and How Small Businesses Can Use It For Content Marketing

You may have heard about the “new” (well, not so new anymore) social media platform called Google+.

If you don’t already use it, there’s a multitude of reasons why you should have a presence on Google+, from SEO value to thought leadership. One big reason you should try Google+, a reason often missing from many lists, is the Google Hangout.

A Google Hangout is a tool that allows you to have a group conversation. You can capture photos, share your screen, and message friends. You can also turn any Hangout into a live video call with up to 10 friends. It’s essentially Skype for more than 2 people. Once you hit the “broadcast” button on your Google Hangout, your Google+ connections can watch your video live on your Google+ page. The video will also be posted to your YouTube account to allow for promotion after you’ve held your Hangout.

Watch the video here >>