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Facebook Raises its Video Game with Revenue Share for Creators

There were 56.4 Billion video views on Facebook in June 2015, compared to 34.8 Billion views for YouTube. Now, some creators and brands will get the chance to monetize their video content on Facebook as part of an ad revenue scheme. But don't get too excited yet, as you'll need to become an official Facebook partner first.
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How Setting the Video Production Bar Low Can Lead to Higher Viewer Engagement

Not every brand or creator can produce high quality video using the latest equipment and editing software. But, if you deliberately build a low-tech approach into your video creation and marketing strategy, and set expectations low from the start, you could just win over your target audience.
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YouTube Advertising: Do Partner Revenue Terms Need to Be Clearer?

Creators who monetize their content on YouTube can earn revenue from advertising placed against those videos. But how does that system work? There seems to be some confusion within the community, particularly when it comes to ads being clicked.
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Is 'Attention' the New Metric Video Advertisers Need to Pay Attention To?

Impressions have always been the standard metric when it comes to video advertising, but there's a new KPI in town - the 'Attention Index'. This measures the shift in consumers’ attention, and the impact that has on ad effectiveness. Is 'Attention' the new metric the video advertising industry needs?
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Casey Neistat: YouTube Channel Review - Through the 'Reel' Wringer

'Through the Wringer' is a brand new series from VidiSEO that takes a deep-dive into the video programming and marketing strategy of major players on YouTube - from big-name brands, to top independent creators. This week, we put filmmaker Casey Neistat through the wringer, and he comes out pretty well.
How to Properly Disclose Advertising Relationships for Online Video

Video Creators: How-to Properly Disclose Paid Endorsement Deals

The FTC has very specific and clear guidance on how to disclose paid endorsements in video content. Any time an endorsement is made as a result of a relationship with a sponsor, the video creator must make this clear in the video itself.
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ATTN B2B Marketers: How's Video Working for You? [Survey]

As part of our annual Video Marketing Survey, we want to get a better understanding of the wins, as well as challenges, that face the B2B video marketer. If you're part of a B2B marketing team, we'd love you to participate in this short, 25 question survey.