Christophor Rick: ReelSEO Author

Christophor Rick is a freelance writer specializing in technology, new media, video games, IPTV, online video advertising and consumer electronics. His past work has included press releases, copy-writing, travel writing and journalism. He also writes novel-length and short fiction as part of Three-Faced Media .

Recent Posts by Christophor Rick:

The Top Video SEO Practices Used by Marketers in 2013 [Report]

The Top Video SEO Practices Used by Marketers in 2013 [Report]

Video SEO as a marketing discipline is the foundation that ReelSEO was built upon all those years ago. Nowadays, it’s more important than ever and our new survey confirms that 7 out of 10 of you think so too. Read more in our 2013 Video Marketing Trends Report.

Kaltura Offers Native Video App for Out-of-the-Box Video Portal

Kaltura Offers Native Video App for Out of the Box Video Portal

Open source video platform Kaltura has launched its new mobile video app which not only allow users to browse and view video but it also allows uploading of captured video, both live and pre-recorded. It’s a single piece of software for a full-featured social video platform on mobile devices.

94% of Marketers Use YouTube to Distribute Video, 87% Share to Facebook

94% of Marketers Use YouTube to Distribute Video, 87% Share to Facebook

According to the 2013 Online Video Marketing Survey and Business Video Trends Report, almost everyone uses YouTube to distribute marketing videos to the masses making it the leader by a long shot. The next, most-often-used platform is Vimeo. The question was posed as, "What video …

Programmatic Video Ad Buying: A Nuts and Bolts Guide

Programmatic Video Ad Buying: A Nuts and Bolts Guide

Programmatic video ad buying is changing the face of video advertising, as we see automated systems make the media buying decisions rather than individuals. Still confused? Read our handy nuts and bolts guide and find out the benefits for ad buyers and publishers.

IAB Digital Video Rising Stars Announced: Standardising Ad Units

IAB Digital Video Rising Stars Announced: Standardising Ad Units

The IAB has released the final version of their Digital Video Rising Stars Style Guide and Technical Specifications. The guidelines are designed to standardise digital formats for brand advertising, including video ads.

BrightRoll Builds Ad Buyer Trust, Implements IAB Quality Assurance Guidelines

BrightRoll Builds Ad Buyer Trust, Implements IAB Quality Assurance Guidelines

Video advertising services provider Brightroll has implemented guidelines that set the standards for programmatic buying of digital video advertising. The aim is to ensure trust between video advertising buyers and sellers and it’s a significant move for the company.

Leverage the Power of Video and Sell B2B with Vidyard and Salesforce

Leverage the Power of Video and Sell B2B with Vidyard and Salesforce

Video marketing platform Vidyard have teamed up with Salesforce to enable brands to leverage video content for the B2B market. Their new tool allows businesses to see who watched what, for how long and from which location. That’s a lot of very useful data for any sales team.

VideoLC Brings Video A/B Testing to YouTube

VideoLC Brings Video A/B Testing to YouTube

A/B Testing is a simple yet powerful way to measure how your online content is performing but it’s been difficult to implement this for YouTube. However, a new tool to market does just that which means that creators can confirm what is working best for them in terms of optimization.

YouTube MCN Fullscreen Beefs Up Content Creator Platform

YouTube MCN Fullscreen Beefs Up Content Creator Platform

Fullscreen is rolling out a upgrade to their creator platform which gives their YouTube channel partners access to a new range of benefits and apps. The new ‘Sign In with Fullscreen’ service includes tools to assist with captions, music, crowdfunding and merchandise.

YouTube Set to Allow External Ad View Tracking via Nielsen, comScore

YouTube Set to Allow External Ad View Tracking via Nielsen, comScore

From 2014, Nielsen, alongside comScore, will be tracking advertising views on YouTube videos. Why? Because buyers want access to the metrics that both of these companies can provide. But is Google serious about being transparent or do they just want the advertising revenue?

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