For the longest time, Facebook has been one of the go-to social media networks for brands to grow, and connect with, an audience who are receptive to their products or services. But, over the past few months, the organic reach that brands and other Facebook Page owners have has steadily declined to single figures. So how are brands faring on YouTube?
Carla Marshall: ReelSEO Author
Carla Marshall is the Managing Editor of ReelSEO, and the Community Manager for the ReelSEO YouTube Channel. She is YouTube Certified, and specializes in video optimization and organic marketing.
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In our pick of some of the best branded video content on the Instagram platform, Burger King encourages us to throw away our trash, Mini banishes the winter blues, and Coca-Cola goes bad-fashion mad at the Kentucky Derby.
Are you actively pushing video content out on Facebook and want to know how well it's performing? Brands and creators who are used to stats at their fingertips from YouTube have been crying out for some kind of feedback from Facebook and the site is promising to deliver within the next few weeks.
Agencies and individuals have been able to qualify as Google certified experts in Adwords and Analytics for years. Now, at long last, Google Partners who specialize in video advertising can apply for their own certification in the subject.
The key to success on YouTube is not only producing great videos, but also to make sure that your target audience sees them. On this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss how you can do that through paid views using Google’s Adwords service. We take a look at some of the best practices you can use to optimize your content for paid advertising.
The best Vines of the last 7 days include a trip around a full-blown fashion show in 6 seconds, a Doritos/Cheetos mash-up that's too hot even for T-Rex, the launch of Samsung's new Kzoom smartphone, and confirmation on how a handy new phone charger can save you from the world's most boring magazine.
NatGeo, GoPro and NBA are among the most successful brands on Instagram Video when it comes to likes and engagement. We take a look at the videos that have been the most successful for them in the last 7 days, as well as our own picks of the best short-form video content.
Creating great content is important, but YouTube is a very large place with many people creating a lot of videos for viewers to choose from. On this week's Creator's Tip, we are going to talk about the five things you definitely need to optimize on your videos, and on your YouTube channel.
The best Vines of the last 7 days include a trip around San Francisco in a teeny little Ford Mustang, a Peeps/Carb overload from Dunkin Donuts, a handy DIY tip from Lowes, delivery van adventures from eBay, and a lesson in recycling from Hewlett-Packard.
Owners of the Roku 3 have been able to access an official YouTube channel since December, but now the company has rolled out the app to pretty much all of its other devices, including the new Streaming Stick. It's a very welcome, if long overdue, feature for many viewers.
Searching for a live event to watch on YouTube used to be a simple affair. But then YouTube changed the navigation and made it that bit harder to find the broadcast you wanted. Luckily, we have a list of URLs that cover live events in all of the categories you need.
That classic little car, the Mini, shows off its seductive side, Target and M&S go Easter mad, Oreo get inventive, and Tiffany tempts us with a very lovely piece of jewelry. Welcome to the best Instagram Videos of the past 7 days.
comScore's Online Video Rankings are out for March 2014, and they confirm that 187 million Internet-connected Americans watched 46.6 billion online videos, including 28.7 billion video ads. VEVO, ZEFR, Maker and Disney were the top YouTube channels for unique viewers.
8 out of the 10 most shared chocolate ads on YouTube belong to non-branded channels, so even though brands like Mars and Cadbury's own the assets, a poor video marketing strategy has opened the door for others to reap the rewards in terms of views and engagement.
In this weeks Creator's Tip, we take a look at section three of the YouTube Creator Playbook for Brands, which focuses on building a strong programming strategy for your channel. Why is this important? You want viewers to keep coming back time and time again, don't you?