YouTube is developing a new child-friendly site in a bid to completely filter out those videos more suitable for adults than those under 10 years old. Google is talking to developers, and creators of children's content, to offer a site that parents can trust.
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Carla Marshall is the Managing Editor of ReelSEO, and the Community Manager for the ReelSEO YouTube Channel. She is YouTube Certified, and specialises in video optimisation and organic marketing. She has a background in search and social media.
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Rejoice, UK lovers of streaming media. After a considerable (and baffling) delay, Chromecast is set to hit the shelves in Britain this coming Wednesday. PC World, Dixons and Currys will be selling the dongle from 9am on the 19th March.
'First Kiss' and 'Obama vs Galifianakis' may have dominated social media, and the news headlines this week, but we still have a lot of love for some of the other videos you may have missed in the last 7 days. Welcome to Fun Video Friday.
If you use Google's Trueview advertising platform then you should be aware that there are some significant changes being made to formats and settings for video advertising on YouTube videos, YouTube search and on the Google Display Network.
If you are a brand or a creator on YouTube, you may be tempted to disable the comments on your videos, especially if they are always overwhelmingly negative On this week's Creator's Tip, we but we want to give you a few reasons why you might want to reconsider that decision.
In a new report, 73% of consumers confirmed that they were more likely to buy a product or sign up for a service if they first watched a business video that explained the product to them. A staggering 96% said that video content was useful when making purchasing decisions online.
'First Kiss' has generated 27 million views in just a couple of days but how many viewers would have taken the time to watch it had they known in advance that it was in fact a video ad for a clothing company? Admittedly, a brilliant, highly-shareable one, but an ad all the same.
For the second time in just a few months, there's a major outage over at YouTube and it's causing chaos for creators, viewers and publishers.
It may be out of the reach of many, but a spot for the new Maserati Ghibli topped the most watched video ad on YouTube last month, followed closely by the 2014 Super Bowl ad from Chrysler, which featured everyone's favorite folkie Bob Dylan.
Disney is reported to be in talks to acquire Maker Studios, in a bid to acquire one of the biggest, and most successful YouTube networks around. The deal is rumored to be worth around $500 million and could be a major coup for Disney.