Did you know that when it comes to videos about consumer electronics, branded product teasers are the most popular on YouTube? Did you also know that when that product is released, it's user-generated content from independent vloggers that attracts the most attention? A new report from Pixability highlights the way brands are missing out on huge opportunities to engage with potential customers and fans.
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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 specializes in video optimization and organic marketing.
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Of the 4 million daily tweets that include a YouTube link, only 15% include a mention of the creator. YouTubers are missing out on tweets from potential influencers because those tweets fail to include any reference to the channel or the creator. But now, users of Tubular Labs will receive instant notifications whenever their video is tweeted out by an influential Twitter account.
Samsung shows off its impressive top-of-the-range home appliances, ToyotaUSA takes us places, Oreo tempts us with its berry cookie, Vans invite us to Surf City USA, and Gucci launches its new range of very expensive things. Welcome to the best Instagram videos of the past 7 days.
Facebook has confirmed that it is adding a new metric to its video ranking algorithm that will affect how much video content a user will see in their own News Feed. 'Watch Time' will now be taken into account, and users who love watching videos can expect to see more of this type of content, and users who don't engage as much will see less.
A new report states that 56% of viewers skip video ads most of the time. More encouraging news comes in the form of 20% of respondents confirming that they are prepared to sit through video ads, and 24% of those questioned indicating that great video ad content will make them stick around until the very end.
In this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss the top three influencers for video SEO on YouTube. We confirm the three biggest factors that effect how your videos perform in the search ranking results, and what that means for the content that you are creating.
New stats from YouTube confirm that users have already watched 4x more 2014 World Cups ads than 2014 Super Bowl ads. That’s more time spent watching ads than if you watched every World Cup game in history! Ads by Activia (with the help of Shakira), Nike, and Samsung Mobile are grabbing most of the attention.
When using Google, not every query will trigger Universal Search Results, but a new study from Searchmetrics, states that 85% of search queries in the U.S. do, with video content now appearing for around 65% of user queries. No surprise that 54% of those video results are for YouTube videos.
Danio yogurt continues its war of terror on other snacks, Lowes shows you how to make the world's most boring decorating job that much easier, Samsung shows off the Galaxy TabS, and Intel score a hole-in-one. Welcome to the best Vine videos of the week.
Cornetto tempts us with its ice cream products for the coming hot summer, Monster Energy creates a brand new flavor just for Valentino Rossi, Samsung announces the new TabS, we get a history lesson about the U.S. soccer team jersey, and Lego goes crossword mad. These, and other, best Instagram videos of the week.
YouTube will drop music content from indie artists who haven't signed up to the site's new premium music-streaming service. And we're not talking obscure little bands here, but global megastar acts like as Adele, Radiohead, and Jack White - musicians for whom YouTube has been a major promotional tool.
As a video marketer, that might entail creating some email marketing that includes video content. On today's Creator's Tip, we give you a very simple tip to help you increase the click-through rate (CTR) on those video emails.
Ghostbusters, National Donut Day, mischievous snacks, sofa-surfing, and impressive football skills all take center-stage for this week's round-up of the best Vines of the past seven days. Nike, ESPN, Samsung, Danio, and Sony Electronics all produced some of the best micro-videos of the week.
According to the new study, video is predicted to account for an unprecedented 84% of all Internet traffic by 2018, an increase of 6% over the video's current slice of the online pie. That's the equivalent of 4.5 trillion YouTube clips. 4K video, and the 'Internet of Things' are also going to play a bigger part in our internet consumption in four years time.
Burger King adds a little extra to the dating process, Coca-Cola ushers in the summer with a familiar sound, Mercedes-Benz drives it fans wild, and Virgin America gets caught in the act. Watch these, and other, best Instagram videos of the past 7 days.