David Holland: ReelSEO Author

Dave Holland joined ReelSEO as Events and Commercial Director in 2012. His enthusiasm for video marketing is contagious and has been the driving force behind his development of video tools and platforms for multiple global clients over the last 5 years.

Recent Posts by David Holland:

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: A Bunny, a Beard And a Bad Joke

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: A Bunny, a Beard And a Bad Joke

For our viral video predictions this week we have a bunny eating raspberries, which is just about the cutest thing ever, Austria’s winning entry for Eurovision, a Digital Short from SNL, and a really horrifying clown prank. Enjoy!

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Spacey, Starbucks and Seatbelts

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Spacey, Starbucks and Seatbelts

Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Spacey make an appearance in our viral video predictions for the coming week. Their barbershop rendition of Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’ has already received 208,676 shares across Facebook, Twitter and the blogosphere.

Top Five Camera Motion Tips From Director Vincent Laforet [Interview]

Top Five Camera Motion Tips From Director Vincent Laforet [Interview]

Vincent Laforet is a Pulitzer Prize winning photo-journalist turned director with a distinguished career behind both the still and motion camera. We jumped at the chance to ask him to choose his top five tips for anyone wanting to grow their expertise in directing motion.

BBC iPlayer Breaks Own Record, 248 Million TV Downloads in March 2014

BBC iPlayer Breaks Own Record, 248 Million TV Downloads in March 2014

Watching the BBC via iPlayer is fast becoming the method of choice for TV viewing in the UK. The state owned broadcaster logged 320 million TV and radio requests through the iPlayer in March 2014, up by 18% year-on-year. That’s a new record for the online catch-up service.

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Now Including Vine and Instagram

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Now Including Vine and Instagram

We’re adding Vine and Instagram short-form videos to our Viral Video Prediction Chart this week, and we’ll count those videos as viral if they double their shares within the next 7 days. These are our predictions.

TED Study Proves That YouTube Commenters Are The Worst

TED Study Proves That YouTube Commenters Are The Worst

A recent study would suggest that people do act differently when it comes to YouTube as opposed to other websites, particularly when it comes to leaving comments for the creator or brand. And, no surprise, YouTube commenters are often much more negative about presenters when it comes to voicing their opinions.

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Kissing is the New Black

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Kissing is the New Black

Kissing girls in real life, the new trailer for season two of ‘Orange is the New Black’, a stunning soccer goal, a brilliantly funny routine from an air stewardess, and a lion vs man stand-off. But which one is going to be the most viral video of the next seven days? These are our predictions.

YouTube’s ‘Preferred Channels’ List Revealed With No Great Surprises

YouTubes Preferred Channels List Revealed With No Great Surprises

For those who’ve been following the latest news on Google’s ‘Preferred Program’ for Advertisers, the list of ‘Preferred YouTube Channels’ has been revealed, and there’s no real surprises. Most of the big names are included such as VICE, Buzzfeed, The Young Turks, iJustine and PewDiePie.

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Gravity, Guns and Grief

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Gravity, Guns and Grief

A missing scene from ‘Gravity’, an exciting One Direction announcement, a feature spot at your very own funeral, and the trailer for Zach Braff’s new movie all feature this week. But which one is going to be the most viral video of the next seven days? These are our predictions.

YouTube More Of a Threat To Music Publishers Revenue Than Thought

YouTube More Of a Threat To Music Publishers Revenue Than Thought

The music industry has often cited piracy and illegal downloading as the main reason for the decline in revenues over the past decade, A recent report on the effect of sales of Warner Brother’s artists during a YouTube blackout, suggests that YouTube may have played a more significant role in loss of earnings than previously thought.

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