Who owns the relationship? That seems to be the broad question that has erupted during the latest string of back-and-forth accusations over YouTube’s partnership with creators. So is putting your content on YouTube a good or bad thing, anyway?
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Sure, you might want to use social media to help launch your video, but how exactly do you do that and keep audiences engaged? Luckily, there are a great many tips to make your social media video campaign a success, and make it fun.
User generated video is gaining more and more ground in today’s marketing landscape. But what can YOU do with user generated video? Here are 8 ways to get you going, but first off all we take a look at the rise of “UGV”.
Writing the script for a narrated explainer video can be tough, especially when you're trying to visualize a whole bunch of information and trying to figure out the timing of everything. The following video demonstrates how to use Celtx when writing the script for your explainer video.
Much of the same ads from April made the Unruly Viral Video Chart for May, but quite a few new ones were still able to make their mark. Quite a few phone ads, especially from Samsung, made the list, as well as Kmart's new "Big Gas Savings."
When you go to a doctor, do you want them to go ahead and take care of your teeth while they're at it? That's why it's strange when those seeking video want a jack-of-all-trades who can do everything related to a video production. For small stuff, it's OK. For quality productions, it's a problem.
There are a number of sites online where you can sell your videos. Here's a nice list of video-capable sites where you can earn money, and not just the well-known destinations like YouTube and Vimeo. But we cover those, too.
Properly optimized and posted video-newsletters keep today's video-oriented customers updated while providing solid SEO benefits for small and local businesses. What kind of tentacles can a video-newsletter use to reach out?