When considering the five “P’s” of online video: Production, Packaging, Publishing, Promotion, and Profit, which questions should you be asking yourself as you enter into each phase of a video’s life? Those questions are asked and answered here.
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What are some of the steps to follow when trying to make it on YouTube? What things should you always have in mind when you’re giving video a try? Follow these ten commandments to achieve YouTube success.
The benefits of buying video ad space in real time are laid out. With real-time buying set to increase 57 percent by 2014, and will make up 25 percent of the entire online video spend, it’s time to learn what exactly is attractive about programmatic real-time ad buying.
While a lot of us care about how many views a video gets, it’s really the sharing that matters most, especially for brands–when friends share with friends, video gets instant credibility from it, and it doesn’t have the intrusiveness of a brand directly marketing to a consumer.
There are plenty of ways to improve your viewing experience on YouTube with a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are a few awesome ones that you may not know about that will help you find, view, and share videos on your terms.
Brands often suffer from “Television Syndrome” and “Viralitis” when it comes to creating video, expecting the things that work on TV to work on YouTube, or shooting for a viral video when “virality” is more for entertainment value than brand lift. So what’s the cure?
How exactly do you grab viewers attention with video? It’s pretty much down to a science these days. And knowing what engages people when it comes to video is critical in marketing. Here are some of the keys to video engagement.
Getting your first 1,000 subscribers might seem like a somewhat daunting task when you’re first starting on YouTube. Why 1,000? Well it’s the magic mark for enabling your channel for live streaming. Following these tips can bring you closer to that reality.
How do you optimize your presence on YouTube? Here are a few tips and tricks that will get you going in the right direction. Great content requires great analytics so that you can uniquely position your videos in the right places at the right times.
A review of the Go!Animate service, which allows you to create animated videos using your internet connection at a fraction of the cost it would take to hire an animator. An easy-to-use application, does Go!Animate have what it takes?