Outreach is a vital part of video marketing but how do you find out who is linking to your video or who has embedded that video on their site? How do you know who is sharing your content with their own followers on Twitter. We give you some tips and tricks in this week's Creators Tip.
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Annotations are not only a ranking factor in YouTube, they are also incredibly affective for driving viewers to your other videos and to internal and external links. But how do you know if they are really working for you or not? We take a look at the YouTube Analytics Annotations reports.
YouTube is a fantastic resource for those looking for business advice, support and ideas but it's not always easy to find the best videos for your specific needs. We take you through our pick of the ten business Channels.
Losing your collection of video files because of a hard drive or other technical failure can be devastating but luckily, if you've uploaded any of that content to YouTube in the past, then it's very easy to retrieve. Just follow the simple instructions in this week's Creators Tip!
In this week's Creator's Tip video, I talk through the options for hosting live streaming events with YouTube - on Youtube.com vs. on your own website using YouTube's embedded player. Which is better for your brand, your live stream event, and your viewers?
An effective marketing strategy always starts with determining the goals for the campaign and video content is no exception. In this weeks Creator's Tip, we talk to CJ Bruce of New Antics about how good planning before the video even goes into production will benefit everyone involved in the process.
While at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we got three TrueView advertising tips from Digital Media Marketing Consultant Julie Perry. Admittedly, one is kind of sneaky and awesome in its brilliance. And the two others? Well, they're good too.
At the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we asked some of the experts, who just-so-happened to be walking around, what kind of tips they would give to creators when they're launching their videos. Suzie Reider, Jim Louderback, and many more offer their thoughts.
How do you get your video to gain some steam once you publish it? How do you get people to care? I mean, you know it's good...but how do you get others to feel the same way? It's all about finding influencers who have the same interests as you, and learning how to talk to them.
Here's exactly why you should be using TrueView ads when you set up a YouTube marketing campaign, as illustrated by Greg Jarboe in this week's Creator's Tip. Jarboe has seen why these ads are incredibly powerful in today's YouTube advertising.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AdWords for Video* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) [Creator's Tip #102]
In this week's Creator's Tip, we go long! We get BLASTmedia's Ryan Noel to tell us everything about AdWords for Video: where to start, who to target, where the ads will appear, the frequency at which they will appear, and so on. Follow this video to start becoming a master.
How do you get people talking about your content in a meaningful way, and getting all the social value out of YouTube that you can--driving engagement and creating a community of people who actively care about your content? Well, here are ten awesome ways to do that.
Do you want a specific URL using a specific tag that shows up frequently in your videos and group them into one big playlist or page? Here's how to find it. You can categorize your videos in a number of ways using this handy tip.
We talk to Rob Sandie at vidIQ about three simple practices that can help drive views. While good content is a great place to start, this is how you can position it to thrive. And there's all sorts of statistics to back it up. Boom.
Sometimes you want to upload lots of videos to your channel, or you want to upload video responses. How do you make it so that certain videos don't go to your subscriber boxes? This simple tip will allow you to upload videos you want to make public, but bypass notifying your subscribers.