Shakira’s and Activia's ‘La La La’ Now Most Shared Video Ad Ever

Shakira’s and Activias ‘La La La’ Now Most Shared Video Ad Ever

An ad for Danone’s Activia yoghurt starring Colombian pop princess Shakira has become the most shared ad of all time. The three-and-a-half minute music video – “La La La (Brazil 2014)”, released in partnership with the World Food Programme - has overtaken Volkswagen’s Super Bowl commercial “The Force”, which has held the number one position since February 2011.

47 Different Ways to Promote Your YouTube Channel

47 Different Ways to Promote Your YouTube Channel

When it comes to YouTube, what is it that makes your videos or your channel unique? What value are you providing to the community with your video content? If you can answer these questions, then promoting your channel should become easier for you, and we show you 47 different ways of doing just that!

YouTube Superstars Debut on AOL Original Series ‘Follow Me’

YouTube Superstars Debut on AOL Original Series ‘Follow Me’

The first two episodes of the AOL Original series 'Follow Me’ have premiered, and the debut shows offer a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of two YouTube celebrities, Brittani Louise Taylor, and online video boy group sensation Our 2nd Life. So, what lessons can internet marketers and video content producers learn from BLT and O2L appearing on AOL?

5 Benefits of Having a Mobile TV App Over a YouTube Channel

5 Benefits of Having a Mobile TV App Over a YouTube Channel

While the go-to for your video “brand” has historically been to create your own YouTube channel, this may no longer be the best option in terms of brand exposure. Going forward, creating your own mobile TV App may be a more viable option, whether you’re a YouTube sensation or a casual video creator. Let us examine why…

5 Social Video Facts Every Marketer Should Know About the World Cup and Super Bowl

5 Social Video Facts Every Marketer Should Know About the World Cup and Super Bowl

The World Cup turned out to be the biggest marketing event of all time, and the Super Bowl is, of course, the annual Belle of the Advertising Ball. Both attracted millions in sponsorship and merchandising rights, and we present 5 key findings that brands can learn from as they launch their next tentpole marketing event.

Is YouTube Really Bigger Than Facebook? The Numbers Say Yes

Is YouTube Really Bigger Than Facebook? The Numbers Say Yes

Some marketers, brands, retailers and storytellers still find it hard to believe that YouTube has just passed Facebook and is now the largest social media site. We take another look at the figures, and suggest what can be done with the data.

VidAngel to Clean-Up Streaming Movies and YouTube for Families

VidAngel to Clean Up Streaming Movies and YouTube for Families

First, the news: VidAngel, a site that allows you to stream movies and watch YouTube without the bosoms, blood, or bad words, has raised $600,000 in seed from Alta Ventures and Kickstart. We’ve save the “controversial” stuff for later. VidAngel is powered by a volunteer ...

World's Top Brands Head to San Fran for #ReelSummit TODAY

Worlds Top Brands Head to San Fran for #ReelSummit TODAY

The 2014 Reel Summit starts tomorrow and we've created a hashtag - #ReelSummit – so that all the inspiring content creators, brands, marketers, and video producers who are converging on San Francisco can share what they’re seeing, hearing, learning, and thinking with their clients, customers, colleagues, and communities across social media.

How to Optimize YouTube Tags and Descriptions [TubeTalk #33]

How to Optimize YouTube Tags and Descriptions [TubeTalk #33]

How do you properly tag your YouTube videos? How do you add default tags and descriptions to your YouTube channel? How do you rearrange your YouTube tags? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk, the podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.

Hey Trolls, You Can Go Back to Using False YouTube Names Again

Hey Trolls, You Can Go Back to Using False YouTube Names Again

When YouTube introduced the new commenting system in November 2013, it was an attempt to tackle a number of issues, one of which included making users accountable for their comments by forcing them to use their real names. After an avalanche of bad feeling from the YouTube community, Google has now reversed the decision.