Jonathan Paula has built up a hugely successful following on YouTube, where his ‘Jogwheel’ Network now has over 1 million subscribers, and over 330 million views. Jonathan discusses how he found success and YouTube, through shows like “Is It A Good Idea to Microwave This?”.
Ford recreates the jump scene from ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ – in 6 seconds, Subway makes its case for the cucumber, Intel shows us how we can never quite escape the internet, The Home Depot go potted-plant mad, and Sony do something amazing with the HandyCam. Welcome to our best branded Vines of the week.
If you have a lot of video content uploaded to your YouTube channel, it can be hard to find to the exact video you are looking for, particularly if your content is related to just one or two topics. In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we show you how to use the advanced search tool in your Video Manager, to help you find the exact videos you are searching for.
FIFA 2014 kicks off in a couple of weeks, and some of the world’s biggest brands are already cashing in on the attention that the soccer tournament is attracting. Nike, and Samsung top the chart of the most shared World Cup focused video ads, according to a new report from our friends at Unruly.
“Grill the Gurus” is a fantastic opportunity for attendees to the 2014 Reel Video Summit to learn, network, and share information with their peers and industry professionals. You can pick the very Guru you want to meet, or even suggest an expert if you have a particular query just for them!
In this week’s TubeTalk podcast, we discuss the psychological influence YouTubers have on their fans. Also, we tell you how to prevent auto-play when browsing multiple YouTube videos, and highlight the very best length for tutorial videos on YouTube.
If you are a brand or a creator using video as a marketing tool then, as with any other medium, you need to build a loyal fan base. Anyone can watch your video, but not everyone will have the inclination to subscribe so they can engage further with your brand. Here are 11 sure-fire ways that you can generate more lovers of your channel.
Creating consistent, interesting, and relevant video content can be a daunting task, particularly if you are relying on that content to drive sales or other types of conversion. Luckily there are some fantastic, free tools on the market that can help you identify trending topics to give you plenty of ideas.
Say what you like about the way YouTube updated its comments system to integrate with Google+, but it did it cut the head off a lot of trolling activity, and gave creators some breathing space from relentless, and unnecessary attacks. But have we been given a hint about more changes to come?
Does the phrase ‘Parasocial relationships’ mean anything to you? It’s a fancy term for the kind of one-sided connection built up between celebrities, and their fans, and it’s a condition that absolutely flourishes on sites like YouTube. Rock star creators are in the front line when it comes to attracting this type of attention, and they probably have a much bigger impact on people’s lives than they realize.