These days, being the first place to binge-view a season of a popular series is nearly as important as being the first place to watch an episode. Netflix wants to own binge-viewing, but networks are starting to exert their authority to ensure that doesn’t happen.
The World Cup was arguably the biggest marketing event of all time. But which brands triumphed? What kind of content attracted the most shares? Were there any themes? And what were the sharing patterns? We take a look at some of the social video lessons that every marketer can learn from the tournament.
Think about the last time you watched a video online or tried to. What prompted it? Was it just a distraction: a guilty pleasure in your Facebook feed? Or something you sought out but either couldn’t find, had to sign up for, or took too much effort? For all our advances, the typical online video experience is still somewhat random. So how do we improve it?
Are video snippets going the way of authorship thumbnails – i.e. disappearing from Universal Search results altogether? ReelSEO’s Greg Jarboe takes a look at the possible changes in the Google algorithm over the past few days that have led to a significant dip in the visibility of video snippets.
OK Go’s music videos on YouTube have been watched more than 218 million times. Several of their videos have upwards of 20 million views, making them the masters of viral music videos. Here are 5 tips to be learned from OK Go, the superstars of music video innovation.
One of the things that video marketers can do to generate content for their channel, or web site, is to interview people in their industry or niche. In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we discuss how to do this effectively.
If you haven’t visited the 2014 Reel Video Summit site lately, check it out today! The ReelSummit, which will be held July 24-25 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco, will feature more experts, gurus, and brands than Dorothy discovered on the Yellow Brick Road.
According to reports, AT&T and T-Mobile are gaining customers faster than Verizon. We take a look at Verizon’s YouTube footprint in relation to AT&T and T-Mobile, in terms of overall share of voice among videos on fan-created channels. In both areas, Verizon, lags behind these other two brands.
The Emmy Awards are embracing and acknowledging original online content, and AOL Video is being rewarded for two of its shows, ‘The Future Starts Here’, and ‘Park Bench with Steve Buscemi’ with two nominations for the 2014 Emmys.
How can you better manage your channel with the new YouTube Creator app for iOS? What are the 4 C’s to marketing start-ups with video? How can you use Tubular Labs to improve your YouTube channel? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk: YouTube Video Marketing Tips.