18-34 Year-olds LOVE YouTube But Demand Much More From Brands

18 34 Year olds LOVE YouTube But Demand Much More From Brands

18-34 year-olds are in love with YouTube. That’s no surprise, but that doesn’t mean that brands or video creators can throw any old content at them and expect them to watch it. So how do brands reach that audience and really engage with them? In the latest YouTube Insights report, the site gives creators a heads up when it comes to connecting with their target market.

6 Excruciating Video Production Clichés to Avoid Like the Plague

6 Excruciating Video Production Clichés to Avoid Like the Plague

Video creators fall back on clichés because they’re familiar, comfortable, and self-explanatory. They boil an idea down to a few simple words or one iconic image. The flip side is that clichés are overused, meaningless, insincere, and, yes, generic. Your business presumably has a unique story, so why not just tell it.

Watch This Bentley Ad, Shot on iPhone 5S, Edited on iPad Air

Watch This Bentley Ad, Shot on iPhone 5S, Edited on iPad Air

Luxury car maker Bentley shot its latest ad on an iPhone 5s, and edited it (in the back of one of the $300,000 Mulsannes used in the video) using only iPad Air and the iMovie app. You can see the stunning results for yourself.

Cord-Cutters Watch 100 Hours of Video Each Month, Hog 54% of Internet Traffic

Cord Cutters Watch 100 Hours of Video Each Month, Hog 54% of Internet Traffic

A new report from Sandvine states that, in North America at least, consumers are watching 100 hours of streaming video each month, and video traffic accounts for around 54% of downstream bandwidth usage during peak time hours.

How To Measure The Success of Your Video Campaign [Creators Tip #142]

How To Measure The Success of Your Video Campaign [Creators Tip #142]

If you want to make your videos perform well, then you have to measure their success. But there’s so much data in your YouTube Analytics that it can be hard to know where to begin. In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we look at which metrics should you look at first and how can they help you meet your video marketing objectives.

Call for Speakers Now Open for 2014 Reel Video Summit‏

Call for Speakers Now Open for 2014 Reel Video Summit‏

Last year’s Video Marketing Summit was a tremendous success and as a result of the overwhelming demand from the attendees we’re meeting again this year to take our commitment to video marketing even further. The “Call for Speakers” is now open for the 2014 Reel Video Summit, which will be held July 24-25 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.

Why YouTube Views Clampdown Benefits Advertisers

Why YouTube Views Clampdown Benefits Advertisers

Late last year, YouTube changed their algorithm to thwart companies that send traffic to YouTube videos for a fee. So, how are video seeding companies affected by YouTube’s clampdown? And why is it a plus for advertisers?

Optimizing Old YouTube Videos, Using YouTube’s Video Enhancements Tool [TubeTalk #23]

Optimizing Old YouTube Videos, Using YouTubes Video Enhancements Tool [TubeTalk #23]

In this week’s TubeTalk podcast, we discuss how to optimize your old videos on YouTube for a fresh chance at increased rankings, more views and better engagement. We also take a look at YouTube’s Video Enhancements Tools, and the four pillars of YouTube video optimization.

5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 14th May 2014

5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 14th May 2014

What have been the best branded Vines of the past 7 days? Our pick of the stand-outs includes Dunkin’ Donuts and its celebration of moms on Mother’s Day, Nike tricking us into seeing double, The Home Depot showing us that spring has sprung, Coca Cola and the new generation of vending machines, and Nokia reviving the classic 3310, if only for 6 seconds.

Google Quietly Shuts Down YouTube Subscription RSS Feed

Google Quietly Shuts Down YouTube Subscription RSS Feed

RSS feeds are a fantastically organized way to cope with the daily deluge of information coming our way, and until a few days ago, anyone could add a feed from any YouTube account to their reader. You can still subscribe to channels within YouTube, and by doing so you will receive notifications for the latest activity on them, but off-site notifications, via the RSS feed look to be no more.

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