YouTube has broken radio silence with regard to the new comments system but only to acknowledge that there were some teething troubles and they are now being sorted out. No reference has been made to the backlash so it looks like the feature is here to stay. They are gunning after Bob and his tank though.
Channel Pages is only two months old but it already has 30 million subscribers and 300 million monthly views. The collaboration platform matches creators with creators and creators with brands, and right now, the demand from brands is outstripping supply, which is great news for YouTubers.
Twas the Monday 'fore Thanksgiving and all through the 'Net not a creature was stirring, except industry vets. The turkey was tucked all safe in the fridge, while visions of vacation were seen on the ridge. Alright, I am certainly not a poet that's for ...
According to the 2013 Online Video Marketing Survey and Business Video Trends Report, almost everyone uses YouTube to distribute marketing videos to the masses making it the leader by a long shot. The next, most-often-used platform is Vimeo. The question was posed as, "What video ...
Programmatic video ad buying is changing the face of video advertising, as we see automated systems make the media buying decisions rather than individuals. Still confused? Read our handy nuts and bolts guide and find out the benefits for ad buyers and publishers.
Monty Python are undergoing something of a revival, with their first live show in 30 years selling out in just 44 seconds. But did you know that the launch of their YouTube channel not only increased DVD sales by 23,000% but has attracted 75 million views and counting.
User-generated content delivers 26 times more views for Microsoft on YouTube than their own videos do. With the release of the Xbox One, fan uploads of the unboxing and set up of the console are a huge contributory factor to the brand's visibility online.
Achieving corporate success with video does not necessarily require 1 million YouTube views. Sometimes a well-calculated strike to your target audience from a credible expert can make all the difference, even when that audience is relatively small.
GoldieBlox and The Beastie Boys are locking legal horns over the use of the track "Girls" in a video which has notched up 7.4 million views in under a week. GoldieBlox claim the song is used as a parody so it falls under Fair Use but the group disagree and are claiming copyright infringement.
A Google+ security issue could bring down your whole YouTube channel, Vine gets more languages to play with, Google Glass takes a step closer to prescription lenses and LOVEFILM comes to the Xbox One. More on these and other stories of the day from ReelSEO.
The IAB has released the final version of their Digital Video Rising Stars Style Guide and Technical Specifications. The guidelines are designed to standardise digital formats for brand advertising, including video ads.
Kermit the Frog meets his nemesis in the new Muppets movie trailer, 3 sassy young girls build the best Rube Goldberg contraption, Air New Zealand take us to Middle Earth and everyone seems to be doing the splits. Welcome to Fun Video Friday.
HBO GO comes to Google Chromecast, Pharrell stars in a in 24-Hour interactive music video, Adblock Plus strips YouTube of every feature you hate and Spongebob Squarepants finds a new home on Hulu Plus. More on these and other stories of the day from ReelSEO.
Did you know that you can post a message with a link to your YouTube subscribers from within YouTube itself? This is a fantastic way of reaching out to your audience without having to create video content to do it. We show you how in this week's Creator's Tip.
Let's take a look at 5 of the best branded Vines of the last week including Oreo's spin on the Portal video game, Samsung's greedy Galaxy Note, Capital One's manic office clerk and some beautiful animation from the BBC to say thank you for all who donated to Children In Need.
Kmart have annoyed a section of their customer base yet again this year with their new Christmas ad that features men in boxer shorts dancing out the tune to "Jingle Bells" with some slick hip action. Kmart are refusing to pull the ad which has already attracted nearly 10 million views in 5 days.