Can brands really map out a viral video strategy in 2015? And, can a video really go viral without some kind of paid distribution and marketing strategy? We discuss these questions and more, in this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk podcast.
If you have an introverted personality, or are just very shy, appearing in front of a video camera can be a daunting prospect. But don't worry, we have 5 very valuable tips that should make your life on film that little bit easier.
Can sponsored content can ever really flourish on YouTube when so many viewers react so badly against it? Yes, absolutely! But it needs to be done right. Read our 5 top tips for creating the best type of endorsement videos.
We know that product page videos are a very effective way of engaging the potential customer, but do they really effect the bottom line when it comes to generating revenue? A new report suggests they can actually increase the average order value by as much as 50%!
Getting the basic lighting and camera angles right in video production is absolutely essential if you want to create quality content. We take you through the basics that everyone should know.
The parody video is a very popular genre on YouTube and other on-line video sites, but how should brands respond to that content when it crosses the line and becomes a reputation management issue?
YouTube has confirmed the most popular keyword searches on the site for 2014, and it's no surprise that 'music', and 'movies' appear in the top three. But did you know that 'Minecraft' is the second most popular search term on the video site?
Did you know that you can create YouTube playlists directly from YouTube's own search results? This is such a handy feature for so many reasons. We show you how to do it in this week's Creator's Tip.
The Internet is still growing at a fast pace, and video is playing a huge part of that. But, with consumers streaming more online video content than ever, ISPs are already feeling the pain of maintaining the bandwidth required. How will publishers and platforms cope with the ever growing demand for video?
When I started ReelSEO back in 2007, online video was still an infant and online video marketing was just being born. At YouTube, just six hours of video content was being uploaded to the site each minute -- versus more than 300 hours/min nowadays.