Crowdfunding and Fan Funding Options for YouTube Creators [#TubeTalk #42]

Crowdfunding and Fan Funding Options for YouTube Creators [#TubeTalk #42]

How do you use Patreon, Tubestart, and YouTube Fan Funding (aka the "Tip Jar") to get your fans to support your YouTube channel? Find out on this week's ReelSEO's TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube marketing tips and advice.

5 Quick Wins For Promoting Your Brand on YouTube

5 Quick Wins For Promoting Your Brand on YouTube

To create a strong presence on YouTube, you need to implement an effective branding strategy right across your channel. Get that message right, and you'll have visibility and consistency wherever your video content shows up on YouTube. We show you 5 effective methods to brand your video content that will give you some very quick wins.

Rainy Days & Big Screens Push Online Video Engagement

Rainy Days & Big Screens Push Online Video Engagement

According to a new report, the weather plays a big part in our online video viewing habits. Online video engagement surges on rainy days, when viewers are 40% more likely to stay indoors and watch content on larger screens. However, when it's sunny, we are 6x more likely to watch "snack-sized" videos on our mobile devices.

Real-time Stats Arrive on YouTube With Minute-by-Minute Data

Real time Stats Arrive on YouTube With Minute by Minute Data

YouTube Analytics are a goldmine for creators and marketers, but for those of us who are in and out of the dashboard all day, the slight delay in reporting of some of the viewing stats has been a little frustrating. YouTube has finally rolled out a real time section which is perfect for monitoring a big-time campaign, or just for keeping an eye on video engagement as you upload and promote via your social feeds.

Get the Lyrics For Every YouTube Music Video With This Chrome App

Get the Lyrics For Every YouTube Music Video With This Chrome App

A brilliant new Chrome app from musiXmatch allows you to sing along with the lyrics to almost any music video that's been uploaded to YouTube. With a database of over 7 million song lyrics, and some impressively accurate software, it's the best way to find the lyrics to a song on YouTube by far.

Video Production and Copyright: Innocent Infringement is Not OK

Video Production and Copyright: Innocent Infringement is Not OK

The world of copyright infringement is often very confusing. We bring you some insight from a top attorney who specializes in the constantly changing areas of copyright, trademark, and intellectual property, about two of the biggest myths: you must register your work to protect it, and innocent infringement is OK.

3 Metrics Ratios to Measure YouTube Channel Success [Creators Tip #160]

3 Metrics Ratios to Measure YouTube Channel Success [Creators Tip #160]

On this week's Creators Tip, we take a look at 3 of the most important YouTube ratios to measure. For instance, how many YouTube views should you expect to get based on your level of subscriber growth? And how many likes to views is a good indication of engagement?

Reddit + Video: A Comprehensive Guide for Video Marketers

Reddit + Video: A Comprehensive Guide for Video Marketers

Proclaiming your website to be the "front page of the internet" takes some chutzpah, but in the case of Reddit, there is a lot of truth in that assertion. Reddit attracted 135,017,412 unique visitors in Aug 2014, and is arguably, the source for everything shiny-new, and popular on the internet today. Read our tips for reaching your target audience on the site.

YouTube Keyword Research Tips for Video SEO [#TubeTalk #41]

YouTube Keyword Research Tips for Video SEO [#TubeTalk #41]

What are some good YouTube keyword suggestion websites? Where can you use YouTube keywords? How can you find good keyword tips using your own YouTube Analytics? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO's TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.

50% of Video Views Will Be Via Mobile in 2016 [Research]

50% of Video Views Will Be Via Mobile in 2016 [Research]

27% of consumers are already watching online video via their mobile device, but that figure is set to double in 2016, when around 50% of us will regularly turn to our smartphones and tablets to watch the clips we want to. And, according to new research, the bigger the mobile screen the better when it comes to long-form video viewing.