Do you want your fans and subscribers to be able to financially contribute to your YouTube channel to allow you to create even more video content? If your account is in good standing, and you live in one of the four countries that allows you to enable Fan Funding, here is our guide to setting up this Tip Jar feature.
Interview videos make for very valuable content for video marketing and promotion. We have conducted a lot of video interviews here on ReelSEO, and picked up many tips along the way. We share 9 of those best practices with you on this week's Creator's Tip
Video is an incredibly powerful medium for charities and non-profit organizations to use as part of their digital marketing strategies. This year alone, branded non-profit videos have generated 670 million views, and raised awareness for a huge number of causes.
InVideo Programming allows you to add some interactivity to your YouTube videos, like a branded watermark, image, or feature video or playlist. On this week's TubeTalk podcast, we discuss the ways in which InVideo Programming can help promote your YouTube channel.
YouTube has witnessed unprecedented growth since Google acquired it in 2006. But could 2015 be the biggest year yet in the site's history? We take a look at some of the possible changes ahead for YouTube, and what that could mean for the industry.
Who would have thought that a black and white ad about total strangers kissing would have generated 157 million views and beat Nike, Samsung, and Budweiser to become the most viewed video advertising campaign of 2014? We take a look back at some of the other most successful video ads of the year.
New research by Google confirms that views of unboxing videos increased by 57% in 2014, generating an incredible 1 Billion views since January alone. 1 in 5 of us has watched an unboxing video, and 62% of consumers have stated that they have used them as part of their research into a product.
Penguins, ducks, WWI footballers, and LeBron James were among the stars of the top 20 most shared online video ads of November 2014. These ads were favorites with thousands of users across Facebook, Twitter, and the blogosphere.
300+ hours of video are being uploaded to YouTube every minute. That's 18,000 hours of video uploaded every hour, or, 18,000 days of video uploaded every day. So what does that amount of content mean for advertisers who are bidding against it, and for creators who want to benefit from monetization?
While Facebook remains the social network with the most users, more online adults visit YouTube every month to watch video content. But in the last 6 months, Facebook has only seen a 2% growth in users, compared to 25% for YouTube.