Losing your collection of video files because of a hard drive or other technical failure can be devastating but luckily, if you've uploaded any of that content to YouTube in the past, then it's very easy to retrieve. Just follow the simple instructions in this week's Creators Tip!
You’ve probably never heard of William Arthur Ward, one of America’s most quoted writers of inspirational maxims. That’s because he wrote for magazines like Reader’s Digest and newspapers like the Fort Worth Star-Telegram a couple generations before YouTube was launched. But, Ward wrote something that ...
While at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we got three TrueView advertising tips from Digital Media Marketing Consultant Julie Perry. Admittedly, one is kind of sneaky and awesome in its brilliance. And the two others? Well, they're good too.
Our next-to-last panel at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit was "Best Practices to Optimize the Video Advertising Opportunity," and we had experts from TubeMogul, Google, Essence, and Mediasmith telling us all about the best practices when it comes to advertising in online video.
Pixability just did a report on the top 100 brands and how they use YouTube. These brands have a "YouTube Creator Playbook" mentality when it comes to publishing content, using the proper SEO, implementing strong social media practices, and more.
Creating compelling content...it's an impossible thing to teach but it does have certain qualities you should be aiming for. What does the Contemporary American Theater Festival have to say about creativity that we can apply to video?
What will Greg Jarboe be talking about at the Reel Summit taking place later this month? Well, how to create advertising that makes that cash register ring, using the teachings of David Ogilvy, who literally wrote the book on advertising.
YouTube’s emphasis on watch time over number of views has changed the game for video marketers. Win it by telling a narrative with the three most important pieces of metadata you have: title, thumbnail, and description.
Who will you see at the Reel Video Marketing Summit, and why should you attend? Here's a good three reasons why, and like successful video itself, it all comes down to content. What kind of content will you be seeing at the Summit? Read on.
Reel Summit is happening on July 25-26 in San Francisco and despite the fact that you love us unconditionally, you should probably know exactly why you need to attend before deciding to go. I talked to our founder Mark Robertson to hash out why a video marketer should want to go.
Sure, you might want to use social media to help launch your video, but how exactly do you do that and keep audiences engaged? Luckily, there are a great many tips to make your social media video campaign a success, and make it fun.
There are quite a few important steps a YouTube sports channel should take when uploading content. For instance, did you know that sports are a global phenomenon and should be maximized for overseas viewing? And that there should never be an off-season? Part 2 of the series.
How can certain networks that are successful on cable figure out this YouTube thing? One way is to realize what kind of audience is on YouTube and go after them, rather than appealing to the same audience that watches the cable network. YouTube is all about direct relationships with consumers.
ReelSEO and the Web Video Marketing Council want to know how you market video. What kind of content are you putting out? What platforms do you use? What kind of SEO tactics do you implement to get your video seen? In 2012, 81% of marketers used video in their programs. How much more or less do we use it now?
Fujifilm Sonosite produces portable, compact ultrasounds that can be used in point-of-care cases. This is how they use YouTube to spread the word about high-performance ultrasounds that can be taken to remote areas and help those in need, and meanwhile, rank highly for a coveted search phrase.