Did you know that up to 60% of your YouTube channel views can come from outside your own country? YouTube does, and has introduced some exciting new translation tools to help brands and creators reach as wide an audience as possible.
80% of YouTube views come from outside the U.S., and nearly 70% of views come from non-English speaking countries. If you want to reach an international audience, then translating your closed captions into other languages gives your brand a huge opportunity to expand your potential share of the global market.
Now that Facebook users are watching 1 billion videos on the site every day, any opportunity to make that video content accessible to all users is welcome. Facebook has now enabled the ability to add closed captions to videos uploaded to its site (if you are in the U.S.).
YouTube has announced lots of new features, and the site's new functionalities include the ability to upload video at 48 and 60 frames per second, something that the video-game streaming community has long been calling for. There's a raft of new tools for creators too, including more opportunities to monetize.
How do international companies, like Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Nestlé, and MacDonald’s adapt their video advertising and marketing campaigns for local audiences? We take a look at the different approaches taken in Spain and how these transnationals are engaging with Spanish consumers.
Video localization is a complex process, but it doesn't have to make your head spin. Let's take a closer look at some best practices for voiceovers and subtitles can help you understand which route is best for your video localization projects.
In this week's Creator's Tip, we show you how to force closed captions to appear on your YouTube videos. This can be very handy for a number of reasons, particularly when you want to used closed captions in different languages for international web pages.
China's online population is over 600 million people, and the online video viewing population is more than all of America at 450 million. That's expected to grow to 700 million in the next few years. Check out the info on the world's largest online video viewing audience, China.
Video SEO as a marketing discipline is the foundation that ReelSEO was built upon all those years ago. Nowadays, it's more important than ever and our new survey confirms that 7 out of 10 of you think so too. Read more in our 2013 Video Marketing Trends Report.
The world is getting smaller and a great marketing campaign can cross many borders. But how do you reach a potential audience with video content that's limited to a single language? We give you 3 great tips for translating video for a global market.
YouTube is teaming with professional services Gengo and Translated.net to bring strong foreign language translation capabilities to your videos. After you upload English captions, you'll have the ability to "Request Translation" in your Video Manager, and you can either invite friends to translate or go with the pros.