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Demographics are current statistical characteristics of a population. These types of data are used widely in sociology (and especially in the subfield of demography), public policy, and marketing. Commonly examined demographics include gender, race, age, disabilities, mobility, home ownership, employment status, and even location. Demographic trends describe the historical changes in demographics in a population over time (for example, the average age of a population may increase or decrease ...

6 Awesome Rules for Successfully Funding Your Web Series

6 Awesome Rules for Successfully Funding Your Web Series

If you’ve ever struggled to produce high-quality web shows because you have no money, this guide is for you. It’s a struggle for many creators to get funding because they follow advice that is 100% wrong. The industry is rapidly changing and dumping your show onto YouTube and crossing your fingers that it goes viral, or producing pilots on extended credit is madness! Web TV now works the SAME WAY the broadcast TV business works, so follow our battle plan for raising revenue

VidCon, YouTube Apps Permissions, and vidIQ [TubeTalk #30]

VidCon, YouTube Apps Permissions, and vidIQ [TubeTalk #30]

How do you get the most out of VidCon? How do you remove YouTube apps permissions? How can you improve your YouTube presence with vidIQ? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO’s TubeTalk Podcast.

Data-driven Creativity Produces Most Successful Video Ad Campaigns

Data driven Creativity Produces Most Successful Video Ad Campaigns

Coming up with a great video ad concept is a true art form. But just as a boring or confusing commercial won’t hook a single viewer, the best video ad in the world won’t significantly drive sales if it reaches the wrong people or is distributed over the wrong channels. A successful campaign needs the best of both worlds: effective use of data mixed with inspired creative elements.

YouTube Brand Marketing: Video Ads are the New Focus Group

YouTube Brand Marketing: Video Ads are the New Focus Group

Today, brands have access to more YouTube data than they can shake a stick at. The video ad campaign is the new focus group, and it may be time to change the way ads are created and distributed so that viewers actually engage more.

One Quarter of U.S. Adults Watch Video on Smartphones Weekly [Report]

One Quarter of U.S. Adults Watch Video on Smartphones Weekly [Report]

Experian broke out mobile video viewing in their latest report along with some info on what ages are watching, when they watch, where they watch (as in site and app) and whether or not they feel video ads on smartphone or tablet are useful. Want to put a wager on which demographic thought them most useful and which said least?

YouTube UK Offers Insight into its Users’ Behaviour [Infographic]

YouTube UK Offers Insight into its Users Behaviour [Infographic]

Google UK wanted to show that UK YouTube users weren’t an anti-social lot with no friends and no interactions online, but were actually pretty active and engaged. So, they teamed up with Ipsos and produced a nifty little infographic that gives the world some insight into British Internet habits.

Optimize Your YouTube Content for a Multi-Channel Strategy

Optimize Your YouTube Content for a Multi Channel Strategy

YouTube has been an online marketer and video creators dream come true. But it’s time that you move past that and stop coughing up control and revenue when you could be doing so much more with your online video campaigns. JWPlayer’s new whitepaper talks all about optimizing your YouTube channel as the spear in your online video marketing thrust that will bring more and more users to your own sites where you have control and more revenue to your pocket, where you want it.

Publishers See Major Opportunity for Mobile Video Monetization [Report]

Publishers See Major Opportunity for Mobile Video Monetization [Report]

Mobile video adoption is rapidly accelerating and viewing on mobile devices is consuming more and more share of all views and viewing time. But publishers aren’t quite sure who it is that is watching their content on these mobile devices. Is this a problem of reporting or is it just that they have not done enough research into the topic? If you’re pitching a mobile video initiative to a publisher, how are you presenting the audience break down and what kinds of questions are they asking? Perhaps, no one is asking the right ones.

Online News Video Reaching Saturation Point? [Report]

Online News Video Reaching Saturation Point? [Report]

Pew put out the State of the News Media 2014 and it took a long look at online news video including who watches, how it’s growing and what the future might hold. Are you watching a lot of online news? If you’re a Millennial you may very well be. If you’re trying to market to Millennials, you might just find a cheap place to put some ads within the confines of this article… read on!

Tumblr Sees Dollar Signs in TV Partnership with Viacom

Tumblr Sees Dollar Signs in TV Partnership with Viacom

Tumblr has succeeded in wooing TV to its platform, or at least Viacom. The plan it seems is to co-brand campaigns that tie to specific shows on their channels like MTV and Comedy Central. If it works and begins to grow in reach it might be a whole new way for TV to use social media.

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