Will the internet ever get tired of cats and bacon? Nothing is more likely to inspire a view, share or click than a genuinely originally or funny video about either. But just how much of a viral reach do they have? A new infographic from Marketo shows us.
The Friskies award for best cat video was a huge success in 2012 - both for the brand and for the winner. So, it's no surprise that the competition returns in 2013. You have 10 days to get your winning entry in and launch the media career of your beloved kitty.
Instagram's long-rumored video app is here. And it takes video for 15 seconds! And there are filters! Features and things! Does this mean the end of Vine? In the end, it all comes down to how each video-sharing app decides to one-up each other.
Facebook has delayed their video ads again, moving from the Summer to, at earliest, the Fall. The much-discussed Facebook video ads have been anticipated all year. But because of changes that Facebook is planning, the ads will be delayed another season.
Social media interaction has always played a huge role in YouTube's success and today they gained their 75th Million Like on Facebook. As a celebration, they've put together 20 of top videos most shared by their Facebook community over the past few years.
Just a few days after it got its Android release, Vine has surpassed Instagram on Twitter with users sharing more six second videos than images. Considering the fact that Instagram users outweigh Vine users by 87 million, that's a huge achievement for the new app.
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.
User-generated content meets rich ad units with a new partnership between Moontoast and VideoGenie for integration on Facebook. These videos can be uploaded straight to the Facebook News Feed and to a brand's news feed, get picked up, and possibly become a viral video sensation.
YouTube's introduction of subscription channels dominated the online video news this week, creating many headlines but we also bring you the rest of news including Ryan Gosling's aversion to cereal how Amazon makes money from rival Netflix.
Facebook is looking for $1 million (or at least around a million) for 4 slots of daily ads set to hit the social media site in the summer. The question is: are any brands willing to pay it, and will Facebook users tolerate them? Also, the demographics for the ads Facebook wants are very broad.