The internet loves cats but could that be because the internet is cats? It’s a crazy theory but delivered in an inventive and highly entertaining way from the team at PBS Idea Channel. Sit back and ponder on the meaning of life, the web and everything cat related.
Microsoft and Google have been arguing for months over the YouTube app available to Windows Phone users. Taken off the market in May, it’s now back in the Windows store – with ads but without the ability to download videos. Some nice new extra features too.
We talked to Google/YouTube’s Suzie Reider, Director of Media Solutions, also our keynote speaker at the ReelSEO Marketing Summit this Friday. What exactly do brands need to keep in mind when creating content for YouTube? Suzie’s got some stats, tips, and top-notch info for us to consider.
It’s one more week until we kick off the first annual ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit in San Francisco. Those of you planning to wait until the day-of to buy tickets should really take advantage of the Advanced registration, which ends July 24.
A new YouTube layout has been spotted–no don’t worry, it’s not another complete overhaul, yet, but it does center the videos on the page. It also relocates some of your channel commands and such to a more out-of-the-way, but easy-to-use, place.
Google Analytics is essential for understanding how your site and marketing is performing. Now, they have introduced a new feature which allows advertisers to track unclicked video ad impressions to see how they still contribute to the conversion process.
You no longer need a new Google account for every single YouTube channel you create. Now, you can use one Google account to create a new YouTube channel with either a new Google+ page or an existing Google+ page.
What is one to do when all the analysis has been well…analyzed? Thank goodness for Google’s Think Insights, which tells us the reasons why memes are important, or why we’re watching certain ads on YouTube, or…even something completely different.
After a move that was never going to do anything but pay off, YouTube’s break away from Apple and the release of its own standalone app has contributed to an estimated mobile ad revenue of around $350 Million for the company in the last six months.
Are YouTube search queries an indicator of a movie’s success? It should come as no surprise that the most popular movies are also the one people search for the most, but how predictive are they when you compare the data between different movies? Google found some answers.