Brands have recognized April Fools as a yearly, can’t miss opportunity, to grab people’s attention in a unique, humorous way. But what were the biggest trends and success stories from every PR department's favorite day on the Internet? Let's review April Fool's 2014!
YouTube has altered the map of content, and social media marketing, and influencers, like Generation C, are right at the center of discovering new videos and sharing them with others. Marketers and brands need to understand the new model to be successful.
The final panel of the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit was "Video Metrics that Matter and Tools I Wish I’d Created." There are some really cool tools out there for brands to really interact with their community. That is, if they decide to do YouTube the right way.
How do you get your video to gain some steam once you publish it? How do you get people to care? I mean, you know it's good...but how do you get others to feel the same way? It's all about finding influencers who have the same interests as you, and learning how to talk to them.
Here we are again, to remind you that it's not just great content that gets your video shared. It's the ability to talk to others who might want to share your content. There are lots of great videos out there that don't get watched, and the reason they don't is that creators don't bother to do the additional work.
We got to meet vidIQ's Rob Sandie and much of his team at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit and at VidCon. Sandie gave us a look at vidIQ's service, which measures your social engagement, tells you the best way to write a description, and all sorts of stats to sift through to make your video launches better.
Tubular Labs just took their real-time audience dashboard out of beta today. It's a tool creators can use to find who their audience is and who creators should interact with in the best efforts to engage with their audience and generate more subscribers and viewers.
Tom Sawyer said it takes a lot of friends to whitewash a fence. Hillary Rodham Clinton says it takes a village to teach a child. And YouTube is saying it takes a genuine community to build a channel. But, if you’re a B2B marketer, then ...
This week, Vimeo reprinted an article from Short of the Week creators Andrew Allen and Jason Sondhi called "How We Launched Our Film Online: The Thomas Beale Cipher." These filmmakers wanted their film to be seen by a larger audience after 8 months of festivals, ...
How to Make Video Ad Campaigns Go Viral - A Behind the Scenes Look into the Viral Video Process [Case Study]
A couple of months ago, ABC's "Nightline" did a piece on trying to get a video to go viral. They hired ad agency and online viral video specialists Mekanism for the job: they would take reporter Dan Harris and a cat named George through a ...