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Optimize magazine published its last issue in June 2007. Optimize’s peer-based business leadership content for CIOs is now incorporated into the pages of InformationWeek. Optimize’s was a magazine whose intended reader was a corporate officer; according to BPA International (as cited in “Media Kit 2004” listed in the “References” section), seventy per cent of Optimize’s readers were Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, or Vice Presidents of information systems, while the remaining thirty per cent were “technology-involved” corporate officers. Brian Gillooly is the founding and, as of 27 March 2004, current editor-in-chief of Optimize.
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How-to Optimize Email Settings for Your YouTube Channel

YouTube has a number of email settings that you can optimize. Whether that's turning notifications on or off, or using email to empower fans to subscribe to your YouTube channel. We discuss these options, and more, in this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk podcast.
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How to Hack YouTube Video Titles to Get More Views

A compelling and engaging video title is not only essential for SEO, but it is also one of the best tactics for enticing viewers into watching your video. On this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk, we discuss the best ways of optimizing your video title tag.
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How-to Be a Superstar YouTube Community Manager

Like teaching Zumba, or designing Android Apps, the role of a YouTube Community or Channel Manager has only really existed for the past few years. But nowadays, a skilled and experienced Community Manager is worth their weight in gold to an MCN, a brand or a digital agency. We take a look at this exciting role and what it takes to succeed in the industry.
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Music, Minecraft, Movies: The Most Searched For Keywords on YouTube

YouTube has confirmed the most popular keyword searches on the site for 2014, and it's no surprise that 'music', and 'movies' appear in the top three. But did you know that 'Minecraft' is the second most popular search term on the video site?
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11 Guaranteed Reasons Why No-one is Watching Your Video Content

It's an indisputable fact that using video as part of your marketing strategy can be incredibly effective. But what if, despite all of your efforts, your videos are attracting few views, and even less engagement? We show you 11 ways to turn that around in 2015.
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5 SEO Tools You Need to Use BEFORE Publishing a YouTube Video

Basic keyword research is a vital part of optimizing your video content, and something that you should do well before you even publish a video to YouTube, or another video site. We show you 5 Keyword, Trend Research, and SEO tools and techniques that will come in very handy for video SEO.
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3 Top Tips for a Successful B2B Marketing Video Strategy

43% of businesses looking to source a product or service from another brand use online video as part of their research process. So, how do you make your B2B video stand out from the crowd? We show you 3 ways on the week's Creator's Tip.
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TOP Tips for Sharing YouTube Videos via Social Media

On this week's TubeTalk, we give you some top tips for posting YouTube videos to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Reddit, Tumblr, Google+, Wordpress, SlideShare, and LinkedIn.
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Best Ways to Optimize Your YouTube Video Ads Campaign

On this week's TubeTalk podcast, we bring you 3 invaluable tips for your YouTube video ads campaign, including how to set up a "Similar to Watched a Video" remarketing list, and the best use of TrueView In-Display ads.
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YouTube Tags, Community Strikes, and Video Ads Conversion

How do you write optimized YouTube Tags for Video SEO? How do you appeal community guidelines strikes? How can you improve TrueView conversion? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.
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5 Lessons All Small Brands Can Learn About Video Marketing

TechSmith, the software company behind Camtasia and Snagit, is a small brand working very hard to raise its profile on YouTube. It has learnt many lessons about video marketing, by implementing and testing different strategies. Read about the 5 top tips the brand has put into practice.