YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world, and the largest video site by a country mile. That means there is plenty of competition in every vertical, and endless ways that your video can fall through the gaps when it comes to views and engagement. However, you may be looking for extra ways for your video marketing campaigns to fail even further?
In this week’s TubeTalk podcast, we discuss how to craft the best title for your YouTube video – one of the very best ways to attract views and clicks, how to manage multiple TrueView accounts via the Adwords MCC, and how and why you should create Call-To-Action (CTA) overlay ads on YouTube.
In this week’s TubeTalk podcast, we discuss how to optimize your old videos on YouTube for a fresh chance at increased rankings, more views and better engagement. We also take a look at YouTube’s Video Enhancements Tools, and the four pillars of YouTube video optimization.
Creating great content is important, but YouTube is a very large place with many people creating a lot of videos for viewers to choose from. On this week’s Creator’s Tip, we are going to talk about the five things you definitely need to optimize on your videos, and on your YouTube channel.
Dailymotion is struggling to compete with YouTube when it comes to video views, and blames Google for skewing the universal search results in its favor. But is that really the case? Google says no and its backed up by the law.
Tomorrow is April Fools’ Day and in the next day or so we can expect around two dozen April Fools’ Day pranks from Google and YouTube. We take a look back at some of the very best jokes from the company from the past few years. How many will they fool this year?
Did you know that your YouTube channel as a whole can rank independently from your individual videos? On this week’s Creator’s Tip, we give you three great tips to make sure your YouTube channel is as optimized as possible.
British retailer Marks and Spencer seems to be using some peculiar techniques to get video thumbnails to appear on SERPs for pages that contain no video. What is going on?
If you are a brand or a creator on YouTube, you may be tempted to disable the comments on your videos, especially if they are always overwhelmingly negative On this week’s Creator’s Tip, we but we want to give you a few reasons why you might want to reconsider that decision.
YouTube is honing its view chopping blade as it looks to further legitimize its viewing numbers in order to garner a larger portion of the ad dollar pile. Now that they’re a Nielsen member they will be directly competing against traditional TV and that means they need to show that the views are legitimate