According to the latest online video ranking leaderboard from Tubular, the most-watched Vine creators for March 2016 include Bleacher Report, and the NBA, as well as top Influencers Lele Pons, and Thomas Sanders.
Instagram will soon start showing followers images and videos that it believes they want to see first, rather than the ones most recently posted. How can video marketers make the most of this new feature?
Adoption of live-streaming video by brands has soared in the last few years, due to apps like Periscope, and new features like Facebook Live. Even YouTube is rumored to be launching an live-streaming app called YouTube Connect. It's a trend that video marketing teams need to consider as part of their digital strategy.
BuzzFeed publishes content on over 30 platforms in seven languages in 11 countries, but data on unique visitors falls very short as it doesn't include people who watched BuzzFeed’s videos on YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat Discover, Instagram, Yahoo, Tumblr, Vine, or their mobile app. Now the brand confirms how it analyses a different set of metrics in order to understand its impact across the globe.
Vine has given a voice to an array of new comedy stars who have mastered the art of telling engaging stories in just six seconds. Check out why established Viners Klarity and Jason Nash started creating content on Vine and how their Vines caught on with viewers.
Late Night Talk Shows are not only on the cutting edge of pop culture, but they are also winning big across social media for social video content relating to the 2016 Presidential Election. We take a look at how Fallon, Kimmel, Colbert, and others, are performing with their take on U.S. politics.
With the sheer number of videos being uploaded to YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and other video platforms, how can viewers keep up with new content? For 2016, ReelSEO is running a project to rediscover online video and sharing those results with our readers.
If you want to generate truly engaging video content, you’ll need to put in time and effort to research and discover the trending topics that will appeal to your target audience on social media. Using the following tips and tools you can discover what's trending in the video world on each social network.
Google, Facebook, and Twitter have all recently released guidelines around micro moments. Micro moments are events that really matter to people like births, and marriages, or memorable sporting events. Video marketers need to be ready to make content that taps into these special moments in people's lives.
YouTube provided the perfect incubator for growing the Multichannel Network model, but now many MCNs are looking for opportunities beyond the site, to benefit the network, its stable of creators, the brands they collaborate with, and the platforms they publish to.
Did you know that the most popular type of video content on Instagram revolves around pop culture, or that user-generated videos uploaded to Facebook tend to do better than other types of video uploaded to the networking site? Each of the main social video platforms has its own unique identity and audience, which is why video marketers need to create a different story telling technique for each.
The YouTube view counter freezing at 301+ views has been a source of frustration for many creators over the years, even though it was introduced to stop spammers inflating views by whatever means they could. Now it's being dropped in favor of more up-to-date stats, and that's a good thing for everyone.
Facebook and Twitter are often lumped together when it comes to implementing a video marketing strategy, but each social video platform has its own unique set of characteristics and each has its own dynamic when it comes to followers, and influencers.
VidCon 2015 was a must-attend event for brands and video marketing teams, and we bring you news on the latest trends in the digital video marketing business, along with strategic insights, critical data, and tactical advice from the Industry Track.