Some notes on Revision3's live recording of downLOADED at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, and who's "winning" in the social media race between YouTube, Vine, and Instagram. The answer is: whatever floats your boat, of course.
How do you get people talking about your content in a meaningful way, and getting all the social value out of YouTube that you can--driving engagement and creating a community of people who actively care about your content? Well, here are ten awesome ways to do that.
In one of the best uses of the app we've seen so far, Honda used Vine and Twitter to talk directly to their potential customers and drum up business for their summer clearance campaign. It resulted in a significant increase in engagement and some very clever personalised videos.
Will the internet ever get tired of cats and bacon? Nothing is more likely to inspire a view, share or click than a genuinely originally or funny video about either. But just how much of a viral reach do they have? A new infographic from Marketo shows us.
Anticipating Instagram's big video news later on today, Vine has begun teasing improvements to their own service. The blink-and-you'll-miss teasers from founders Dom Hofmann and Rus Yusopov show some pretty exciting changes that have the experts speculating what they might be.
A new study conducted by SocialBakers is seeing some pretty impressive gains by Vine compared to YouTube when it comes to engagement rates on Twitter. Vine has only been around for 6 months and for the most part, only on iOS, so catching up to YouTube on the social media platform is impressive.
Twitter, along with Vizify, has created an app called #FollowMe in which you can cull together you top tweets and include them in a video highlight reel of sorts for your followers. Probably will be used mostly as a promotional tool, but still something cool to do with video.
Just a few days after it got its Android release, Vine has surpassed Instagram on Twitter with users sharing more six second videos than images. Considering the fact that Instagram users outweigh Vine users by 87 million, that's a huge achievement for the new app.
Sure, you might want to use social media to help launch your video, but how exactly do you do that and keep audiences engaged? Luckily, there are a great many tips to make your social media video campaign a success, and make it fun.
Second screen engagement in the UK continues to have a positive impact on the viewing public as they turn to their mobile and tablet devices, not only to watch on demand TV but to interact with brands that are pushing their social media presence via TV advertising.
It seems like everyone is getting into the video ad game, and news keeps pouring out this week. Twitter is looking to add more video ad dollars to their platform, as they "secretly" talked to Comcast and Viacom about possibly setting up some network TV ads on the site.
Vine is now the #1 free app on iTunes. So what happened to get it there? Well, brands have been using it creatively, it's becoming easier and easier to use and share videos using the app, and it has a giant social media service behind it that keeps awareness of the app up, always.
Vine, the 6 second video app, have introduced a new feature that allows users to search either via a trending hashtag or from a selection of Editor picks or from those videos that are popular on the site right now. It's a nice little update and blends very well with the way that we currently use Twitter.
Vine's been making waves trying to become a great video-sharing app. Today they introduced more embed capabilities for their video-sharing service, ones that will make it easier to share videos across the web on Facebook, Twitter, and regular ol' websites like this one.
A study on Vine shows that it has quickly shot past Viddy and Socialcam as the leader in social video sharing. While adoption is slow, the people who use it obviously love it. And while video sharing will probably always take a back seat to photo sharing, Vine's numbers are encouraging.