On this week's Creator's Tip we show you how to add specific formatting tags to your YouTube videos to remove the window-boxing, or black bars around them, and how to make them either display in wide-screen or to remove the wide-screen aspect.
Video SEO as a marketing discipline is the foundation that ReelSEO was built upon all those years ago. Nowadays, it's more important than ever and our new survey confirms that 7 out of 10 of you think so too. Read more in our 2013 Video Marketing Trends Report.
78% of Americans watch online video and 31% of them are uploading videos to sites like YouTube or Facebook. 5% confirmed that they regret doing this while a third hope to go viral with their video creation. Learn more from the Pew Online Video Report for 2013.
As web video grows more popular and the tools for creating and uploading it become more accessible, plenty of professionals want in on the action—but they don't always know the best way to do it. See the most common mistakes the budding video marketer can make, and how to avoid making them.
What are some of the steps to follow when trying to make it on YouTube? What things should you always have in mind when you're giving video a try? Follow these ten commandments to achieve YouTube success.
Sometimes you want to upload lots of videos to your channel, or you want to upload video responses. How do you make it so that certain videos don't go to your subscriber boxes? This simple tip will allow you to upload videos you want to make public, but bypass notifying your subscribers.
YouTube is making some changes to how the watch page and everything else that has to load before you actually watch a video, cutting the time from clicking to watching to something they hope gets around 200 ms, the time at which the human brain still detects a delay.
One of the most overlooked aspects of uploading videos to YouTube and Vimeo is the proper export settings from your editing software, such as Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere. Selecting the correct export settings means having the highest quality video possible when it uploads to a popular video site.
YouTube is making minor improvements to uploading. You will now get an e-mail notification when your video has finished uploading. Also, YouTube is going to play the waiting game with public videos and only publish when you're ready so you can put in all your SEO before it goes live.
Being that most of us are career marketers or video professionals, copyright protection, ownership, trademarks, fair-use and other legal matters that relate to the internet can be a bit confusing to understand. How should one go about copyright protecting video content for the web? How ...