The VidCon 2016 Industry Track will give attendees 22 different sessions where they can hear how to unlock the secrets behind the major video platforms. Brands, agencies, marketers, and creators won't want to miss this event!
2015 was a momentous year in video marketing, so let's take a look back at 15 of the most read, shared, and talked-about ReelSEO posts of 2015. These are the articles that offered the best strategic insights, critical data, tactical advice, and trends in the digital video marketing business. We hoped they helped you in 2015, and prove to be invaluable for 2016.
A new hard-hitting industry report argues that marketing agencies, and brands, along with old-school broadcasters and media companies are so out of touch with the new social and digital rules that they risk ending up as outcasts. Marketing is all about the audience - not the marketers.
Now that YouTube fully supports 360 degree video content, more creators are looking for a good entry-level camera that will allow them to film, and upload, footage easily. We take a look at the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera, and review the different features that come as standard.
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.
The Industry Track at VidCon 2015 was a goldmine of information for video marketers and industry professionals. We bring you the top 9 tips we took away from the two day event, including how to get the most out of Facebook native uploads.
Day 1 of VidCon 2015 kicked off with an impassioned keynote speech from co-founder John Green, plus Ze Frank gives a breakdown of why video has been so successful for BuzzFeed. We bring you the highlights from the first day of the world's biggest celebration of online video.
VidCon 2015 might now be the most important online-video conference yet. With the introduction of a new two-day Industry Track, it's a must-attend event for brands, marketers, creators, multi-channel networks, ad-tech companies, and anyone else involved in the online video industry. Here's three reasons you'll wish you'd gone.
YouTube is celebrating its 10th birthday this month by taking a look back at some of the highlights of the past decade. And that's all great, but where are the usual strategic insights, new data and announcements of exciting feature developments we usually get when YouTube has something to celebrate?
For those of you that have been lucky enough to attend our annual ReelSummit event, where we brought marketers, brands, retailers, and storytellers together to celebrate the business of video, we have some news for you. The good news is that we have secured an exclusive opportunity for ReelSEO and ReelSummit fans to attend a worthy alternate event with an exclusive discount.
Creating video content is an increasingly collaborative business. Many of the top creators use professionals to produce, edit, or direct their videos, and they also cross-promote with other creators. It's important to acknowledge the roles that others play, and if you have more than 10K subscribers, you can do just that with the new YouTube 'Creators Credit' feature.
Hank Green of the Vlogbrothers has released details of the growth of CPM rates that their network of YouTube channels are attracting. The figures are very impressive but does this give false hope to other creators who are struggling to generate revenue against their video content?
Never mind that Germany beat Argentina 1-0 on a thrilling late game goal to become the first European team to prevail in a World Cup in the Americas. YouTube prankster Vitaly Zdorovetskiy was streaking and Lebron James caught it all for Instagram to see!
How do you get the most out of VidCon? How do you remove YouTube apps permissions? How can you improve your YouTube presence with vidIQ? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO's TubeTalk Podcast.
VidCon is a classic YouTube gathering, rooted in the coming together of creators to prove that they do exist outside of YouTube. 18,000 people attended VidCon this year, but are the serious YouTube creators, and marketers, in danger of being pushed out in favor of the teen fans?