Yes boys and girls, it's that time again. The comScore top ten lists for online video properties are in. The thrills! The Spills! The shake ups, shake downs and everything all around. Let's get on with the show!
It's very nearly time for SES San Francisco, which runs August 16-20. The Early Bird rate expired over the weekend, but most of you already know that SES is a bargain at any price. The four days will be packed with the usual phenomenal speaker ...
comScore has released the monthly report on who does what, where on the web, commonly referred to as the comScore Media Metrix. The report, as usual, looks at top web properties, ad networks and the changes in the traffic on those properties.
ReelSEO publisher Mark Robertson was a featured speaker this past week at the 2010 Video Commerce Summit held Seattle, Washington. We've included here Mark's full presentation titled, Building on the Success of Video with New PPC and SEO Strategies, which is also available on Slideshare.
comScore has updated their Video Metrix reports to include more information and insight. They're calling it Video Metrix 2.0, but it still does the same basic things that it always has.
comScore recently announced their new Video Metrix 2.0 which adds several enhancements and June 2010 is the first month where we get to see how they affect the numbers.
Last week I had the privilege of speaking, along with Lane Shackleton of YouTube, at the Dallas Fort Worth Search Marketing Association. The topic was YouTube - why YouTube, and how to market YouTube videos, optimize YouTube videos, and advertise video content on YouTube so ...
According to a recent report by eMarketer, those who watch television shows streamed via Internet, go to Hulu, those who want films, go to NetFlix. Personally, it's no surprise. But what might be a surprise is the age of those viewers.
My post last month about comScore's metrics got eaten by the ReelSEO gremlins and disappeared into the ether but I'm here again, this time hopefully my insightful commentary won't bend time/space and make the entire article disappear again (which must be what happened last time).
comScore has released their March 2010 Video Metrix numbers and one of the most fascinating things is that YouTube viewers are watching, on average, 96 videos in the month. That would be 3.2 videos per day, every day. Also, over 180 million U.S. web surfers ...