A new study indicates that over half of all Google keyword searches in the U.S. return at least one video result for the reader, and 8 out of 10 of those videos belong to Google's video platform YouTube.
Many brands understand the immense power Influencer marketing can have on reaching the right audience. But how do you find the right Influencer to help endorse or promote your product on YouTube, Facebook Video, Vine, or Instagram Video? Tubular Creator Profiles are now open to the public, and they can help you find the right creator to collaborate with.
The public's appetite for the new Star Wars film, 'The Force Awakens', has generated 88 million views for the trailers released to Facebook and YouTube in the last 7 days. But it's not just the official Star Wars brand that's benefiting from the buzz.
Apple created an enormous buzz when it officially launched its new iPhone-compatible smartwatch last week. But of the 22 million video views generated for 'Apple Watch' content in the last 7 days, only 2 million belong to the brand itself.
Facebook users are uploading 75% more video to the social networking site compared to this time last year. The site's video auto-play feature means that more than 50% of daily users watch at least one video a day.
The ALS #IceBucketChallenge was a uniquely video-orientated phenomenon that swept across the world in a matter of days over the summer of 2014. It dominated the social feeds of hundreds of millions, and is the biggest video meme ever with 1.3 Billion Views.
Reel Gamer is a resource that helps gamers build their audience, both on Twitch, and on YouTube. The site created specific video content around a particular event, and generated a huge 380% increase in views on Twitch overnight. Read about how it did it, and what it takes to engage an audience to that extent.
There are plenty of food and beverage brands who are using Instagram video to connect with their target audience, but which ones are really succeeding?. We take a look at data from the past 2 months to see which companies are really connecting with their followers in terms of engagement, and who are using the short-form platform in an effective way.
YouTube is, and has been for much of the past decade, the single most dominant force in on-line video. But it's becoming less relevant for video creators as options amass. Now that companies like YouTube, and Netflix, have all contributed in lowering bandwidth costs, the market is ripe for opportunity and change.
Paywall video platform VHX is opening up its distribution services to the public. It's a company that has built a reputation as a one stop, out-of-the-box solution for film content creators and independent art content distributors.
LinkedIn's Big Idea List for 2014 includes the proposition that the big tech and media companies will merge even further to produce unique, original content across different platforms. But how viable a concept is this?
The world's 5th most popular video site, Dailymotion, has acquired HTML5 video specialists Jilion, to enhance their video publishing features for content creators, publishers and advertisers alike. HTML5 enabled video means playback on all browsers and devices without the need for a plugin.
The world's most popular video platform, LongTail, has rebranded as JW Player, the name that most of its users are already familiar with. The player generated 6 billion views across 2.5 million websites in September 2013 and the company predicts further growth as the demand for mobile video grows.
Dailymotion are making their HD premium content available to publishers who want to feature video on their site to increase engagement and attract viewers. Those publishers can also earn a share of the revenue from the videos that they serve on their own pages. The Matchbox widget is available now.