YouTube kicked off their Pro Series with four videos with established YouTubers talking about “Working with Advertisers.” One of the strange things when you start becoming kind of a big deal is when advertisers approach you. What do you do to get the deal? And do you tailor your content for them?
Another week, another YouTube tweak. This time it’s the removal of the ‘stop download’ feature on both Flash and HTML5 players and the introduction of ‘Stats for Nerds’ which gives you info on video speed, frames per second and resolution should you be in desperate need of it.
It’s only been a month since YouTube launched its Creator Academy. Now they want to provide even more support and guidance for video content creators who want to make a successful living from the site with their brand new YouTube Pro series.
Who will you see at the Reel Video Marketing Summit, and why should you attend? Here’s a good three reasons why, and like successful video itself, it all comes down to content. What kind of content will you be seeing at the Summit? Read on.
A recent study in the e-mail video campaign of charity: water sheds light on how to create an e-mail campaign that works, that compels rather than annoys. The trick: only send to people who want to receive these e-mails, don’t ask for the money, and compel people to want to help.
Marketing a YouTube channel to women can be hard…especially for us guys. But luckily, there’s a network called Kin Community out there who knows all the tips to get women watching your show, if that’s the demographic you’re aiming for.
How do you get people who watch your demonstration videos to not only watch, but become customers later? Here are six tips that can be a little bit of a balancing act, but are absolutely essential in gaining trust with potential customers.
Creating that creamy, out-of-focus background with a sharp, in-focus subject in front of it is all a matter of shallow depth-of-field. And if you really want to impress your friends, call it “bokeh.” It’s achieving a film-like look and making you look more pro.
Unruly has found some interesting things out about video and the alcohol industry. Namely, they should be using it a lot more. Only four ads make up 97 percent of the entire social video market. Many brands are missing out on some great opportunities.
There are six types of video marketing that a business can use when attracting interest in a product. Which one works best for you? Do all of them work best for you? Are you that kind of video junkie? Read on, and discover a marketing strategy that works.