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Luxury Watches on YouTube: How Brand Videos Influence Fan Videos

Luxury Watches on YouTube: How Brand Videos Influence Fan Videos

We looked at the YouTube footprint of seven luxury men’s watches, and found that like other successful YouTube brands, high rates of social actions correlated highly with community-created videos.

How YouTube is Changing the Way We Research Consumer Electronics [Study]

How YouTube is Changing the Way We Research Consumer Electronics [Study]

Did you know that when it comes to videos about consumer electronics, branded product teasers are the most popular on YouTube? Did you also know that when that product is released, it’s user-generated content from independent vloggers that attracts the most attention? A new report from Pixability highlights the way brands are missing out on huge opportunities to engage with potential customers and fans.

Fan-Made Video Game Content Crushing Brands on YouTube by 19-to-1

Fan Made Video Game Content Crushing Brands on YouTube by 19 to 1

Gaming walk-throughs are one of the most popular verticals on YouTube, but did you know that views of videos from independent creators vastly outnumbered those released by game publishers, even accounting for all paid promotions of those videos on YouTube? This ratio was remarkably consistent across the board, with earned media averaging 95% of all video game views. In other words, YouTube users watched fan-made videos over brand-made videos at a rate of 19 to 1!

YouTube Suspended Accounts Cull Will Affect Your Subscriber Numbers

YouTube Suspended Accounts Cull Will Affect Your Subscriber Numbers

YouTube is clearing suspended accounts from its system, and this will have an impact on subscriber numbers on other channels. The good news is that although subscriber counts may fall, view counts will remain the same, as views aren’t counted from suspended users. The new feature is being implemented to ensure that the subscriber count remains as authentic as possible.

GoPro: One of the Biggest YouTube Success Stories Ever

GoPro: One of the Biggest YouTube Success Stories Ever

GoPro may be one of the biggest YouTube success stories ever. In 2011, the company generated revenue of $234.2 million, by 2013, the figure was $985.7 million. In 2013, their customers uploaded approximately 2.8 years worth of video featuring ‘GoPro’ in the title to YouTube, and GoPro focused video content generated 1 billion views last year.

Gamers Turn to YouTube For a Virtual Taste of E3 2014

Gamers Turn to YouTube For a Virtual Taste of E3 2014

Can’t attend E3 2014? Join the hundreds of thousands of other gamers who are virtually attending the industry-only event via YouTube Live streaming, and real-time information updates. Brands like Sony are also using YouTube to reach fans throughout the event.

Why Google Is Right To Be Worried Over Yahoo’s Plan to Rival YouTube

Why Google Is Right To Be Worried Over Yahoos Plan to Rival YouTube

YouTube needs to spend less time comparing itself to cable networks and more time comparing itself to other video content properties, if it is to ride the threat that Yahoo could present to Google’s video service later this summer. We take a look at why the Yahoo plans could shake up YouTube and why it needs to stay focused.

YouTube is Changing: What That Means for Brands TODAY

YouTube is Changing: What That Means for Brands TODAY

We are always on the lookout for new trends that are flying just below the radar or are hidden in plain sight, and we think we’ve just spotted some that should change the way brands launch their YouTube video campaigns. We provide you with new insights and help you successfully navigate the evolving world of online video.

186 Million Americans Watched an Online Video Last Month

186 Million Americans Watched an Online Video Last Month

186.1 million Americans watched online videos last month, that’s very slightly down from March 2014, but Google sites still dominate the video content properties chart, and VEVO still maintains its rock-solid lead as the YouTube channel with the most unique views.

Branded Videos: 42% of Social Shares Occur Within First 72 Hours

Branded Videos: 42% of Social Shares Occur Within First 72 Hours

Branded videos attract an average 42% of shares across Twitter, Facebook and blogs within the first 3 days of publication. That’s up from 25% on last year. The new data, from Unruly, also confirms that 18% of shares, one-fifth of the total, are generated within the first 24 hours,

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