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How to Squeeze 1.4 Million Words into a Tweet [Creators Tip #156]

How to Squeeze 1.4 Million Words into a Tweet [Creators Tip #156]

If an image is worth a thousand words (source = everyone), then at 24 frames, or images, per second, a 60 second video is worth, oh, around 1.44 million words. The maximum length of a tweet is 140 characters (20-30 words) which obviously limits the message you are able to send, but by adding the secret sauce that is VIDEO, you can pack a much bigger punch with your social media responses.

5 Lessons All Small Brands Can Learn About Video Marketing

5 Lessons All Small Brands Can Learn About Video Marketing

TechSmith, the software company behind Camtasia and Snagit, is a small brand working very hard to raise its profile on YouTube. It has learnt many lessons about video marketing, by implementing and testing different strategies. Read about the 5 top tips the brand has put into practice.

Do Video Closed Captions Really Deliver ROI? Yes! [Creators Tip #155]

Do Video Closed Captions Really Deliver ROI? Yes! [Creators Tip #155]

Is adding closed captions to your video a worthwhile video SEO tactic that delivers enough ROI given the time it takes to do so? It can be very time consuming if you do it yourself, and there’s a cost if you outsource the process, but the answer is a definite yes!

4 Ways Brands Can Suck Less & Reach More on YouTube

4 Ways Brands Can Suck Less & Reach More on YouTube

Do you know how many brands are in the top 100 most subscribed to channels on YouTube? Just 6! YouTube is the ultimate litmus test for brands and at the 2014 ReelSummit, YouTube expert Brendan Gahan walked us through how brands can successfully build communities on YouTube.

5 Totally Tubular Secrets to Brand Success on YouTube

5 Totally Tubular Secrets to Brand Success on YouTube

YouTube has more daily views of its video content than Facebook posts get likes, and a recent survey of teens indicated that YouTube was their preferred social network. So, clearly every video marketing campaign should include the site as part of its strategy. At ReelSummit 2014, Allison Stern, Co-Founder of Tubular, presented “five secrets to success on YouTube,” highlighting common brand pitfalls.

YouTube Search & Discovery – Creator Discovery Handbook Part 2

YouTube Search & Discovery   Creator Discovery Handbook Part 2

In the latest in a line of resources aimed at arming video creators and marketers with the right tools to promote their video content, YouTube has released the Creator Discovery Handbook. We’ve already covered the first part of the Discovery Handbook, specifically Watch Time, and the YouTube Homepage. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at what YouTube recommends about video search and discovery.

YouTube Creator Discovery Handbook Part 1: Watch Time and Getting Found

YouTube Creator Discovery Handbook Part 1: Watch Time and Getting Found

YouTube has released another resource, aimed at video creators and marketers who want to get the most out of the site. The new YouTube Creator Discovery Handbook is full of advice, especially for those new to video marketing. In this post, we take a look at Watch Time, and the why YouTube wants all of it’s users to be logged in.

How to Turn Your YouTube Audience Into a Family

How to Turn Your YouTube Audience Into a Family

Making your audience feel like they’re a part of your IRL family is essential in growing your channel on YouTube. Taking the time to engage, communicate and connect with your fans can turn your everyday viewers into a solid army who will be there to back you 100% in anything you choose to do.

Why Monopoly and YouTube Have More in Common Than You Think

Why Monopoly and YouTube Have More in Common Than You Think

YouTube is the most powerful medium for brand marketing that exists today, so why do so many businesses and organizations screw it up? We take a look at why YouTube and Monopoly have more in common than you might think, and why a winning strategy will get you all the way on both.

Always vs. Dove: Viral Video Success Doesn’t Mean YouTube Success

Always vs. Dove: Viral Video Success Doesnt Mean YouTube Success

Two big brands, Dove and Always, launched well-publicized campaigns on YouTube using documentary-style videos that encourage viewers to challenge cultural perceptions about women and girls. The videos themselves are very compelling, and were seen by millions. But did they succeed in growing the reach of their respective YouTube channels? Unfortunately, in large part, they did not.

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