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.
Sure, you might want to use social media to help launch your video, but how exactly do you do that and keep audiences engaged? Luckily, there are a great many tips to make your social media video campaign a success, and make it fun.
Candidates seeking election should use YouTube to the fullest. How should politicians use YouTube? Well, those running for office in 2014 might want to sit back and take in the information in this article. A good YouTube channel could be the difference.
Buzzfeed and CNN are partnering to create a new YouTube channel. We can probably expect some list-based videos courtesy of CNN soon. Anyway, Buzzfeed is looking to align themselves with the relevance of CNN, while CNN looks to be cool with the 18-34 set.
Smosh hit 10 million subscribers. It was pretty inevitable. Will this channel ever hit the wall? Also, there are other channels growing at an amazing rate that could overtake Smosh in the future if they continue at their rates.
The Google+ page/YouTube channel integration has been in beta for about a month now, and YouTube is getting closer to opening it up to everyone. There will soon be an option for everyone to make the connection in the next few weeks.
How can certain networks that are successful on cable figure out this YouTube thing? One way is to realize what kind of audience is on YouTube and go after them, rather than appealing to the same audience that watches the cable network. YouTube is all about direct relationships with consumers.
YouTube is tinkering with a new kind of shoppable ad system on the Tresemmé channel. The best part for me: you can actually stay on the channel while you watch videos. The products are in a sidebar and you don’t ever get whisked away to another site until you’re ready to buy.
YouTube One Channel has been available since March. Now, for all of you who hate the idea of change, you’re changing anyway on June 5. No one will be special anymore come next month! And, rest assured, YouTube will likely change it again once you’re used to it.
As of May 2013, here are the top subscribed channels on YouTube. After SMOSH has broken a number of records and will likely be the first channel to hit 10 million subscribers soon, a look at the other channels and what they do seemed to be in order.