L’Oreal recently announced its plans to acquire NYX Cosmetics, a $100 million company that has found a way to become the fan-favorite on YouTube, far surpassing L’Oreal on the platform. How did NYX (rhymes with “fix”) build this enormous footprint on YouTube while other brands are working so hard to catch up? It all started with the Jumbo pencil……..
In addition to visiting ReelSEO daily to read news, analysis, tips, and trends, YouTube has its own excellent channel where you will find all sorts of tutorials, troubleshooting, and tips from the YouTube Help team. We take a look at some of the topics it covers.
Sadly the U.S. had its heart broken by Belgium in the World Cup. But later this year we’ve got another big sporting contest coming with “World” in the title. That is, of course, the World Series. Now that the World Cup is over for the U.S., many Americans will return to watching baseball, but which of the big two teams is seeing the most action on YouTube?
Earlier this year, YouTube ran an ad campaign to promote three of the biggest YouTube stars with ads appearing across TV, magazines, and out-of-home advertising as well as on Google-owned properties. The three partners that YouTube chose to feature for the first phase of this ad campaign were Michelle Phan, Bethany Mota, and Rosanna Pansino. So, how did it work out?
If you want to succeed in online video, whatever your goal, you need to take the extra step and go the extra mile with your content. What are those steps? We have 7 for you right here, straight from YouTubers who know what they are talking about.
VidCon 2014 is already gearing up to be a fantastic year for observing and hearing firsthand the stories of how to succeed as a brand in the current video ecosystem. Whether that be as a video brand like What’s Trending, and Rooster Teeth, or a company like OraBrush who is using online video to propel their products, VidCon is the place to learn about and apply successes from those who came first.
Get ready YouTubers for there is yet another change to the site, and to the way you interact with others. The YouTube InBox has gone, replaced with a new feature called “Messaging”. The old InBox is read-only as of next week, although all users will still have the ability to read, and download their old correspondence, if only for a limited time.
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.
While most of the strategies used for promoting your YouTube channel are online and involve using the internet, there are still opportunities to use other mediums to market your brand offline. We take a look at 8 ways of doing this that you may not have thought of.
How do you change your YouTube Channel name? How do you use the VidIQ Vision “Mass Like” button? How do you use associated website annotations? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips.