If you haven’t visited the 2014 Reel Video Summit site lately, check it out today! The ReelSummit, which will be held July 24-25 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco, will feature more experts, gurus, and brands than Dorothy discovered on the Yellow Brick Road.
YouTube has grown to become the second largest social media site, and If you are a marketer, brand, retailer or storyteller, and you want to get serious about the business of video, then bring your team to the 2014 ReelSummit 24/24 July in San Francisco. Steep discounts available.
Pixability just did a report on the top 100 brands and how they use YouTube. These brands have a “YouTube Creator Playbook” mentality when it comes to publishing content, using the proper SEO, implementing strong social media practices, and more.
What will Greg Jarboe be talking about at the Reel Summit taking place later this month? Well, how to create advertising that makes that cash register ring, using the teachings of David Ogilvy, who literally wrote the book on advertising.
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.
Sometimes, a content creator has no idea what they need to do after the video is finished and uploaded. A ton of work has to be done to ensure that it will be seen. How do brands do that? VidIQ is a service that does all that hard work for brands, so that they can rest easy that their video’s visibility has been optimized.
YouTube is teaming with professional services Gengo and Translated.net to bring strong foreign language translation capabilities to your videos. After you upload English captions, you’ll have the ability to “Request Translation” in your Video Manager, and you can either invite friends to translate or go with the pros.
If you make videos that are universal, that is, not confined to English-speaking countries, it will do your videos a world of good to be able to provide a number of languages so that almost anyone in the world can enjoy them. We've covered in-depth …
Awhile back, we pointed out a video that obviously paid for its views, or found some sort of loophole in the system that had trumped up the view count. These bought views (spam), either by bots or other services, obviously don't represent real engagement, but …
This is not a story of millions of views or videos gone viral. You wouldn’t even consider products such as barcode scanners, asset tracking software, and inventory control systems sexy or normally video worthy. The hard part is figuring out how to leverage this into …