On this week's ReelSEO Creator's Tip, we take a look back at some of our favourite video ads of the year and discuss the lessons we can learn from them. As video marketers, what takeaways are useful in determining what worked for a brand and for an audience?
Can 2014 possibly hold up to the growth video advertising saw in 2013? Can it maintain its steady yearly grab of revenue percentage from older, more traditional advertising methods? We take a look at what 2014 will bring in video advertising developments.
YouTube has already given us their top moments in online video content for 2013, and now they show us the video ads that made the most impact with viewers over the past year. These are the ads we shared, posted, tweeted and talked about.
YouTube is coming to Roku after three years of wrangling and Glass owners get more features including the ability to send and receive Hangouts and upload videos to YouTube. More on these and other stories of the last few days in online video and cable from ReelSEO.
189 million Americans watched 47.1 Billion hours of online video content in November 2013. and for the third month in a row AOL has maintained their position as #1 video ad property in the U.S. ahead of rival Google.
LinkedIn's Big Idea List for 2014 includes the proposition that the big tech and media companies will merge even further to produce unique, original content across different platforms. But how viable a concept is this?
Video marketing can be a very effective way of getting your message across to your customers in a number of ways, especially if you want to reach them directly regarding a sales offer or a company update. We bring you 4 solid tips for an online store video strategy.
2013 was an incredible year for online video marketing, advertising, broadcasting and creativity. Of course, we've covered all the major developments and brought you the tips, tricks, news, views and innovation over the last 12 months. Here are some of our top stories.
WatchMoJo, one of YouTube's biggest partner channels saw its account terminated yesterday for alleged copyright infringements - even though these claims had been swiftly released by licence holders like Fox. The channel is now back but it's been a turbulent few hours for them.
YouTube live streaming is opened up to every user at long last, Netflix gets more mainstream TV type nominations and Instagram gets private video messaging. More on these and other stories of the day in online video from ReelSEO.