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 is keyword tag stuffing bad? Why is the “About” tab so underrated? What is the YouTube Creator Academy, and should businesses use it, too? We answer these questions, and more on this week’s ReelSEO TubeTalk, the YouTube Video Marketing Tips podcast.
When it comes to YouTube, what is it that makes your videos or your channel unique? What value are you providing to the community with your video content? If you can answer these questions, then promoting your channel should become easier for you, and we show you 47 different ways of doing just that!
If you’ve ever struggled to produce high-quality web shows because you have no money, this guide is for you. It’s a struggle for many creators to get funding because they follow advice that is 100% wrong. The industry is rapidly changing and dumping your show onto YouTube and crossing your fingers that it goes viral, or producing pilots on extended credit is madness! Web TV now works the SAME WAY the broadcast TV business works, so follow our battle plan for raising revenue
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……..
VidCon is a classic YouTube gathering, rooted in the coming together of creators to prove that they do exist outside of YouTube. 18,000 people attended VidCon this year, but are the serious YouTube creators, and marketers, in danger of being pushed out in favor of the teen fans?
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.
Of the 4 million daily tweets that include a YouTube link, only 15% include a mention of the creator. YouTubers are missing out on tweets from potential influencers because those tweets fail to include any reference to the channel or the creator. But now, users of Tubular Labs will receive instant notifications whenever their video is tweeted out by an influential Twitter account.
The challenge for the car insurance business is that talking about their products is kind of boring. So insurers have taken to TV, and to YouTube, with humorous ads that will make their name memorable with viewers. On YouTube, these videos have the added benefit of being shared, re-uploaded, or even re-enacted by people who enjoy them, but who is winning the battle of the memes?
Car manufacturers are very familiar with races on the track. But what about competition on YouTube? Today we put the Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz brands to the test to find out how each are doing in terms of owned and earned media. All three are German luxury brands that perform well in the U.S. and across the world. But how well do they do on the world’s No. 1 video platform?