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  • How-to Build Your Own Best Practices Around Social Video [Exclusive Masterclass]

    In the online video space, it can be a constant, albeit rewarding, battle to keep on top of best practices to ensure you leverage the most out of your programming and distribution strategy. With the main social video platforms constantly evolving their features and algorithms, and users, in tandem, changing the way they consume and engage with video, the onus is on publishers ...

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  • How Jukin Media is Leveraging Original Video Content After Viral Success

    Here at Tubular Insights, we’ve covered a lot of digital video executives and professionals in our “Day in the Life” series. Experts from the Weather Channel to the BBC have weighed in on what their days are like working in the video industry, and how they managed to grow successful YouTube channels and develop killer video strategies.

    ReelSEO- 17 readers -
  • Get the Latest Insights and Trends for Online Video [Exclusive Report]

    … to get the latest stats for online video. You’ll learn the following: The latest global trends in video content Who are the media companies winning with social video? Who are the mega-creators on YouTube and Facebook Video? How to take advantage of awards season on social Food-related Video Views Continue to Grow While a variety of content…

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEOin YouTube- 23 readers -
  • How to Create a Successful YouTube Channel

    … celebrities in a matter of years posting videos about their life and connecting with an audience – proving that it's certainly possible to make a living out of Youtube but how? What can you do beyond just posting cat videos? Our friends at We Are Top 10 have produced an infographic that goes into the nuts and bolts of building a successful Youtube Channel. Check it out below. …

    Lawrence Tam/ Lawrence Tamin Social YouTube- 11 readers -
  • Recreating Viral Video Success: Squatty Potty

    Recreating Viral Video Success: Squatty Potty October 20, 2017 at 11:17 am PST By Greg Jarboe Leave a Comment Back in June, I spoke at VidCon and said, “Traditional influencer outreach works if you’ve got breaking news or the latest Harmon Brothers video.” Well, I guess that I should be careful what I wish for.

    Greg Jarboe/ The SEM Post- 20 readers -
  • Gaming and Entertainment Rule the Sponsored Video World

    … from January 1 to March 31, 2017, in terms of top genres for sponsored content, which sponsors were on top of their game within these genres, and which media partners helped these sponsors’ campaigns find success. Gaming and Music/Dance Rule YouTube, but Sponsored Animal Content Performed Best YouTube has always been a top destination for video…

    ReelSEOin SEO Facebook YouTube- 12 readers -
  • Effective Tips for Ranking Your YouTube Videos High

    If you use videos to promote your business (and you absolutely should be), YouTube is going to be your #1 place for uploading them (though it shouldn’t be the only place). Just tossing your video up on this site, however, isn’t enough to get it seen. Just like SEO can help you to rank your websites well in search engines, it must be considered when posting videos as well.

    Michael Levanduski/ Performance Marketing Insider- 11 readers -
  • Superheroes and Nostalgia Drive Warner Bros. Social Video Strategy

    … wants it (predominantly through YouTube). While other movie studios and TV networks have found success releasing small samples of video content on platforms like Instagram and Facebook, Warner Bros. has deliberately stuck with YouTube, supplementing that platform strategy with videos spread across other sites. Unless something drastic happens, we suspect Warner Bros. to have continued success as a YouTube publisher for years to come. …

    ReelSEOin Facebook YouTube- 29 readers -
  • Baby Boomers are the Audience Most Advertisers are Missing on YouTube

    I admit that I’m a Baby Boomer. And I confess that I’ve been writing about video marketing for more than a decade. But, despite these two facts, I was still surprised to read the counter-intuitive findings in the Strike Social Data Report entitled, “YouTube’s generational divide.” This report examines a year’s worth of YouTube data across 25 industries in the U.S.

    Greg Jarboe/ The SEM Post- 12 readers -