• YouTube and the Frustration with Curated Video Content

    … these compilation videos. Allowing these channels to persist leaves little reason to watch the original content. I enjoy a good compilation video as much as the next viewer, but if they aren’t being done with the proper consent, they need to be stopped and certainly shouldn’t be getting featured on the front page. Freebooting is bad enough…

    Andy Smith/ ReelSEOin Social Content YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Video Marketing Review of the Year: The Top 15 ReelSEO Posts of 2015

    …, and prove to be invaluable for 2016. ReelSEO Rewind: Video Marketing Strategic Insights In November of 2015, Ogilvy & Mather published a Red Paper about “The Digital Social Contract” that explained why traditional advertising like the pre-roll doesn’t work on YouTube and also outlined why collaborating with YouTube creators like Michelle Phan…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Content YouTube- 39 readers -
  • Why Vine Compilations are Taking Off on Facebook

    … from the original creators’ Vine page. Given the current nature of Facebook video, the heavy reward for Day One uploads and it skewing that content toward short form, Facebook provides the perfect opportunity for not just compilation pages, but Vine creators themselves to capitalize from a double posting of their own work. It helps open their work…

    Andy Smith/ ReelSEOin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
  • Why User-generated Video Needs the Same Protection as Branded Content

    … Sharelines Freebooting continues to be a serious problem across the major video platforms, particularly FacebookThe perception that UGC video is free to use, repurpose, and monetize without proper measure is wrongAmateur video creators are at a disadvantage when it comes to rights management A full two years ago, I wrote a guest post…

    ReelSEOin Content- 22 readers -
  • Your Quick Guide to Reporting Freebooted Videos to Facebook

    … and if you’re looking for ways to fight freebooting yourself, hopefully we’ve got the answer you need. Method #1 – Directly Report Freebooted Videos I’m not a big fan of this method, although it will at least give you a track record of making every attempt to take down the offending video and it would be a great first step in the process. In the end…

    Andy Smith/ ReelSEOin Social Facebook- 12 readers -
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