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  • Viral Video Roundup June 2015: S'more Entertainment All Round

    … mistakes. At worst you’ll at least learn how to make a s’mores dip, right? Let's take a dive into our viral video roundup for June 2015. Buzzfeed 'S'mores Dip' Most Viewed June Video So the video with the most views loaded in the past 30 days was 'S’More Dip' from BuzzFeed Food with an astounding 85 million plus views, and 3.7 million engagements. I…

    Andy Smith/ ReelSEOin Facebook YouTube- 43 readers -
  • Brands on YouTube: Cracking the Influencer Creator Market

    … As brands search for more meaningful ways to connect with audiences on YouTube, the relationship between advertisers and content creators is becoming more complicated. Purchasing a 15 second ad before a popular video might buy a brand eyeballs, but having a brand integrated into the video with the endorsement of a YouTube celebrity, can buy…

    ReelSEOin Social YouTube- 14 readers -
  • Back to School Trends on YouTube are a Lesson in Holiday Marketing

    … interests, including brand affinities (“covergirl and olay”), beauty tips (“eyeliner on top lid”) and evasion techniques (“ways to look sick”). Brands are getting in on this action, too. Target launched a YouTube video series called Best Year Ever that gives tips for designing dorm or off-campus spaces. Hosted by four YouTube stars, Todrick Hall, Mikey…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Social- 13 readers -
  • Did YouTube’s Own Advertising Campaign Pay Off For the Site?

    … From early April to mid-May 2014, YouTube ran an ad campaign to promote three of the biggest YouTube stars with ads appearing across TV, magazines, and out-of-home advertising as well as on Google-owned properties. The three partners that YouTube chose to feature for the first phase of this ad campaign were Michelle Phan, Bethany Mota…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEO- 16 readers -
  • YouTube Brand Marketing: Video Ads are the New Focus Group

    … stars. Brands also need to consistently create a wider variety of YouTube content to cover every stage of the buying funnel. Yes, they need to create awareness, but they can also explain products, build credibility, provide help, and encourage referrals. Unless, of course, their marketing slogan is: "I'm feeling lucky." Video Advertising: How…

    Greg Jarboe/ ReelSEOin Social- 28 readers -
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