Last week, Amazon unveiled their new video streaming service that allows users to post videos and earn advertising dollars. The service, Amazon Video Direct, will make the videos uploaded by users available for rent or purchase, for free viewing with ads or via a subscription offer.
Adding subtitles to your YouTube videos is a great way to help engage your audience. While subtitles benefit viewers with hearing impairment, they have additional benefits as well. For example, you can add subtitles in various languages; allowing you to communicate with a larger audience. Additionally, if your share you videos on social media, your subtitles can be seen on mobile devices as viewers "scroll by" your video in their news feed - thus giving you an opportunity to catch their eye. So, let's learn how we add subtitles to YouTube.
Google and Pixability have published a new report that shows ‘The Top 100 Brands’ have been increasing both their consumer views and their publishing frequency on YouTube. (The Top 100 Brands, are defined by Interbrand’s 2014 Best Global Brands report.)
We’re going to start by saying that YouTube is a great place to upload your videos and does a wonderful job helping businesses engage with their customers. BUT, if you’re embedding your YouTube videos on your website, you’re making a critical error that could cost you some valuable search engine optimization (SEO) points.
YouTube is a great place expose your business to a huge world-wide audience. As of today, the site boasts over 6 billion hours of video watched each and every month. This is why more and more businesses are developing their YouTube strategy. With YouTube getting more crowded, how can you write a great title to get your videos to standout on YouTube? Let’s take a look.
According to research by Pixability, the longterm benefits of YouTube marketing are fantastic. The two biggest reasons? Reason #1: Ongoing delivery of new clients. Reason #2: Long Tail keywords for SEO. Say what? If you’re not familiar with long tail keywords, don’t worry we’ll explain.
As you know (or should know), YouTube is the 2nd-largest search engine in the world, behind only its parent company Google. With that in mind, it’s imperative that you get discovered on YouTube itself and not just the major search engines. Let’s take a look at a Tags & Playlists to see how we can improve your YouTube results.
According to research from ReelSeo.com, the top brands all have a common YouTube trick: They post content on a consistent basis. In fact, the most successful brands publish 50 percent more videos per channel than the least successful ones. Think about that. The top brands publish 50 percent more video content than the least successful brands.
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