Tag Archives: YouTube

Blogging And YouTube Force A Revolution In The Beauty Industry – Infographic

beauty--the-web-how-the-world-became-a-beauty-expert_524595f75242aBlogging has meant women have been able to get into an industry that has been notoriously quite difficult to enter, and all from their own homes. It has been a real career changer for some and we have seen some formidable business women emerge from the blogging world, such as Michelle Phan who has now gone onto produce her own line of cosmetics. During production we discovered that 6 of the most popular beauty bloggers YouTube videos have been watched a total of 1.5 Billion times!

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Video Popularity Made YouTube The 2nd Largest Search Engine – Infographic

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YouTube has changed the way we search for things on the web. Now videos are more popular than ever and continuing to increase in this popularity. As a result, YouTube became the second largest search engine in the world. Have a look at this infographic

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How To Become Popular On YouTube – Infographic

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In 1968, Andy Warhol was quoted as saying “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” YouTube has, by and large, facilitated the realization of this prophecy.

Have a look at the popular people on YouTube and what it takes to get there.

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YouTube Offers Creators Free Use Of Production Facility

YouTube has opened the doors at its production center in Los Angeles, allowing partners to use their sound stages, video editing equipment, and professional cameras. CNET’s Sumi Das gets a tour of YouTube Space LA and explains what YouTube stands to gain.

The Economics Of Going Viral – Infographic

Until recently viral YouTube videos were one-time flukes.Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars: Managers, PR programs, award shows, and content networks! Continue reading

Why Video Marketing? YouTube Is The Second Largest Search Engine – Infographic

Video Marketing has turned into a gigantic marketing opportunity. More and more people prefer watching a video over reading an article. With various devices available to retrieve content from the Internet, this trend will continue, especially since mobile appears to take over desktop and laptop views of content. Continue reading

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Facebook Matchmaker: Will Instagram Go With Video?

Syncapse CEO Michael Scissons discusses Facebook’s content push with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

First class statement about video advertising market and what might be coming.

Advertisers Need You Tube – Infographic

Video content has experienced enormous momentum in recent years, with YouTube emerging as the digital darling of video seekers and sharers worldwide. The video platform draws 1 billion unique users each month and its ability to catch and keep attention has brought in brands eager to reach those captive consumers. Continue reading

Video Powerhouse: You Tube In Numbers – Infographic

YouTube, the video giant owned by Google which was started in February 2005 currently has 1 billion monthly active users watching 6 billion hours of video on the site every month. 100 hours of video is uploaded to the site every minute. Many more stats about the video giant have been presented Continue reading

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YouTube Tip: Create A Video Landing Page

For the B2B videos we produce, it’s best not to use YouTube. Although it’s easier to get ranked in search results using YouTube, you’re missing a lot of benefit because the video on YouTube will rank — not the one on your site. To combat this, create a video landing page and sitemap optimized for your company; you’ll get the video to rank and drive traffic to your site. —Andrew Angus, Switch Video

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YouTube Tip: Fill Out Your Descriptions Thoroughly

YouTube is owned by Google, so each video you publish on YouTube has the potential for high search visibility. Make sure to fill out every available empty box when you publish your video: title, tags, description, category.Brett Farmiloe, Markitors

The Economics Of Going Viral – Infographic

Until recently viral YouTube videos were one-time flukes.

Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars:
– Managers, PR programs, award shows, and content networks Continue reading

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YouTube Tip: Link Back To Your Site

One of the best ways to turn YouTube views into traffic and sales is to invite people back to your website at the end of your videos. Then, make it really easy for them by including a clickable link right in the video description box. Make sure you look at where your website traffic is coming from; you might just notice that YouTube traffic is the most engaged.Nathalie Lussier, The Website Checkup Tool

How To Build An Audience For Your You Tube Channel – Infographic

YouTube recently announced which contracts for its funded premium channels — featuring programming from chef personalities to The Wall Street Journal — are up for renewal and which are not. The video-sharing platform also said it will be adding new channels to the mix this year.

The team at FanBridge — a tool for monitoring audience growth and retention — has put together an infographic of funded and non-funded channels that highlights how channel owners are monetizing YouTube and keeping viewers engaged.

About 86% of survey respondents said they upload three or fewer videos each week, which places more emphasis on engagement rather than quanity.

“YouTube creators upload three or fewer videos a week, but are still spending a serious amount of time cross-pollinating their content across social channels,” a FanBridge spokesperson said. “Anyone looking at advertising on YouTube or brand marketers thinking about sponsoring a YouTube network would also be interested to see what to look for when comparing possible channels to get involved with.”

The infographic also shows channel owners are promoting videos on other platforms such as Facebook (85%) and Twitter (70%), but only 26% are communicating with their audience via email.

“YouTube channel owners can control email, but it’s harder to do so with social network communications,” the spokesperson said. “This means there is an opportunity for people to keep track of user base by using email and engage with them there too.”

Check out the full infographic below for more, then let us know what you think in the comments.

Source: Mashable.com

Enough is enough, You Tube. Together we are strong. – DireBoris