Fake Freckles: The Surprising Summer Beauty Hack That’s Trending Online

If you’re into beauty you’re probably looking to online video tutorials to find the latest trends and how to rock them. We take a look at one current beauty hack, the fake freckle, and highlight the brands and influencers that are uploading the most viewed and most engaging freckle-faking videos....

Carpool Karaoke: From Snackable Content to Viral Phenomenon

The goal of show-related online video content has always been to generate more TV viewers to the show. But with 'Carpool Karaoke', an engaged audience has been built online around that snackable content, and it's driving the huge success of 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' across all mediums....

A Day in the Life of the Weather Channel’s Digital Editor-in-Chief

Did you know The Weather Channel has a host of related digital channels that generate around 400M video views on Facebook a month? We talked to its digital editor-in-chief Neil Katz, about growth hacking, digital video strategy, and dancing llamas. ...

Here’s the Daily Mail’s Winning Social Video Strategy

With over 11.3M followers on Facebook alone, The Daily Mail is one of the most-watched news and media publishers of 2017. But what makes the brand’s videos so appealing? Here’s what we discovered when we analyzed the Daily Mail’s video content....

Audiences Can’t Get Enough of Wonder Woman Video Content

The much-anticipated Wonder Woman movie has finally been released, and the initial reviews are very positive. But how does this enthusiasm for Wonder Woman translate into views and engagement on videos like official trailers and fan-related content?...

In 2017, Every Brand Needs to Have an Influencer Strategy

In April 2017, Tubular tracked 8M influencers who collectively drove 759B video views. This compares to 180B total monthly views for media and entertainment organizations, and 24B views for brands. That's why every brand needs an influencer strategy for their marketing campaigns....

How The New York Times is Making News With Social Video

The New York Times is one of the most recognized media companies in the United States, and over the last 160 years, it has built a name for itself as a destination for authoritative news and professional journalism. The NYT also has an engaging social video presence with 15.2 million followers, and thanks to these dedicated fans, NYT routinely pulls in millions of views a month from its video content. ...

Destruction Content Is Blowing Up on YouTube

Destruction-based videos have exploded on social video, particularly on YouTube. In fact, views for this very niche content have increased 366% year-on-year on that platform. ...