LEGO has found huge success with its video marketing strategy, and has millions of followers who engage with its content online. But it may be missing a trick by not uploading enough native videos to Facebook.
YouTube has given many brands the opportunity to raise awareness for their products and services via video. We take a look at 4 companies who used YouTube in innovative ways to reach their audience. Also, we confirm 5 ways video marketing is set to explode in 2016.
Although Fortune 50 companies can afford to advertise on television, their target viewers are watching as much video online as they’re watching on TV. And a huge number of that target audience is consuming video via their smartphones and tablets. That's why it's essential that those big companies need to embrace video as part of their mobile digital marketing strategy.
Native video uploads to Facebook have generated over 1.3 Trillion views in the past 12 months. So how do you make sure your Facebook video marketing campaign stands out from the rest. We bring you 20 tips you may not be aware of.
Video content should always aim to be entertaining, or informative, but given the nature of social video, it is critical that it also contains an element of conversation. When a creator or brand can rally a community around a video, they can amplify the reach of the video far more than the video could have done on its own.
Did you know that more than half of YouTube views and 65% of Facebook video views occur on mobile devices? The ever-increasing overlap between mobile usage and video consumption means that the top 3 priorities of video advertisers and marketers should really echo those of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki - mobile, mobile, and mobile.
CuteGirlsHairstyles, a YouTube channel dedicated to recreating hairstyles, has 3.7M subscribers. But what makes it really unique is how the family behind the videos built a brand out of a hobby. Now their twin daughters are finding success on YouTube too - and brands are racing to work with the family.
YouTube provided the perfect incubator for growing the Multichannel Network model, but now many MCNs are looking for opportunities beyond the site, to benefit the network, its stable of creators, the brands they collaborate with, and the platforms they publish to.
When building a successful multi-platform video strategy, brands need to know what type of content works best on which social video site. For instance, did you know that uploading a native video to Facebook can generate an enormous amount of views on the first day, but uploading the same video to YouTube can lead to more views and engagement in the long run? A new report from Tubular and Ogilvy offers brands an insight into how they can get the best out of YouTube, Facebook, Vine, and Instagram Video.
User-generated video content is often openly freebooted, with third parties monetizing that stolen content with little legal consequence. But UGC video deserves the same kind of rights management that branded content enjoys, but too many amateur creators are unaware of the protection they are entitled to.
On YouTube, views for Mother's Day content has increased more than 123% since 2010, to just over 127 Million views in 2014. But in 2015, Facebook is crushing the competition, with 63 Million views since January 1st 2015, compared to 40 Million for YouTube.
User-generated video content, rather than branded, makes up a significant portion of the top videos uploaded to Facebook, YouTube and Vine. A lot of these fan videos reference brands, and not always in the best light. But there's hope for agencies and marketing teams if they can capitalize on the trend and gain back their share-of-voice.
Do you know how many views a YouTube video gets on average? We took a look at 9 of the major categories and analyzed the average amount of views across each category. The numbers may surprise you, as will the affect that certain keywords in the title have on view count.