BeautyCon, and other industry events that bring enthusiastic creators and fans together over a shared passion, are an absolute goldmine for video marketing teams and brands to find influencers to endorse their product or service.
Creators who monetize their content on YouTube can earn revenue from advertising placed against those videos. But how does that system work? There seems to be some confusion within the community, particularly when it comes to ads being clicked.
Video plays a critical role in General Electric's mission to attract new audiences. The brand has collaborated with a number of influential YouTube creators, as well as one of the biggest MCNs, Fullscreen, to find new ways to tell its story.
Channel Frederator is a hugely successful MCN specializing in animated content. We talked to Matt Gielen, Director of Programming and Audience Development at the network about its programming strategy, and picked up some amazing tips along the way.
7 of the media companies presenting to advertisers at the 2015 Digital Content NewFronts are Multi-channel networks (MCNs). We take a look into why these MCNs are hosting their own events, and if they are transitioning into Multi-Platform Networks (MPNs).
Do you want your fans and subscribers to be able to financially contribute to your YouTube channel to allow you to create even more video content? If your account is in good standing, and you live in one of the four countries that allows you to enable Fan Funding, here is our guide to setting up this Tip Jar feature.
The history of video marketing is constantly evolving and has been through a huge transition since it first hit the internet. In the last 20 years, we've been on a journey from personal, to viral, to social video marketing, and YouTube has been center stage for most of it.
If you want to succeed in online video, whatever your goal, you need to take the extra step and go the extra mile with your content. What are those steps? We have 7 for you right here, straight from YouTubers who know what they are talking about.
YouTubers BarelyPolitical have made a video that addresses the biggest complaints that users have about the site, including those big hits, Google+ integration, live-streaming issues, frustration with monetization, MCN's, and lack of views. It's hilarious and well worth watching.
YouTube is, and has been for much of the past decade, the single most dominant force in on-line video. But it's becoming less relevant for video creators as options amass. Now that companies like YouTube, and Netflix, have all contributed in lowering bandwidth costs, the market is ripe for opportunity and change.
While many content owners throw piles of take down notices at YouTube users who upload clips of their content, FremantleMedia takes a different tact and sees a monetization opportunity instead. So they leave the clips up, for the most part, and use it all to generate revenue. It makes sense given that their parent company also owns a massive YouTube MCN.
When the British Red Cross wanted to reach as many teenagers as possible to teach them the benefits of learning first aid, they knew they had to create a campaign that would engage them from the start. So it reached out to some top UK YouTube creators to help. The results were very encouraging.
YouTube has been an online marketer and video creators dream come true. But it's time that you move past that and stop coughing up control and revenue when you could be doing so much more with your online video campaigns. JWPlayer's new whitepaper talks all about optimizing your YouTube channel as the spear in your online video marketing thrust that will bring more and more users to your own sites where you have control and more revenue to your pocket, where you want it.
In the battle for attention, YouTube is winning. Even traditional media companies are investing big, with the goal being to have a more direct line into the lives of younger audiences. Brands are figuring out how to leverage YouTube as well. A big part of that has been in brand integration deals