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A Guide to YouTube Interactive Cards ‚Ėļ Future of Annotations

YouTube users can finally access see annotations on their mobile devices in the form of new YouTube Cards! Creators can use the Cards to add extra interactivity to their videos, and inform the viewer about other websites, videos, playlists, fundraising, fan funding, and merchandise they'd like them to see without detracting from the video they are watching.

How to Optimize YouTube Videos for Mobile Devices

Half of all YouTube traffic comes from mobile devices so what is the best way to optimize your videos for mobile? On this week's TubeTalk podcast we discuss getting the most out of your mobile traffic analytics, explain the difference between the YouTube mobile apps, and confirm which annotations work on phones and tablets.

How YouTube Can Overcome the Strategic Threat From Facebook

There's no doubt that Facebook poses a real threat to YouTube's dominance when it comes to video reach. But, a new focus on generating engagement via YouTube advertising may just prevent Facebook from cutting off the ad revenues that YouTube and Google need.

By 2019, 72% of Mobile Traffic Will Be Video Content [Cisco Study]

Video content will be responsible for an incredible 72% of total mobile data traffic by 2019, according to a new study by Cisco. That's a 13-fold increase in the next 4 years, and puts network providers under pressure to deliver consistent high-quality video to consumers.

Where NOT to Place Annotations on YouTube Videos

Annotations are a fantastic feature for any YouTube creator as they can be used to guide the viewer to watch other channel content, visit an associated website, or to give extra information about a topic. But the placement of your annotation can drastically impact its success rate, so we show you what to avoid on this week's How-To's Day.

How-to Get the Most YouTube Video Views Via Facebook

How do you get the most views for the YouTube videos you upload to Facebook? What is YouTube's own secret to success for promoting its video uploads on Facebook? We discuss the best strategy on this week's TubeTalk podcast.

Online Video Streaming Up 60%, TV Consumption Down But Not Out [Report]

A new report from Nielsen confirms that digital TV consumption is growing at a phenomenal rate, while traditional broadcast TV viewing is on the decline. That being said, TV still accounts for an average of about 141 hours watched each month, compared to 11 hours a month for online content.

Tablets and Smartphone Video Views Up by 400% on 2012 [Report]

Viewers watching video via their mobile devices account for 30% of all video views, an increase of 200% compared to this time last year, and a jump of 400% on Q3 2012. The mobile share of video consumption is predicted to increase to 50% by 2015.

How-to Use YouTube’s InVideo Programming to Promote Your Channel

InVideo Programming allows you to add some interactivity to your YouTube videos, like a branded watermark, image, or feature video or playlist. On this week's TubeTalk podcast, we discuss the ways in which InVideo Programming can help promote your YouTube channel.

What are the Top Six Social Video Trends for Brands in 2015?

Brands, agencies, and video marketers should already be gearing up for next year's campaigns, but what are the top social video trends of 2015, and how can brands take advantage of the opportunities around them?

5 Ways to Use Instagram’s Hyperlapse for Video Marketing

Instagram's Hyperlapse app allows you to create amazing time-lapse videos on your smartphone, and upload them to social networking sites. In this week's Creator's Tip, we discuss the ways you can use this app to create engaging marketing videos.