Viral Thread, The Lad Bible, BuzzFeed's Tasty, and The DoDo, were some of the most-watched publishers on Facebook for video content in March 2017. Take a look at the brand new Tubular Leaderboard for top Facebook creators for more information.
According to the latest online video ranking leaderboards from Tubular, BuzzFeed's Tasty, Viral Thread, The LAD BIble, The Daily Mail, and UNILAD were some of the top video creators across the big social video platforms in March 2017.
Over 47K sponsored videos have already been uploaded to Facebook in 2017, generating a staggering 5B views, and 122M engagements. Sponsored video content is driving a huge amount of views and engagement, particularly for news and sports publishers.
How are luxury brands leveraging video, and what type of video content is working for them? A new study from OMD EMEA and Tubular Labs reveals vital social video insights across select sectors of the luxury industry.
Choosing the right strategy for your video marketing campaigns is more critical than ever. But what are the key trends to follow? Join Tubular for our free webinar that promises to bring you right up to date with the latest trends and insights affecting online video in the first quarter of 2017
Videos uploaded by official CNN properties have generated over 8.4 Billion views across all the main social video platforms since 2007. That makes it so much more than a cable news network. In fact it's a prime target for online advertisers who want to reach news junkies.
Publishers and brands who want to step up their live content game don’t need to look any farther than Facebook Live. We bring you 8 killer content ideas to make the most out of your Facebook Live strategy.
The WWE generated a staggering 660M views across the main social video platforms in January 2017, but the raw ingredient to WWE’s smackdown success isn’t just professional wrestling; it’s epic storytelling.
Did you know that consumers are spending an average of six hours per week watching video content on social media networks? Or that 46% of consumers said they’ve actually made a purchase as a result of watching a brand video on social media?