Nestlé and YouTube are partnering on a new advertising campaign for the KITKAT chocolate bar in the UK. But it is the confectionary brand's collaborations with well-known YouTube creators that is driving real engagement online.
According to new research carried out by the social network, 82% of Twitter users will watch a video on the platform, with 41% confirming they turn to Twitter to discover new video content. The site itself wants to introduce a 'Related Videos' feature “get people to binge on videos as they do on 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.
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.
Snicker's latest video marketing campaign, “You’re Not YouTube” enlists the help of 13 popular “how-to” YouTube vloggers. But how can the brand ensure this campaign hits the target like the original from 2010?
Kraft and Heinz have announced they are to merge, creating the fifth-largest food and beverage company in the world. This business move creates a potential goldmine for the new company in terms of increased engagement and visibility on YouTube, a marketing strategy that neither brand has really taken full advantage of as yet.
We take a look at two brands - GoPro and ULTA Beauty - who have found a rewarding way of embedding YouTube videos and playlists on their sites. It's a video marketing strategy that has benefited both their websites and their YouTube channels.
YouTube's much talked-about Hero, Hub and Hygiene strategy offers a solid content marketing structure for your videos. But how do brands recreate that strategy so their content generates the engagement they need? We discuss this all-important topic on this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk podcast, the best podcast for YouTube video marketing tips.
Is your YouTube channel attracting the right audience? Are you reaching the right viewers, and making your channel more appealing for brand deals? We discuss this super-hot topic in this week's #TubeTalk marketing podcast.
Some of the biggest names on YouTube were invited to create fake Super Bowl ads for this year's game. The ads had to be good, they had to entertaining, and they had to include a golden nugget of video marketing advice. Did you watch them all?
There are some exciting changes coming to the ReelSEO website and YouTube channel. We're introducing a brand new online video tips and advice series which will benefit creators, video marketers, and anyone passionate about succeeding in online video.
Facebook is being touted as the new destination site to upload a branded video if you want the views, and the engagement. But, is it fair to compare Facebook to YouTube when they are clearly very different models?
Super Bowl has become a month-long event on YouTube, with viewers tuning in to watch the latest video ads made for the event as soon as they are released. With that in mind, brands and video marketers should be looking at getting their content lined up now for Super Bowl 2016
Video marketing is as much of an art as it is a science. Understanding the crucial role that logic and emotion play in engaging the viewer is the first step to unlocking the full potential of your video marketing strategy.
Can brands really map out a viral video strategy in 2015? And, can a video really go viral without some kind of paid distribution and marketing strategy? We discuss these questions and more, in this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk podcast.