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Facebook Video Owns Day One, But YouTube Wins the Long-Term Love

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.

Airbnb vs. Uber: Which Brand Engages the Most Video Viewers? [Brand vs Brand]

Airbnb and Uber may not be direct competitors, but they are both leading brands in the 'on-demand' economy. We look at how both companies are using video to tell there particular stories, and find that there's plenty of room for improvement when it comes to driving an engaged audience.

Maybe Vertical Video Isn’t That Evil After All?

For years, video footage shot in vertical or portrait mode has had a terrible rap. But with so much user-generated video being filmed via portrait-friendly mobile devices these days, perceptions may finally be changing.

How Expedia Tapped into the Emotional Power of the Travel Video [Case Study]

Video is undoubtedly one of the most effective marketing vehicles for the travel industry. As part of its successful 'Find Yours' campaign, Expedia leveraged both user-generated and professionally-produced video content to communicate the emotional journey that travel can unlock.

Facebook Raises its Video Game with Revenue Share for Brand Creators

There were 56.4 Billion video views on Facebook in June 2015, compared to 34.8 Billion views for YouTube. Now, some creators and brands will get the chance to monetize their video content on Facebook as part of an ad revenue scheme. But don't get too excited yet, as you'll need to become an official Facebook partner first.

How-to Master the Facebook Video Algorithm: 3 Winning Tactics

There is enormous potential for brands to leverage their video content on Facebook, however ensuring those videos get seen can be tricky. We offer three tips to mastering the Facebook video algorithm and achieving maximum organic reach for your video marketing efforts.

Twitter: We Want Users to Binge-watch Our Video Content Too!

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.”

How Charities are Using Video to Raise Awareness for Nepal

In the aftermath of the devastating Nepal earthquake, how are charities using video to rise above the noise of news footage and user-generated content to reach out those willing to donate? And how can charities maximum their impact in the critical few days after natural or man-made disasters?

More Love For Mother’s Day Videos on Facebook Than YouTube

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.

Why Are Advertising Execs Rooting for Facebook Video Ads?

A recent report states that advertising executives favor Facebook over YouTube when it comes to ad spend. But agencies and brands need to pay very close attention to metrics beyond views if they want to evaluate video advertising on any platform or app.

How Teeny Tiny Videos are Generating Huge Engagement on YouTube

Tiny cooking videos are one of the hottest food and cooking trends on YouTube right now. Viewers have a real appetite for watching steady-handed chefs create incredible gourmet treats using miniature utensils and candle-powered cookware.