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Top YouTube Videos, Ads, and Game Trailers of 2015

It's that time of the year again, where we take a look back at some of top YouTube videos, ads, and game trailers of 2015. This review gives video marketers the chance to glean any strategic insights or spot any trends in the online video marketing, and advertising for the coming year.
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BuzzFeed: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

Want to know what makes publishing giant BuzzFeedVideo so successful on YouTube? Our 'Through the Wringer' series takes a deep dive into its channel to review the content, promotion, optimization, and community strategy of one of the world's biggest content machines.
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PewDiePie: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

Want to know what makes superstar gamer PewDiePie so successful on YouTube? Our 'Through the Wringer' series takes a deep dive into his channel to review the content, promotion, optimization, and community strategy of the world's biggest YouTube star.

How-To Get a YouTube Custom URL With Just 100 Subscribers

YouTube has lowered the number of subscribers a channel needs before it can claim a custom URL. Now you can change your YouTube channel's URL even if you only have 100 subscribers. We show you how in 5 easy steps.

How YouTube Channel CuteGirlsHairstyles Turned a Hobby into a Brand

CuteGirlsHairstyles, a YouTube channel dedicated to recreating hairstyles, has 3.7M subscribers. But what makes it really unique is how the family behind the videos built a brand out of a hobby. Now their twin daughters are finding success on YouTube too - and brands are racing to work with the family.
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Shure: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

Through the Wringer', our video marketing series takes an behind-the-scenes look at a top brand's YouTube channel and reviews the video marketing strategy of its content, along with insights on programming, marketing, and audience strategy. This week, audio and microphone specialists Shure gets the Reel Wringer treatment.
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GrubHub: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

'Through the Wringer', our video marketing series takes an in-depth look at a top brand's YouTube channel and reviews the content, programming, marketing, and audience strategy for any tips and strategy tricks to pass onto other creators and marketers. This week, online food ordering and delivery service GrubHub gets the Reel Wringer treatment.
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Evernote: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

'Through the Wringer', our video marketing series takes an in-depth look at a top brand's YouTube channel and reviews the content, programming, marketing, and audience strategy for any tips and strategy tricks to pass onto other creators and marketers. This week, productivity tool Evernote gets the Reel Wringer treatment.
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Brofresco: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

Video marketing series 'Through the Wringer' takes an in-depth look at a YouTube channel and reviews the content, programming, marketing, and audience strategy for any tips and strategy tricks to pass onto other creators and marketers. This week, Brofresco gets the Reel Wringer treatment.

Three Ways to Grow a YouTube Audience Who Love You [Ownage Pranks Case Study]

Ownage Pranks is a hugely successful YouTube channel with 3.3 million subscribers, but it wanted to learn more about growing its subscriber base even further to attract more ad revenue. The creators behind the prank-based channel turned to an agency for advice, and all video creators can benefit from the programming and optimization strategy tips.
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Good Mythical Morning: YouTube Channel Review – Through the ‘Reel’ Wringer

Video marketing series 'Through the Wringer' takes an in-depth look at a leading YouTube channel and reviews the content, programming, marketing, and audience strategy for clues to success. This week, Rhett and Link's hugely successful weekday talk show 'Good Mythical Morning' gets the Reel Wringer treatment.

Is YouTube Becoming the World’s Most Important Resource for Modern History?

For the past 100 years, news corporations and filmmakers have been frantically capturing the most important events of a generation on camera. Now, millions of minutes of that footage is being uploaded to YouTube for today's student, teacher, and history buff to access on demand. As TV and cable networks produce more entertainment-focused content in a bid to attract the viewers (and the ad revenue), is YouTube now becoming the world's most important resource to learn about modern history?