Video

Did you know brands using video in their social media marketing see 10 times the number of shares than those that don’t? Research continues to show the value of video ...

If content is king, then we could say that video content has officially claimed the throne in 2017. It’s hardly a secret that internet video consumption has seen enormous growth ...

We’re still very far away from real-time Google Street View or satellite imagery on Google Maps, but Google is, for the first time, introducing video in parts of its mapping ...

A few times a day I’ll look over and notice one of my colleagues smiling, laughing, frowning, or making a face for no apparent reason. I chose to investigate what ...

Like any social media marketer, a big part of your success relies on how well you know the channels you deal with. With social video quickly becoming one of the ...

Almost all social media sites have their own native video features, and now, Pinterest does too—kind of. Pinterest video, at least, is definitely here and it definitely matters. Pinterest technically ...

At the same time as Facebook and Snapchat are stocking up on original shows, media companies are independently producing episodic series for Facebook-owned Instagram. Sometime last year, Bustle Editor in ...

With more than one billion users—or nearly one-third of all internet users—YouTube is a cultural (and marketing) force to be reckoned with. Each day YouTubers watch a billion hours of ...

Video is the name of the game in social networking: sites like Facebook and Twitter have been doubling down on the medium in recent years to drive more traffic and ...

Videos are beneficial when used in all areas of marketing. It’s why we have landing page videos and product videos and explainer videos and so much more. We need to ...

Ranking number one is easy! Of course, that is a bit of a tongue-in-cheek comment. After years of working in the search industry, I know that ranking number one in ...

Whether your video is on Facebook, YouTube, or Instagram, the first five seconds of your video have to be weird. Seth Godin calls this concept the purple cow. Even if ...
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