The Google+ page/YouTube channel integration has been in beta for about a month now, and YouTube is getting closer to opening it up to everyone. There will soon be an option for everyone to make the connection in the next few weeks.
YouTube has announced the winners of the Next Vlogger 2013 contest. 15 lucky winners will now receive $4,000 in production stuff, a Google+ Hangout workshop series with experts in the field, and the chance to collaborate with a whole bunch of other vloggers around the world.
YouTube Creator Academy starts up on June 3-June 16 with a course called “Maximize Your Channel.” The free online course is open for registration all the way through to June 16. The course is designed to maximize the features of YouTube’s One Channel design.
YouTube is announcing 100 hours of video uploaded every minute. It tells us that YouTube continues to grow and that’s great. But more content being uploaded to YouTube means it will require more effort to get noticed, and you need to be prepared to do the work.
How can certain networks that are successful on cable figure out this YouTube thing? One way is to realize what kind of audience is on YouTube and go after them, rather than appealing to the same audience that watches the cable network. YouTube is all about direct relationships with consumers.
YouTube is tinkering with a new kind of shoppable ad system on the Tresemmé channel. The best part for me: you can actually stay on the channel while you watch videos. The products are in a sidebar and you don’t ever get whisked away to another site until you’re ready to buy.
YouTube One Channel has been available since March. Now, for all of you who hate the idea of change, you’re changing anyway on June 5. No one will be special anymore come next month! And, rest assured, YouTube will likely change it again once you’re used to it.
Chris Crum at WebProNews reports: Google announced a feature for YouTube, which could prove to be a pretty big deal in ecommerce. They’re now letting businesses include “Buy Now” buttons on their YouTube channels, so users can purchase products through various retailers.’ Check out how TRESemmé set up their Youtube Buy Now campaign: Read the full [...]
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If Youtube wanted to solicit any valuable information they would break down where the views are directed towards. As youtube continues to blossom, I feel less interested in what the company can provide to me as a hosting service for my explanatory videos.
In terms of volume of traffic to US homes, video is the star of the internet with over half of mobile and fixed data usage attributable to video content alone. Netflix and YouTube lead the way, of course, with YouTube now responsible for over 20% of mobile downstream traffic in North and Latin America and [...]
You got an account in good standing? 1,000 subscribers? You’re set up with SMS verification? You too can start Live Streaming YouTube in a few weeks. Right now, many creators should be able to see an “Enable” button that gets them closer to live nirvana (the state of being, obviously not the band).
YouTube’s Comedy Week looks like it might be really funny. But they’re not relying on merely spreading the word: they’ve got videos chock full of stars promoting the event. From The Lonely Island to Sarah Silverman to Epic Meal Time to even Arnold Schwarzenegger.
As of May 2013, here are the top subscribed channels on YouTube. After SMOSH has broken a number of records and will likely be the first channel to hit 10 million subscribers soon, a look at the other channels and what they do seemed to be in order.
YouTube have announced a pay by subscription option for the first time in their history but we’d like to take a moment to celebrate those channels that are still free but we’d gladly pay for if we had to. Let us know some of your favourites channels too.
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Starcount, a social media measuring guru, is holding an event called the Social Star Awards on May 23. They enlisted the services of Portal A to create a video for the event starring Harlye Morenstein and the GoDaddy lucky kiss nerd, Jesse Heiman. The event is being held in Singapore.
YouTube trolls are awful, let’s face it. But there’s a way to turn their hateful comments into an opportunity to show that you are above it all. And you can create tremendous goodwill with how you handle such comments. This is how you do it.
The long-rumored YouTube paid subscription channels are here. They’re selling for 99 cents a month, have two week free trials, and offer deals if you want to subscribe for more than a year. Now, will the content be worth it?
Microsoft has created a YouTube app for Windows Phone that blocks ads and allows users to download videos. While these things are frowned upon by YouTube API standards, the question becomes, “Is Microsoft breaking the law by doing this?”
YouTube Trends has added a map that will allow you to see what videos are conquering which regions of the country, complete with nifty clickable thumbnails. You can break it down by age, gender, views and shares, and just have a grand old time interpreting the data.
When it comes to finding your videos on your own personal website in Google search, you’re best off having a YouTube video embedded there, according to data discovered by Searchmetrics. This might shock you, but videos from pretty much any other source don’t rank too well.
YouTube is making minor improvements to uploading. You will now get an e-mail notification when your video has finished uploading. Also, YouTube is going to play the waiting game with public videos and only publish when you’re ready so you can put in all your SEO before it goes live.
The long-rumored YouTube paid subscription channels may be coming as early as this week, according to various reports. We’ve been hearing about the possible paid channels for several months now, so this is as good a time as any.
It’s been a very busy week for NewFronts, with AOL, Yahoo, Crackle and Hulu all announcing new and original online video content for the coming year. Meanwhile, YouTube told us why they were better than TV and Red Bull Stratos took home a clutch of Webby Awards.
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We talked to Marty Kinrose at UCP WORK, Inc, an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy that has launched a YouTube channel in the past week. We asked Marty what the challenges of running a charity with no government funding are, and how he hopes YouTube will spread the word.
Really? 6 billion hours a month? How do we have time to do anything at that rate? Anyway, YouTube is announcing in the middle of NewFront Week that the amount of hours we spend on YouTube has increased by 50 percent from 4 billion to 6 billion hours a month, and that’s crazy.
Major League Baseball has always been stubborn when it comes to finding classic clips and baseball highlights on YouTube. They take down everything someone tries to upload of its sport, and weren’t too keen in allowing anyone to see them legally. Now, they’re embracing YouTube…but there are still some issues.
The highly-coveted YouTube Live Stream is being made available to Congress. How will politicians use this new tool to their advantage? Will they use it at all? Who will want to watch politicians talk about anything for an extended period of time? We shall soon see.
Fujifilm Sonosite produces portable, compact ultrasounds that can be used in point-of-care cases. This is how they use YouTube to spread the word about high-performance ultrasounds that can be taken to remote areas and help those in need, and meanwhile, rank highly for a coveted search phrase.
Hank Green, one half of the Vlogbrothers, wrote a very good piece on the YouTube Original Channels Initiative, a full year after the program came to be and delivered at best mixed results. This is what Green learned, and he’s sharing it with us!
U.S. Senate hopefuls in Massachusetts have oddly quiet YouTube channels, especially for Democratic and Republican primaries that are happening tomorrow. Is it because voters don’t watch online video? Far from it.