The YouTube Annotations Editor is being discontinued. As of May 2 you will no longer be able to add new annotations or edit existing annotations.
February was a relatively mellow month in the social media world. Facebook only had a few, while smaller players like Pinterest and YouTube had several as well. Snapchat’s IPO also provided a variety of enlightening data for marketers to use. Here are some of the top social media updates from February 2017.
Unskippable 30-second video ads will fade to black for good on YouTube in 2018. YouTube has officially announced the end of this hated format.
YouTube is launching mobile live streaming and a tool to earn money from those live streams – but only for creators with at least 10,000 subscribers.
YouTube has put out a list of the top 20 most viewed Super Bowl commercials of the past nine years. Watch all 20 Super Bowl ads here.
November was a busy month in the social media world. There were updates, enhancements, and announcements across various social networks. Here is a roundup.
October was a relatively mellow month in terms of social media updates, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t any noteworthy announcements. #RIPVine
YouTube is rolling out some new features that are designed to improve engagement in your comments section and also filter out the comment trolls.
YouTube has added a new feature, End Screens, that lets you add a thumbnail overlay to promote your videos and playlists, encourage subscriptions, and more.
Video image search via Deep Learning is now a reality. Searching video images that are processed by deep learning opens up a new world for Video SEO. Content creators now have to consider what objects in video images drive keyword usage along with the story creation.
Twitter’s character count expansion was extremely noteworthy, as were Facebook’s numerous updates for businesses. Here’s the scoop on these changes and more in this month’s social roundup.
Google has acquired a company called FameBit in an effort to bring in more revenue to the online video community.
YouTube is giving brands a new way to ensure they are being transparent to viewers about paid content that appears on the video-sharing site.
YouTube is now notifying publishers directly when removing monetization from videos that are not considered to be advertiser-friendly.
YouTube wants to get more social with Backstage, which will include new features like photos, polls, links, text posts, exclusive videos, and rich replies.
If you want to monetize your video content you have many YouTube advertising targeting options. However, we caught a recent issue with keyword targeting.
With over a billion users and enough traffic, YouTube is the third most popular website globally. Here are five ways to improve your YouTube organic reach.
Considering to advertise on YouTube? Here are some of the most effective ways to advertise on YouTube – with or without having a video!
As more people turn to eyewitness video to keep up with breaking news events as they happen, YouTube has launched a site to help people follow this kind of content more closely.
Ranking in YouTube is no different than in the SERPs. Make sure you put the sweat equity into creating the best content to reap your reward.