Boston Dynamics' dancing robots are going viral all over the Internet. But is it possible to commercialize robots with current video strategy?
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2020 has been a crazy year - not only for the world but for YouTube creators as well. COPPA alone shook the community and made people think: should I keep making videos? Definitely yes! Stay tuned because there are a bunch of exciting features coming to YouTube next year.
What are YouTube chapters? How are they different from timestamps? How to add chapters to YouTube videos? If you are confused and want to learn how to use the new YouTube feature, then you should definitely check out this article!
As of 2020, there are more than 37 million YouTube channels out there. The number of channels is growing strong: last year it grew more than 23%. People all around the world are creating a YouTube channel, and uploading 500 hours of video every minute.
Following Instagram’s release of Reels, YouTube has recently launched a new short-form video creator called YouTube Shorts. So how does it actually look and what’s the benefit of using Shorts compared to rapidly growing TikTok? Find out down below!
Display, overlay, in-stream ads - which one is better for me?! If you are confused and want to understand which type of YouTube ad is suitable for your advertising campaign, how much it's gonna cost you, and what to consider before investing money into video production, check out our guide to YouTube ads...
Your title is (by far) your video's most important piece of metadata. That's why, when it comes to video SEO, including your keyword in your video title is an absolute must. Also, make sure not to change the keyword. It's best to use the exact, word-for-word term.
If you have no clue where to start building an actual YouTube Strategy for your brand, you’ve come to the right place. We 've consulted startups as well as Fortune 500 companies (both B2B and B2C) on YouTube strategy, and we are ready to share our experience and processes.
You want to buy YouTube subscribers. And you think this is a good idea. But something inside you tells you to wait. Lucky you. You have come to the right place. Because I am here to: a) keep your YouTube channel from harm and b) tell you a story
YouTube revealed its ad revenue for the first time. The company made over $15 billion from ads last year alone — up 36 percent from 2018 and 86 percent compared to 2017. The platform contributes roughly 10% to Google's total revenue.