By now you have learned about the powers of YouTube and how it could really help your business, but if not used correctly they can also hurt you. Danny Wong from The Next Web shared 5 YouTube videos gone wrong and how be believes they could have been made better. The only one Broad Reach doesn’t agree with is Old Spice, we think that video was very effective. To check out the videos, click here.
Hey, look it’s a monkey smelling it’s butt! Yes, YouTube has hilarious videos like the one just mentioned, but it’s also a fantastic tool for your business. Amy-Mae Elliot from Mashable wrote the article, ”Top 10 YouTube Tips for Small Businesses,” that could be a great deal of help to you and your small business. One tool we think is very cool that YouTube offers is their auto-captioning, so even those with hearing problems can enjoy your videos. For some other tips from Mashable, click here.
So you’ve decided to make video for your company, but how will you show them to the world? This is an important question to ask yourself and could make a huge difference. An article by Don Power from Sprout Social Insights, ”YouTube Vs. Vimeo: Which Video Site Is Best for Business,” explores what each site has to offer and what each one lacks. One stat that is sure to catch your eyes in favor of YouTube is its 450 million visitors each month, hard to deny those numbers. On the other hand, Vimeo is much more customizable and that may be imperitive to your brand. If you would like to learn more about each video site, click here.
Believe it or not, YouTube is a fantastic source for your company. Don’t believe us? Just ask the people over at Gigaom who wrote the article, ”34 Ways to Use YouTube for Business,” and they’ll give you, well, 34 ways. Enjoy!
There is no denying the power of YouTube. That’s why we decided to show a YouTube video showing off the powers of another social site, WordPress. This video should be a major help for those companies looking to build a blog or even an entire web site using WordPress.
For those of you who enjoy making videos, but have no video editing software on your computer, you’re in luck. YouTube has created a simple video editor for its users. Josh Lowensohn from CNET has a great article on how to use the editor. This is a great source for anyone looking to do some quick and simple editing.