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Distributing Video on Facebook

Distributing Video on Facebook

The rise of digital video affects the entire internet, of course, but its impact is especially notable on social networks. Needless to say, the results demand attention. Facebook video posts have increased by 94% annually in U.S. The total potential Facebook video viewing audience is 1.71 billion monthly active users. Facebook video now gets 8 [...]
How To Use A Video Mini Course For Training

How To Use A Video Mini Course For Training

Training has always been a really important part of educating and teaching knowledge to others. As the world becomes even more digital this creates an incredible opportunity to leverage video in training. This could be product training, client/customer onboarding, thought leadership training or educating the next generation of activists around your world changing idea.Whatever the [...]
Top Methods For Distributing Video On YouTube

Top Methods For Distributing Video On YouTube

YouTube is no longer alone. Once the clearly dominant video destination, YouTube has seen steady and heavy competition from Facebook. Frankly, YouTube deserves some of this. They’ve been sluggish compared to Facebook's product development team. That said, YouTube is still YouTube, and its primary position means a YouTube-first marketing strategy makes the most sense for [...]
Video Distribution Using Linkedin

Video Distribution Using Linkedin

LinkedIn is the place for B2B advertising. But that’s not exactly news to you, is it? If you’re trying to sell to professionals, you want to reach them when they’re working. You don’t want to swim upstream against a deluge of cat videos, political nonsense, and family photos. That’s a poor investment of time, money, [...]
Top 5 Reasons To Host Your Own Video

Top 5 Reasons To Host Your Own Video

The Top 3 Video Hosting Services: Wistia, Vidyard, BrightCove The video hosting question is asked and answered, right? YouTube and Vimeo have claimed the space, so just use one of those. And hey, they’re free. Problem is, it’s not so simple. Anyone who’s wondering where their video should live should be prepared to look beyond [...]
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