According to recent research, the average Internet user is likely to watch roughly 206 videos each month. Based on that statistic, it may not surprise you to read that almost seventy percent of marketers now incorporate video into their marketing campaigns. In the following infographic, Wyzowl makes the case for video and including information that will convince you of how important developing and sharing video is to your overall content marketing efforts online.
The industry of YouTube downloaders and converters started to regress after it reached its highest point in September, 2012 and fell into stagnation. What goes next? The following infographic takes a better look.
You’ve put your time and effort into a killer demo and now it’s time for it’s world premier. You want everyone to see it, share it and love it, but how? Make it Social! Social media is becoming the source for smart sharing and a big player in the consumer decision-making process. But do you Tweet it? Post it on Facebook? Post on Instagram?
If you are YouTube user, then you know how powerful it can be to have a video ranking on the top of the search results. Many of us wonder how so many average people can be transformed into YouTube celebrities in such a short period of time. The key to having your video stand out from the crowd is to properly optimize it.
Here is an infographic put together by Hostgator for those who aspire to earn online royalties. They have have listed several ways for you to generate some revenue online, all of which will depend mostly on your creative endeavors such as music, photography and of course, Youtube.
When it comes to video streaming, there’s two media giants at war for your viewing dollars: Amazon and Netflix. Business Management Degree has created an infographic entitled, “The Fight of the Century: Amazon vs. Netflix”, pitting these two streaming heavyweights against each other. Let’s see where this match-up takes us.
For better or worse, the phenomenon of “viral video” has created its very own particular crop of pseudo-celebrities. Some burn out quickly, others are able to parlay their allotted 15 minutes of fame into something more lasting. This infographic aims to present you with the cream of the viral video crop and answer that burning question that we each have inside of us: Where are they now?
The Internet has been an exceptional tool at connecting audiences worldwide with collective pools of information. With help from mobile devices and tablets, we have immediate, on-hand access to information like we never have before. As we enter this new era of innovation and technology, education and training has also fluctuated to keep up. That’s where videos come in.
The S.S. Guppy is nothing without #TeamCrunch fans manning the decks. Check out the infographic below that highlights some of #TeamCrunch’s fans.
The Captain can be quite the diva. Check out the infographic below presented by CapnCrunch.com that highlights his top five green room requests.
The Cap’n Crunch show is back with another infographic. This one is about five rules for interviewing in a cereal bowl.
Mobile internet usage is booming and nowhere is this more obvious than the online video market. People are watching more online video these days than ever before. Check out some of the numbers below.
Skype has been bringing people together for over ten years now. Check out the infographic below to learn about the fascinating people, places and behaviors Skype has inspired.
If you haven’t already heard, Cap’n Crunch is now hosting his very own late-night talk show on YouTube. His dream however is to guest host a real late-night talk show, and with your help he can reach his goal. Check out the infographic below to learn why the Cap’n makes a good host and don’t forget to join #TeamCrunch to help the Cap’n achieve his dream.