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.
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?
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.
Cap’n Crunch has started a new late-night talk show on YouTube. However, some might be skeptical about his hosting talents. Check out the infographic below to learn why the Cap’n actually makes a great host.
In 1968, Andy Warhol was quoted as saying “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” YouTube has, by and large, facilitated the realization of this prophecy. Learn more about “YouTube Sensationalism” in this infographic by Hostgator.
MDG Advertising’s latest infographic highlights YouTube’s astounding numbers of visitors and views, along with the hours spent watching and dollars spent on marketing, and breaks down how brands are channeling their efforts. It’s an eye-opening look at the value of video advertising and illustrates why brands should use YouTube in their social media marketing efforts.
Every month 22,000 people search for the term “YouTube Marketing” because YouTube is easy to work with and it has proved to bring tangible results. Check out this infographic by BrandOmni for information about using YouTube for branding and SEO.
Has the popularity of YouTube made television obsolete?Growth in television advertising has slowed while video streaming revenue continues to sky rocket. This infographic provides some interesting data on the growth of YouTube since its birth in 2005.