Did you know that 64% of today's internet traffic is video? This number is also growing and is believed to reach 80% by 2019. Eighty five percent of all companies today are committed to including video marketing in their overall business plan. Video is so popular because it can entice, entertain and engage better than any kind of text. However, viewers are also more aware about which platforms to turn to if they want specific types of information. As an example, YouTube is the place to be for music, gaming and tutorials. Those looking for celebrity brands and behind the scenes footage will go to Instagram Video.
VideoXtreme by Justin Sardi
Online video is developing so quickly that people struggle to keep up. Brands that are not including video marketing and SEO as part of their strategy find that they are struggling to stay in the game. While content remains of vital importance, it looks as if there is now a shift towards video content. Through video marketing, businesses can generate leads, build brand awareness and communicate with their market. Through video, a customer can easily be guided through each element of the sales funnel. What is even more important, however, is that it is possible to truly track video views and engagement. For a video marketing team, this is the most essential metric of all.
A main focus in video marketing and SEO is native uploading to Facebook. Facebook has recently announced that they are now having 1 billion unique daily visitors. Each of these people watch an average of four videos per day. While some of this is because Facebook has an autoplay feature (which can be switched off), it is still important in line with SEO. However, these views only count towards the popularity of your video if it is natively uploaded. The added benefit of native uploads is that it allows you to use the Video Playlist and Featured Video features. The benefits of uploading to Facebook, clearly, are huge. Looking at the statistics for June 2015, some 8,452 videos were uploaded. These videos generated a total of 1 million views. As good as this may seem, however, uploading to YouTube is equally important. In that same month, they generated 1 million views over just 5,919 videos. This shows that fewer videos are needed to attract a greater clientele. Because of these discrepancies, video marketing and SEO are very much about having a presence across all platforms. This is also why a single sharing button that places the same content on multiple platforms is so important to a business' overall success.
The Different Kinds of YouTube ads
In broad terms there are two kinds of YouTube Ads: ‘skippable ads and non-skippable ads.’
Non-skippable ads are ads that force people to watch. They can only be 15-20 seconds long.
These kinds of ads get better engagement, but they also have a higher abandonment rate.
These ads also tend to get a bad rap because they seem forceful. But if your ads are good, and the ads are targeted effectively, they don’t need to represent trouble.
Skippable ads are also known as TrueView ads. These are ads that don’t force people to watch. These can be shown in two ways: ‘In-stream’ and ‘In-display.’
Now, YouTube doesn’t really say that there is a maximum length for TrueView video ads.
What they do provide, however, are some suggestions — especially for the In-stream ads.
51% of In-stream run for 15-30 seconds.
If you want to make your ads longer than this, you may want to keep your In-stream at around 3 minutes (as YouTube has suggested).
In-display ads don’t exactly have a suggested maximum run time. These ads can be used to take people directly to a YouTube video, so you can get away with them being long. 25% of videos watched on Tablets are 60 minutes plus,.
So if the video you want to advertise is long and of value — In-display may work best for you.
In any case,if you’re creating a YouTube ad from scratch, you might want to keep it short so that it is easy to create.
You don’t have to stick to the suggestions provided, though doing so, will reduce the chances of your ad being rejected.
You can also create a form of YouTube Ads called In-Display Ads. These are ads that are shown in the search listings, related videos section or as video overlays.
You’ll notice there that there is a box on the far right that mentions ‘On partner websites.’
Because we’re only advertising on the YouTube site, this option is not open to us.
In-display ads aren’t as invasive as the other types of ads that we’ve discussed so far. That doesn’t mean that they’re not any good, though, as they can still generate results for you campaigns.
YouTube is the 2nd biggest search engine in the world.
If it costs too much for you to advertise in the Google search listings, you can advertise in the YouTube search listings instead.
Relevance is important. 48% of US mobile users prefer seeing ads that are related to the content they are watching.
As these videos appeared to be relevant, a significant percentage of the people would find them in the listings, would click on them.
And then a percentage of those people would become subscribers, and a percentage of those would eventually become customers.
If you want to quickly find some popular keywords that are related to your offering, just do a search on YouTube.
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