If you are looking for more options to interact with viewers of your videos, YouTube has a unique feature called Poll Cards. Poll Cards allow the viewers to partake in multiple-choice polls incorporated right into a video. The card can display at any desired time in the video and results are shown in real time, so we encourage you to try Poll Cards as a great way to increase engagement on your videos.
Today we are looking at one of the biggest video sharing platforms in the world, Dailymotion. With 3.5 billion monthly views (1.5B in EU/Middle East/Africa, 1.4B in Asia, 600MM in NA), it’s the 3rd largest video platform behind Google/YouTube and Facebook (above Hulu & Netflix). 15% of that audience being exclusive to Dailymotion (i.e. not on YouTube).
YouTube Spaces are video production facilities located around the world that are available for channel owners to use. There are locations in Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, New York, Såo Paulo, Berlin, Paris, Mumbai, and Toronto. The facilities act as physical locations where content creators can go to learn new video making skills and get advice and guidance with making their videos. The main purpose of the spaces is to foster and teach the three YouTube principles: Learn, share, create.
YouTube has quietly released a new feature called “End Screens” that are meant to keep viewers engaged after a video ends. The feature is still in beta and only available to select channels, but will soon be available to all channels. This will be a powerful tool that every channel should put to use to increase engagement and watch time, so read on for more information on exactly how it works.