Guest post by Erica Sunarjo
As 2019 nears its end, it is safe to assume that video content has been on a continuous rise. And, with 1.9 billion YouTube users worldwide, there is no wonder as to why content creators have expanded their reach beyond the limits of their written blog posts. While it is true that YouTube is not the only place where you can post video content and reach viewers, it is probably the most popular one.
Google has introduced a new feature called “Key Moments” in their Google search results, which is designed to help people find the exact point in a video that relates to their search. This new feature could be hugely beneficial in helping your videos dominate Google’s search results, so please continue reading for more details.
YouTube Premieres are a great tool to help drive awareness to priority video releases, as well as engage with your fan base and viewers on YouTube. We recently got some more info from YouTube about Premieres and how to best use them. You can check out some best practices in this blog.
If you are attending Music Biz this year, make sure to go check out the panel on leveraging video for musicians on Tuesday, May 7th at the Symphony EF venue in Nashville. Quarterlab’s Gray Gannaway will be joining official representatives from The Blueprint Group/Maverick, VEVO, YouTube and TikTok to discuss some of the newest ways artists are getting their videos in front of a larger audience.
YouTube has recently announced some changes to their manual claim tool and how creators and partners can use this tool. The manual claim tool allows networks like Quarterlab to manually claim user-uploaded videos that use their content. Continue reading for more details on these updates.
YouTube announced this week that videos will now autoplay for users on the home page of their mobile app. The videos will autoplay with no sound initially, and YouTube is hoping this will give users a better idea of what videos they want to watch when they first launch the app. Continue reading to find out more about this significant update.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Wondershare to offer a 15% off coupon to all Quarterlab clients for a one year license to the Filmora video editing software. If you’re looking for a new way to edit or add effects to your video content, continue reading to find out more about Filmora.
Facbeook has now launched it’s Watch Party feature to all pages and profiles in the world. This feature lets Facebook users watch videos simultaneously together online. Continue reading for the full details.
YouTube has launched a new feature called YouTube Premieres. The feature lets channels debut a new video live to their fans and anyone on YouTube. Continue reading for the full details on this brand new feature, and also please check out our best practices for Premieres.