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What can you do if you’re producing quality videos, but no one is watching them? Promote your videos!
But effective promotion doesn’t necessarily mean you have to spend a lot of money. Check out these tips on spreading your videos without much of a budget:
Welcome back to the Weekly Wochit! Check out these five expert videos recently produced with Wochit:
Instagram was the fastest growing social network of 2015. While its stats don’t compare to the behemoth of Facebook, Instagram’s 400 million active users tops Twitter by almost 100 million.
Instagram started as a platform for images, and images still have slightly higher engagement than video. But video is growing, and the company has shown a commitment to video, recently introducing view counts, which they’ve promised will be “the first of many ways you’ll see video on Instagram get better this year.”
The network’s rapid growth, popularity among snake people (90% of users are under 35), and commitment to video moving forward means everyone should consider Instagram as part of their social video strategy. Whether you’re using Instagram now or looking to get started, try out these tips for increasing engagement on the platform.
There are many fine points to consider when you’re developing your social strategy: what do you hope to achieve? Who are you targeting? How do you tailor content to a specific platform? The list goes on, but have you ever stopped to ask yourself when is the best time for you to post on social?
You might think the obvious answer is “when my followers are online!” While that’s true to a point, there’s a bit more to the equation. Let’s take a look at some data about when social posts perform the best, and when they don’t.
We’re introducing a new, regular blog feature: the Weekly Wochit! From publishers big and small, the Weekly Wochit shares five of the best videos made with our platform.
Check out these five expert videos recently produced with Wochit:
Calls-to-action (CTAs) are a critical part of every social video strategy. The video CTA is your instruction for a viewer. It is meant to provoke an immediate response and typically use imperative verbs, encouraging acts like “follow us,” “share now,” or “find out more.”
With smart CTAs, you can turn passive viewers into active brand participants. But not all CTAs are created equal, and these days many CTAs seem stale.
Here are 3 steps you can take to freshen up your CTAs and make them more effective:
Audio is a critical component of most videos, but have you ever thought about what happens to your video when the sound is off?
Video is a smart addition to any blog. It’s a way to diversify your content and draw in new audiences. And while it has become easier than ever to make video, making a great video for your blog does require some thought.
Here’s a perfect example of a blog video post from our partners at USA Today.
Before posting your next blog video, make sure you’re not making one of the 5 biggest video mistakes: Read More