For years YouTubers were frustrated by the lack of traffic data available for their YouTube channel. We longed for a system that would rival the data rich reports we’d come to know and love in Google Analytics, and the old, out-dated YouTube Insights, reports were merely scratching the surface. This left the video analytics door wide open for freemium tracking services like vidIQ, Cyfe and TubeTrackr to easily attract any video marketer who wanted detailed performance reports for their channel. All of that changed a few days ago when YouTube released Realtime traffic reports on the desktop version of YouTube Analytics.
Looking for a tool to to help you find the right keywords to make sure your videos get found in YouTube search. I got one for you it’s called TubeBuddy! When you log in to your Creator studio after you’ve installed TubeBuddy you’ll notice a new icon appears for your TubeBuddy menu. Over in a right you’ll see the number of views for this one video – about editing an existing YouTube video has two to three times more than other videos that were uploaded in the same time period.
Relationship Marketing is a concept that some might have trouble grasping and some of you might be wondering what it’s all about. But my friend Wade Harman (who is also a guest blogger here) knows this topic inside-out. He hosts a weekly show on Google+ and has interviewed the most well known social media and search engine marketers on the planet including Jay Baer, Mark Schaefer, Rand Fishkin, Chris Brogan and even little ole me. In anticipation of the launch of his upcoming book, titled The Relationship Manifesto (pre-order it now) I’m pleased that Wade invited me to join him on his show. He knows how to bring out the best of his guests by asking the right questions. It’s a skill that he has mastered over time
I’ll never forget the first time I watched one of Lisa Irby’s video tutorials. I was searching on YouTube for blogging and marketing tips and found one of her WordPress videos was one of the first results on the page. That was back in 2009 and I’ve been a huge fan of Lisa’s ever since. We’ve chatted many times on each other’s blogs, on social media and in her online forum Website Babble, and quite honestly I consider her one of the most highly respected people I’ve met online. With that said, today it’s my great pleasure to introduce Lisa Irby to the fans and readers of Basic Blog Tips! Enjoy the interview with my online mentor Lisa Irby from 2Createawebsite.
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Bloggers and content marketers are starting to pay a lot of attention to a fabulous content development tool called Buzzsumo. And with good reason! Buzzsumo is a content development and research tool that is worthy of praise. I fell in love with the tool while it was still in beta back in 2014 and apparently I’m not alone because it’s been featured everywhere from Ian Cleary’s Razor Social to Mike Stelzner’s Social Media Examiner and this incredible tool even shows up as the subject of a Marketing Course on Lynda.com. At this point, you’re probably wondering, what’s all the buzz about Buzzsumo. There’s so many ways you can benefit from having this tool in your arsenal, so without further ado, here’s 10 Ways to Generate Viral Content Using Buzzumo!
According to the latest statistics from YouTube, “300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute”. This is just one of the many staggering facts and figures surrounding the success of the internet’s most prominent video marketing platforms. Here’s another fascinating factoid: “According to Nielsen, YouTube reaches more US adults ages 18-34 than any cable network.” It’s funny how things change, when I was in that age group cable TV was the next big thing, and today it seems everyone wants to cut the cord. With that said, these days when you think about the ever changing landscape of social media and content marketing, I’m sure there’s no doubt in your mind that YouTube is here to stay.