How to Make a Popular Video

Imagine you made a video and posted it online. Next thing you know, it is a very big hit and people can’t stop talking about it. If you are making a video to market a product or just become a celebrity online, you need to rate your video on a scale of 1-10. This step is very important because you need to actually see your video as the viewer and rate it as a critic. A boring video is easily forgettable, and the sad part is people might not even stick around to watch the ending.

A professional video marketer will tell you to always edit your video. This is even common in the movie production. When movies are shot, they can be up to three hours long. But once it is edited, it is cut down to an hour and thirty minutes. When you shoot a video, don’t automatically post it online. Always go over it and edit your video by cutting out the useless parts to make it a what I call “to the point” video. If you don’t have a video editing software, download windows movie maker.

When speaking in your video, make sure it is easy to understand. If you have a very rough accent, you can add subtitle’s.

When uploading your video on sites like YouTube, make sure your title is very catchy so people will check it out. If your promoting a product, don’t make your title a sales pitch because people will know it is another advertisement and they won’t click on it. Use your left side of the brain to turn on the creative thoughts and come up with a very professional title that people can’t pass by.

Adding a description and keywords is also very important. When adding your description, what you said in your video, put in the description box. For the keywords, choose the keywords that best suit your video. Don’t put a keyword that has nothing to do your video. Make sure the category is also right. If you make a music video, and put it in the category of educational, you might not get any views.

If you follow my tips above, you will have an easy time publishing and getting views. I am not saying you will get lots of views, that is all up to you. The most important part is your video. If your video is very educational and gives an answer to what people are looking for, than you will get lots of views on your video.

Your Favorite Videos on the Go With 4G

Television and movies have both been around for decades, entertaining folks in cities and towns across the country. Yet it is the most recent technological change that has made video accessible for millions. Nowadays, nearly anyone can record events in their lives and share them with others via wireless internet. Online access also lets you view tons of educational and entertaining shows as well as check out clips – or upload your own – on sites like YouTube.

The first inventions that led to the modern-day movie were made more than a century ago. Images were the first to be recorded. Sound then came to the cinemas in the 1920s, when Hollywood started to ‘talk’. There were, of course, kinks in the early technology. The film ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ captures this challenging and exciting time in history. Yet gradually, over the decades they were worked out and television sets began popping up in households everywhere. Then, in the 1990, personal computers and digital technology transformed the video industry and allowed millions of people to film their own lives.

Now, with the most recent spread of wireless internet services, online video has become increasing popular as faster speeds have made it easy to share clips with friends and family. YouTube, just over a half-decade old, has exponentially enhanced sharing capabilities so that it is simple to share what you film with others. Musical artists have adapted and taken advantage of new technologies, creating their own channels to offer fans a closer look at their work and allow them to view music videos. As a viewer, you also get the power to vote on whether or not you like what you see. You can also leave comments and interact with other viewers, a common phenomenon that illustrates the notion of an online community.

Because video requires fast speeds for optimal performance, users who plan to tune in regularly benefit greatly from mobile broadband connectivity. Slower connections simple do not permit the streaming of files to your laptop and can make watching online a frustratingly slow experience. The 4G network, in addition to giving users speed to enjoy videos, also exists as one of the handiest tools out there. In essence, it gives you access to a massive hotspot that has been established around the city. Whether you want to watch news programs during the morning commute or check out funny YouTube clips during your lunch break, the service keeps you connected around town.

Mobile broadband use is expected to soar in the next decade not only because of better quality videos, but also because it is convenient. Many television series have already made selected episodes available online so that you can catch any action you have missed on the tube at home. The difference is that you can control the time schedule, tuning in whenever you feel like it. Services like Netflix enable users to turn their computers into mini-movie screens wherever you happen to be. When you are always connected, there is no end to video entertainment.

Using Pandora to Market Online Education

Pandora is the most popular personalized online radio that is used widely by millions of people in the United States. Streaming musical content is part of an experiment known as the “Music Genome Project” which seeks to predict musical taste by matching preferences with music the listener has not yet heard. A variety of factors with regard to the music itself and the user’s past behavior is taken into account. In some ways, the Pandora algorithm is a studied marketing ploy to predict what the target will like based upon his previous preferences. Its sophistication in targeting audiences based upon behavioral factors rivals that of the largest advertising agencies in the world and can also be put to extremely beneficial use by college departments that are responsible for marketing online education programs.

For the purposes of marketing online education, Pandora is a very powerful tool. The base listening audience that uses the service is largely the same age range of a typical college consumer target, ages 17-25, constituting 64 percent of listeners. The service is provided free of charge with occasional advertising content. Some users can pay a certain fee per month and avoid the ads, but most do not opt for payment. Ads on Pandora can be solely audio, or they can incorporate video that plays on the computer monitor of other mobile wireless devices the users may be using. The website also hosts advertising banners that display throughout the course of the day.

It should be obvious, given these facts, why Pandora would be a popular choice for placing ads as part of a campaign that is poised for marketing online education. Pandora offers specific ad placement based on particular demographics, such as gender, age, and the musical genre, and can also target ads in geographical markets based on zip code.

Using a service such as Pandora in marketing online education can mean a windfall in providing solutions for getting the word out on certain distance learning or online college educational programs. In conjunction with an optimized website design, and an extension of your college brand into social media such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and various other online venues, the placement of advertising on Pandora is likely to yield several positive results that can be tracked and modified for future campaigns.

One of the most significant factors of advertising on Pandora is that users are increasingly using the service on their mobile devices, so it is a method of outreach that transcends the desktop or laptop environment. Similar to radio advertising (but not as expensive), ad placement on Pandora offers exquisitely fine-tuned product placement combined with a unique outreach that embraces mobile phone and digital device technologies, as well.