Posts Categorized: YouTube

The Evolution Of The YouTube Feed


Since YouTube was founded in 2005, it has been transformed from a simple search engine into a website that’s completely personalized and based on user behavior. YouTube has grown through numerous experiments and re-designs by expanding itself into the world of artificial intelligence. But, of all the important achievements that YouTube has made, the evolution… Read more »

Holiday Home Stretch: Catch Up On YouTube’s New Updates


Everyone’s favorite time of the year is here: that last holiday quarter, when YouTube watchtime and ad revenue is at its absolute strongest. The combination of tentpole holidays such as Halloween, long breaks from work and school and the rush of holiday shopping, means more eyes and dollars are competing for YouTube attention than any… Read more »

Get To Know Your Subscribers With New YouTube Analytics


In the process of amassing viewership on YouTube, gaining subscribers is key. Subscribers are your most devoted fans. These are the people that engage in conversations in the comments sections, and the people that are expanding your fan base by sharing your videos across their social media accounts. By clicking that red “subscribe” button, a… Read more »

BandPage Integrates with New YouTube Artist Center


In February 2016, YouTube acquired BandPage, a service that more than 500,000 musicians were using at the time to control how their profiles displayed on different music services like Shazam, Vevo, Napster and Deezer. BandPage provided a central space where bios and photos could be saved and updated across these platforms. Since this acquisition, YouTube has been… Read more »

Get Familiar With YouTube’s New Monetization Icons


In the last few months, YouTube has been implementing new controls and guidelines in order to address advertiser concerns around where their ads are placed. These protocols encourage brands to resume their campaigns and end the so-called “adpocalypse” — or major marketer boycotting due to ads running alongside inappropriate or hateful videos. It seems that YouTube’s actions have had the… Read more »