Here are a few of the top statistics I was able to dig up about the up-and-coming social network Musical.ly. With tens of millions of teens using it, this is a social platform worth keeping an eye on.
Updated for January 2017. Here is a comprehensive list of all of the Vimeo statistics and facts that you need to know.
Updated for December 2016. Here is a comprehensive list of all of the Periscope statistics and facts that you need to know.
Twitch has only been around for about four years, but they certainly have done a great job building a gigantic, loyal audience, while staying somewhat under the radar of the mainstream tech media. They didn’t, however, sty off the radar of some of the industry heavyweights, as Amazon won a bidding battle last year and purchased Twitch for almost $1 billion.
So what did Amazon get for all those $$$? The numbers are pretty amazing for a “niche” platform. Apparently, there are a lot of people interested in live streaming video games. Here are some of the more interesting Twitch stats I was able to dig up…
With all the attention that Netflix tends to attract from industry experts, it is pretty amazing how much some of their cord-cutting competitors fly under the radar. One such Netflix competitor that gets much less ink these days is Hulu.
Remember when MTV used to show music videos? It’s been years since we’ve had an all-music video channel on basic cable, but thankfully digital has picked up and kept videos alive. A little over 5 years ago, Vevo set out to keep videos alive by creating a video entertainment platform that offered videos and music-related on-demand programming spanning mobile apps, Vevo.com and a number of Syndication partners, most notably, YouTube.
Viber is quite possible the largest chat/messaging app to fly completely under the radar here in the United States. Viber made headlines early in 2014 when Japanese ecommerce company Rakuten purchased it for close to a billion dollars, but things have been very quiet for Viber stateside since.
Video is the future of content marketing…a bold statement you may think, but this really is undeniable. Research has shown that the average internet user watches around 206 videos each month and so it’s a total no-brainer that video is set to become the content king.
As we become increasing scanners, with heaps of content at our disposal, marketers need to find ever more engaging ways of getting their content seen. Unlike reading articles, video has an impressive 79% completion rate, and so its no wonder this is quickly becoming the go-to marketing platform.
Already, 70% of marketers now include video in there overall marketing strategies, positing them as a vital mart of campaigns. So, if your business isn’t reaping the endless benefits of video then what on earth are you waiting for? Video is undeniably the most powerful marketing tool on the web; it’s persuasive, memorable and search engines love it!
A number of months back, I went through a kick of watching nothing but Vine videos. It was easy enough to do, given the fact that each video does not even reach the ten-second mark, and I found myself impressed by the sheer creativity in many of them. It seemed like if there was any social platform that forced its users to make the most of what they had – keep in mind that it wasn’t much – it was Vine. Today, it’s hard to meet someone who hasn’t, at the very least, heard of Vine.