For over a decade, Google has played a pretty significant role in much of our online activity. Whether we search for something on Google.com, check Gmail, watch a YouTube video, use Chrome to browse, check directions on Google Maps, use an Android device, etc, etc, we are adding to some unbelievable user numbers for Google.
In my search for the latest YouTube stats, I recently stumbled on a very interesting study that is full of stats about beauty-related content on YouTube.
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…
Today’s stat updates are focused on YouTube. Below are some of the new and updated YouTube stats from this round. As always, for many more stats, please visit the full post for many, many more stats.
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!
It’s been a little while since my last round of YouTube stat updates and additions, so recently I spent a little time with (almost) everyone’s favorite video sharing network.
Below are a few of the new and updated YouTube stats. As always, be sure to check out the full post here for a complete listing of all things YouTube.
Happy Coffee Day! Here is a fun infographic that tries to explain social media in terms of coffee. This is a pretty good pairing since most of us in the social media marketing world are over-caffeinated, coffee addicts.
Still plugging away at sorting and posting all the new and updated stats that are coming in from every direction. This round focused on Twitter, Yelp and YouTube (with a little Vine mixed in).
Below are a few of the additions and updates. More to come tomorrow!
The new stats keep rolling on and today’s updates and additions are to my YouTube stat post.
YouTube used to be one of the tougher social network to get stats for, but with the increasing industry focus on video marketing, more and more studies and insights are coming out more regularly. It is now one of my fastest-growing posts.
Some of the stat additions include: