Facebook has a lot of people who love to watch online videos, but how do you get those people to watch your videos on YouTube? Facebook tends to suppress posts that have a YouTube URL in them, so
YouTube has a new messaging service that makes it easy for people to easily share videos and have private conversations around them with friends.
We reviewed articles discussing why you should create a Facebook group for your audience, YouTube vs Facebook video stats, a new option for broadcasting live to YouTube from your phone, and more.
Facebook is testing and soon rolling out some new features for the video side of their iOS app, most of which rival features we already know here on YouTube. Their goal seems to be to create a place where video is front-and-center for people to watch and share.
Facebook is testing an ad revenue split model with creators, too. Here's all the details of what we know so far about Facebook's venture into sharing ad revenue with publishers on their platform.
A VP at Google shared his thoughts on what they think about Facebook Video and personally, I tend to agree. What do you think, though? Should YouTube be concerned that Facebook Video will take over and become the most dominate online video platform?
Let's talk about Facebook views vs. YouTube views and how each platform counts a "view."
Here's how to structure your videos for Facebook that increase the likelihood that someone will watch your Facebook video.
If you're wondering about Facebook video vs. YouTube and how the two compare to each other, here's why YouTube still beats Facebook as a place to post videos. That said, Facebook video has some value that YouTube doesn't, which I discuss over on my Facebook page.
There's a few examples of Facebook monetizing videos on their site now. If they expand it, that would be a pretty direct move to build something close to what YouTube has already established here.