OnlineVideo.net soared to new heights in its fifth year, and you, the readers, get the credit. Thanks for giving the site its biggest traffic month ever in March.
Here’s a look back at some of what you were reading on this site during our fifth year. While video marketing is our bread and butter, you appreciated our stories on video cameras, smart phone lenses, and great video-recording apps, as well. There was plenty of video marketing, of course, including a look at Super Bowl success, tips for YouTube marketing, and a guide to YouTube analytics.
Take a look at the list of our strongest articles from the past year and give a read to any you might have missed. Here’s to rising even higher in the year ahead.
This excellent guide by frequent contributor Jan Ozer includes suggestions for every price level.
The game on the field wasn’t the only one played during the Super Bowl. Ads competed to create the most buzz online.
Ozer’s detailed explanation of creating online lessons was a big help to many would-be educators.
In this article, Ozer interviewed four companies about the tactics they used to succeed on YouTube.
This case and lens system is a big hit with brands that need to shoot pro-quality video on smartphones.
Getting great video on a smart phone isn’t hard, but creating great audio is. In this detailed article, Ozer explains the finer points of mobile audio.
YouTube offers excellent free analytics, but which numbers matter the most? Ozer explains what you can learn from YouTube’s metrics.
Many readers discovered the low-priced video app that creates consistently smooth results.
“What not to do” articles are always more fun. Here are five video ideas that are well beyond their freshness date.
Short videos get big results. This article explained how to get the best results on Instagram.