Tag Archives: YouTube

Nonprofit guide to social media demographics

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been looking at the demographics, traffic and stats of some popular social media sites including Twiiter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr and YouTube.
Here’s a round up in case you missed it. There’s lots of data and information here, which may help you decide when and if your nonprofit organization or social cause should use these tools.

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Social Media Demographics, who’s hanging where, the YouTube edition

If you’re not already convinced that YouTube is a biggie in the online and social media world, consider these stats: It is the 3rd most visited website according to Alexa, gets 2 billion views per day and handles 10% of all internet traffic. Phew. According to Quantcast, YouTube’s audience is: 50/50 male/female 46% under 18 years […]

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Video title = email subject line

Making a great video is hard, but once you do it’s still only half the battle. The second part is getting people to watch it. And before they can watch it, they need to click-to-play it. To solve this problem, it helps to think like an email campaigner. Think of the video title as an email subject line.

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A meme done right

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about a meme gone horribly wrong. But today I wanted to share an example of someone doing it right. About 3 weeks ago a meme was born. And it’s been copied over and over and over again since then. As with all memes some are as funny […]

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Friday Linx: Eat your vegetables edition

Friday Linx will be a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. This week we’re kicking it off with a classic.

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