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  1. How Vine Has Changed the Video Landscape in Just 12 Months

    And the Viral Video Chart powered by Unruly has created charts of the Top 20 Vine Videos and Top 100 Vine Videos over the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days, 365 days, and all time. Clearly, Vine has already changed the video landscape in just 12 short...

  2. GEICO Hump Day Commercial Dominates Social Video, At Least on Wednesdays

    Or, some brand will license "Monday, Monday" by the Mamas and Papas, "Ruby Tuesday" by The Rolling Stones, "Thursday" by THE WEEKEND, "Saturday, Saturday" by Indeep Bakshi, or "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5 as the background music for their next...

  3. Branded Videos Shared More Than 500,000 Times Every 24 Hours

    They will also have access to the Unruly Viral Video Chart, which has tracked 329 billion video streams since 2006. Visitors will also be able to test the shareability of their own campaigns using Unruly ShareRank, an algorithm-based tool which...

  4. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Going Viral not Required to Succeed – with YouTube’s Lane Shackleton – Ramblings About SEO BlogThe product manager from YouTube's monetization team chats with Eric Enge about being successful on YouTube, the role of organic search, AdWords for...

  5. VeryPink Uses YouTube TrueView In-Search Ads to Reach Knitters for 3 Cents a View

    Heavy social engagement and viral reposts add even further value to the effectiveness of the ad buy. Not surprisingly, the knitwear pattern that has the best sales stats, “Learn to Knit Socks part 1 - Getting Started,” is also the most popular...

  6. Kony 2012: Lessons for Video Marketers

    The top video in the Viral Video Chart is Kony 2012, “a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

  7. Reach and Frequency: SEO Secret to Brand Building on Google?

    Blog content that goes viral. Video – perhaps views on YouTube is an SEO metric? Started breaking out branded versus non-branded keyword traffic. Should SEO be given any credit for an increase in branded searches, or even increases in direct traffic?