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The latest stories about online video, including guides for using web videos to promote and sell your products.

  1. Video Ad Views Surge to Record 20 Billion in June

    In June, 183 million Americans watched more than 44 billion online content videos, while the number of video ad views surpassed 20 billion, comScore reports. YouTube also reveals which summer movie and music blockbusters video ads were viewed most.

  2. How to Make Money on YouTube: 'Elementary'

    YouTube has made a number of recent announcements aimed at helping more than a million YouTube Partners from 30+ countries around the world earn more money from thousands of advertisers who are placing TrueView in-stream ads inside Partner videos.

  3. 4 Ways to Make Video Astronomically Better

    It isn't enough to incorporate video into your brand. You don't want just any video. You want great video. Video that will set you apart. Use these tips to help you not only get your feet wet in the world of online video, but to take it further.

  4. Let the Instagram vs. Vine Video Battle Begin!

    Within 8 hours of launching Video on Instagram, more than a year's worth of footage was shared. Meanwhile, the number of tweets containing a 6-second looping video from Vine has almost doubled in just two months, according to new Unruly Media data.

  5. 7 Great Sites To Learn Online Video Skills

    Summary: If you know little or nothing about video production, where do you start and how difficult is it likely to be? Let's take a quick look at seven useful video sites that can really help – and even have you making animated videos in hours.

  6. How to Use Twitter's Vine App

    Whether you use Twitter's Vine app to take customers behind the scenes of your brand, demonstrate new products/services, run competitions, or simply share things with your fans, consider these tips before activating your strategy.

  7. Yahoo Wants to Buy Hulu

    Yahoo is reportedly looking to buy video-streaming service Hulu. And it isn't alone. Yahoo has submitted a bid in the range of $600 million to $800 million on Hulu, which has been holding a secret auction to sell itself, according to reports.