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#48 Social Video Press [2-8.07.2018]

SocialVideo Press is a weekly dose of information concerning widely understood video content: Social Video, Video Advertising, Social Video Seeding, etc.

This is the 48th SocialVideo Press that we prepared for you. Every Monday we are seeking and selecting the most important and interesting news about video on the Internet

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The comparison of a Facebook and a YouTube video - ViralStat

Facebook and a YouTube video. Of all the platforms you could share videos on, YouTube and Facebook are the two most popular. These social networks also provide an example of just how different two platforms can be. Consequently, this raises the questions – where should you publish videos and which platform is more effective?

How to Use Instagram Stories to Drive Traffic to an Opt-In Form : Social Media Examiner

Discover a step-by-step plan to drive traffic to your opt-in form using Instagram Stories.

5 Affordable Social Media Video Tools for Marketers : Social Media Examiner

Discover five affordable and easy-to-use tools to bring more video into your social media marketing.

YouTube: What types of awards for creators? - ViralStat

YouTube appreciates and supports creators who put into their channels some extraordinary efforts by offering benefits and opportunities tailored to fit their channel’s level.

Instagram tests letting you ask questions in Stories

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10 tips to creating the best Snapchat and Instagram Stories

Snapchat and Instagram Stories have quickly changed social publishing. What should we know about creating captivating Stories on Instagram and Snapchat?

Creators are making longer videos to cater to the YouTube algorithm - Digiday

YouTube has frustrated digital video creators for not always displaying their videos to the people who subscribe to their channels and for sometimes pulling ads from their videos that people do see. So YouTube stars are increasingly responding by extending the lengths of their videos in order to curry favor with YouTube’s watch-time-minded recommendation algorithm and to be able to feature more ads per video.

Facebook will stream live boxing fights starting next month

Facebook is ramping up its live sports efforts, as it has teamed up with Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions to stream boxing bouts and original programmin...

How publishers are using Instagram's new long-form video feature, IGTV - Digiday

A week after Instagram launched its dedicated longer-form vertical video hub, publishers are posting a mix of livestreamed content, repurposed vertical video from other platforms and original features.