YouTube Has a Stake in Making Your Video as Dynamic as Possible
Have you ever wondered how YouTube makes money? This website doesn't charge users to upload videos, nor does it charge the visitors who view these videos. Rather, like most other web properties, YouTube's revenue is derived almost entirely from advertising. The more “clicks” the videos on YouTube receive every day, the higher the rate this site can charge advertisers.
Why is this important to know? Well, what it means is that YouTube has a financial stake in offering the best-quality, “stickiest” videos that attract the widest possible audience. True, every day hundreds of hours of amateurish clips are posted to YouTube, but these wind up making little or no money. That's why YouTube goes out of its way to offer tips to would-be producers, including a daily blog, a Twitter feed, and the YouTube Handbook. If you're thinking of producing a video for your law firm's website, you can do worse than to avail yourself of these resources and learn what YouTube considers the best practices for posting on its site.
Nowadays, any law firm worth its clientele has videos on YouTube and embedded on its home page. The experts at Fairfax Video Studio will help to get your video campaign up and running, using both YouTube's own best practices and the tricks and techniques they've learned in the process of helping other legal clients.
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