Agree? Here are the top platforms to upload your videos.
With over 100 million hours of video watched every day, it's a no-brainer. You have a massive and diverse audience at your disposal, and it's totally up to you how you reach your preferred niche. Is your video something about cooking? Sports? Tech? A tutorial video about raster graphics? Or are you simply looking for viral clout looking for that quick million-view threshold?
It's still the video platform of choice with more than a billion hours of content watched. Like Facebook, you have a massive and diverse audience at your disposal, but the tricky part is getting your video to the correct viewer.
Videos don't necessarily correlate with Twitter, but the microblogging site released a saying that video tweets are six times more likely to be retweeted than photo tweets. More retweets mean more reach. And Twitter just has this personal and unique environment, so unlike Facebook and YouTube, videos uploaded on Twitter have a higher chance of getting watched. And I, personally, have tons of bookmarked videos tackling different interests (mostly sports and music) which are saved on my list.
Instagram and Facebook are like Robin and Batman. You can run a Facebook page on its own accord, but for your Instagram page to become more effective you need a Facebook page. It's also an alternative to a messy and often-crowded Facebook newsfeed. You can upload on IGTV if you feel like you need more than 30 seconds, or simply upload to Stories for quicker and faster audience access.
While Snapchat lost some of its flair and appeal when Instagram Stories overtook the former, Snapchat can work wonders especially when your market falls between the ages of 12-34. Plus, you can create a sponsored lens which your audience can use, at the same time increasing brand awareness.