Watch out Justin Bieber. Rebecca Black has entered the teenybopper pop scene. And the video for her song, Friday, is blowing up on YouTube.
Blowing up because it’s a great song? Nope. It’s actually so horrible that it’s hilarious. I’m pretty sure that’s why it has more than 15 million views on YouTube.
Ragan.com does a great job of including funny videos in its PR Daily News newsletter. In case you missed the Baby Laughing Hysterically at Tearing Paper video, we’re sharing it here as our Video of the Week feature. Although my heart belongs to hilarious cat videos, I’m also very fond of hilarious baby videos. This one may be my new favorite!
In many of the social media presentations I’ve given to public and private groups, I’ve referenced the social media usage surveys completed by global public relations firm Burson-Marsteller. One week ago, the firm updated its look at the usage of social media by Fortune 100 companies. There are a few interesting stats worth noting: There… Read more »
Last year, YouTube celebrated its five year anniversary. Viewers have been fascinated by the enormous success of YouTube, with companies in particular looking to duplicate its success through their video messaging. From my experience with creating YouTube content at the Detroit Medical Center, here are three reasons why videos help connect with one’s audience.
We love funny videos at the Identity office, which is why we often choose a humorous one as our video of the week. For whatever reason, there are a ridiculous amount of YouTube videos with cats doing hysterical things. Hate ‘em or love ‘em, you’ll find it hard to resist laughing at this hodgepodge of… Read more »
Without dynamic content, and a strategy to drive attention to it, your website is just a brochure sitting in a filing cabinet somewhere. I hate to break it to you, but no one cares about your website. It is NOT the center of the universe, despite what you hoped when you built it. That’s not… Read more »