YouTube vs. Facebook: Only One Of These Still Has An Audience

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(photo via mkhmarketing) (photo via mkhmarketing)

We are closing in on the midway point of 2014 and it’s shaping up to be the year online video reaches its tipping point in capturing brand dollars.  A recent report showed for the first time, Internet ad revenues have passed broadcast TV revenues.  Brands now have to take into consideration that we’re living in a multiscreen world with people watching more and more content online.  But they also have to be fully aware engagement is key or viewers will bypass ads, similar to fast forwarding through every commercial on the DVR.

When it comes to large platforms for brands, Facebook is where brands used to look in the past, but this 2014 not 2008. Facebook’s declining organic reach and insistence upon brand’s needing to pay to reach the audiences they’ve spent millions to acquire has left many brands frustrated. Meanwhile, YouTube, with its higher…

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