29 Nov '11, 11pm

October 2011 Sets Video Viewing Record With 21.1 Hours Per Viewer

Who's watching what at YouTube? Well, since it's the only site large enough to get its own break out chart in the comScore reports (doesn't that seem sort of biased to you?) we know the answer. VEVO and its music videos still reign supreme with top numbers all around. However Machinima is giving them a run for their money in the minutes per viewer category with just a single minute separating them. Warner Music is also doing quite well and again, it's all just music-related videos. But again Machinima shows more videos than they do. Maker Studios comes in strong with 33.8 minutes per viewer, but only 81.2M videos and around 9.4 million viewers.

Full article: http://www.reelseo.com/october-2011-video-viewing-record/

Tweets

New YouTube Record: 20+ Billion Video Views in October

New YouTube Record: 20+ Billion Video Views in ...

searchenginewatch.com 29 Nov '11, 5pm

The latest comScore Video Metrix data has just been announced and Facebook has jumped from the No. 5 online video content ...

Check out our new tees! October 2011 Collection | 9 Fountains

Check out our new tees! October 2011 Collection...

plussixfive.com 29 Nov '11, 4am

What looks like three animals in action is really a relationship of complexities between three main houses in the highly-r...

BLOG: Counting down the hours FINAL 3 & a half hours to VOTE for me to be ur next @adidasNEOLabel ambassador!

BLOG: Counting down the hours FINAL 3 & a half ...

mynjayz.com 30 Nov '11, 12pm

On the 9th of December, the entire app will turn green and on the 16th of December, the NEO Digital Event will commence! T...

comScore: Dealmates is No.1 in October 2011

vernonchan.com 02 Dec '11, 5pm

Dealmates Climbs to 1 st place in Local Market According to comScore Report Popular Group Buying Website’s Unique Visits R...

How To Get Started With YouTube Promoted Video

How To Get Started With YouTube Promoted Video

searchengineland.com 28 Nov '11, 9pm

Earlier in the year, YouTube surpassed Yahoo as the world’s second largest search engine. In June 2011, ComScore reported ...