28 Feb '13, 8pm

How To Let Viewers Choose an Ending to Your Interactive Video [Creator's Tip #80]: Here's how you can guide y...

How To Let Viewers Choose an Ending to Your Interactive Video [Creator's Tip #80]: Here's how you can guide y...

Giving viewers interactivity can enhance your videos if you have a particular story you want to tell that has multiple possibilities. Allowing viewers to go from one video to the next can increase engagement, as long as the story is something worth "following down the rabbit hole." In our continuing coverage of interactive annotations, we discuss how to create a multi-video universe that is easy to navigate and hopefully will be a lot of fun for your viewers. If you're late to the party, take a look at this post about annotations that let you "skip ahead" within videos to play catch-up.

Full article: http://www.reelseo.com/viewers-choose-interactive-video-c...

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How to Increase Watch Time in YouTube with Skip Annotations & Chapter Markers [Creator's Tip #79]: Chapter ma...

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reelseo.com 21 Feb '13, 9pm

When you make a long video full of delicious content, you may want to mark places where viewers can skip to important key ...