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Forget the expensive gym membership. Everything you need to work up a killer sweat is already on YouTube.

Viewers increasingly watch TV programming on YouTube and YouTube on TV. How these blurred lines are creating new opportunities for marketers.

Pinterest is social media's rising star — and now has the traffic stats to prove it. The darling network of brides-to-be, fashionistas and budding bakers now beats YouTube, Redd...

TubeChop allows you to easily chop a funny or interesting section from any YouTube video and share it.

YouTube is adding click-to-shop overlays to its skippable TrueView ads that brands can use to directly push product purchases.

A group of web publishers say that YouTube has become a tough place to build an audience, particularly in light of the explosive growth of video on Facebook and Snapchat.

YouTube is already one of the best video services online and there are plenty of tricks to make it work for you. Some of the best ones, though, can be done purely from the URL bar.

Deciding which platforms to invest your video marketing has been yet another hurdle to overcome with the rising competition between Facebook and YouTube. The folks at Wolfgang Digital share the findings of their study to determine where your videos will get the most bang for your buck.

Here's how to get more out of your YouTube experience, from improved search to better viewing options via cunning shortcuts.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion introduces the “MyPlate, MyWins” video series, a collection of videos that bri...

The current YouTube app will not work on certain device models from 2012 and older.
We will continue to focus our efforts on improving our official YouTube app for TV which is available on most

Ranking in YouTube is no different than in the SERPs. Make sure you put the sweat equity into creating the best content to reap your reward.

Brands generally understand the most engaging lengths for billboard headlines, print copy and TV spots. But what about tweets, Facebook posts and online videos?The infographic below crunches some data to suggest the ideal length of everything online. Rules are made to be broken, of course, and this isn't to say other lengths can't work. A lot depends on the type of content, and audience.But it's a decent primer on how not drone on too long with your content.Top photo via Flickr.