Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 17, 2013
The newest Video Marketing Tip of the Week from Digital Marketer has been published to the company’s YouTube page, and covers the best strategies for using annotations in videos.
Presented by Digital Marketer’s video production specialist Kamie Dorris, the upload advises using annotation to drive traffic to an associated website or alternative content. Annotations let creators embed text, hotspots, and links over any video submitted to YouTube.
“When using annotations correctly,” Dorris said, “you can improve your viewership and grow your audience.”
The new video is Digital Marketer’s latest crack at this unique and engaging form of content, and viewers are encouraged to subscribe to the Digital Marketer YouTube Channel for news updates and marketing tips.
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