With Facebook looking to squeeze organic reach, more businesses are looking to video to lessen the impacts. But while you're looking into video, you should also be considering diversifying your sources, and tapping into YouTube as another growth channel.
While video has grown across all social platforms (most notably on Facebook and Twitter), YouTube remains the leader in online video, with more than 1.5 billion monthly active users. YouTube's also expanding its TV-like efforts, offering up a genuine alternative to traditional TV providers - YouTube TV already has more than 300,000 subscribers.
There's a lot of potential in the Google-owned video platform - but to maximize your opportunities, you need to ensure your presentation is top notch. That's where this infographic comes in - Filmora.io have put together a listing of the optimal image sizes for each element of your YouTube channel. Like all social platforms, ensuring your images correct will help make your channel look more professional, and stand out in the listings.
Worth taking note.