Twitter introduced the Twitter Video Card earlier this year, allowing users to embed a video right into their tweets. The video can then be played right inside a user's Twitter feed. Tests have shown that using Twitter Video Cards help to increase user engagement and also drives more views of the video (http://nyti.ms/1ijQocc). So how can you take advantage of this cool feature? With Pivotshare, it’s easy to do.
Blog : Social Media
Online video consumption and purchases will double by 2016 according to Cisco, so getting the word out about your videos must include a holistic social media strategy. That means making sure your premium videos are promoted on Facebook - still the top dog among all social media networks. But is there an easy way to link non-YouTube videos with Facebook? Previously, the most common method of linking premium, purchasable video content was to simply post a link. Any links directed to YouTube would automatically display the YouTube video right on Facebook. But a link to a non-YouTube video would get you little more than an image on Facebook. Now there’s an easier way to promote and share your premium videos.