vidIQ, a venture capital-backed startup whose investors include Mark Cuban, allows you to schedule videos for upload to your YouTube channel. The service also helps you optimize your video.
It lets you know when the best time of day is for publishing your video, and it helps you optimize your video for organic search. There’s even a piece for tracking engagement with your video from social media like Twitter.
And as any online marketing tool should have, vidIQ comes with a measurement component so you can track your individual video and YouTube channel performance.
While there are several options for marketers to use in managing their social channels, from Hootsuite to Spredfast, YouTube hasn’t benefitted from as much attention from enterprise-level solutions. vidIQ hopes to change that.
vidIQ is led by the former founder and CEO of online video solution company Viddler, Robert Sandie, and another former Viddler team member, chief architect Todd Troxell.
In other words, vidIQ is led by people with online video experience.
vidIQ offers two types of use right now, Starter, for smaller brands, and Enterprise, allowing multiple YouTube channel management and other options important to larger brands.
Free trials are available.
If you do give vidIQ a shot, let us know here at Green Buzz Agency how it goes.