With the majority of online businesses resorting to WordPress for development and CMS purposes, having an adequate set of WP-related tools has become a necessity. According to a recently conducted survey, it was established that WordPress boasts a 59.4% market share, and therefore is regarded as the most used CMS in the world.
The vibrant and ever-growing online video market is teeming with video WordPress plugins. This is why it may take you some time to sift through all of them before you opt for the WP plugin that suits your preferences and business needs. To help you in this search, we’ve singled out some of the top choices that are currently available, so take your time and take your pick.
For most publishers who want to make an impact with their online business quickly and easily, relying on WordPress (WP) plugins is one of the best options. Just to be clear on this, while plugins may not necessarily represent the solution to your every problem, they can certainly be a useful part of your website once they are installed. To begin with, purchasing plugins isn’t something that’s really necessary, because plugins that are the best and most frequently used are usually free.
We are proud to present a new and improved version of our WordPress video plugin, which should vastly simplify your workflow in the WordPress platform when using BridTV.
Online data is the fuel that powers any successful digital marketing campaign nowadays. With video at the forefront of every digital marketing campaign, it’s crucial to monitor and understand how your video content is performing across desktop and mobile. This helps publishers improve the effectiveness of their digital marketing campaigns.
That’s why we’ve completely overhauled our analytics, focusing on the real-time metrics that matter the most: bandwidth consumption, video display, ad request and ad impressions.
Besides all the features our latest BridTV video platform update brought we’ve updated and upgraded our WordPress plugin as well. If you haven’t done it already we suggest you hit that updated button a.s.a.p. Turning your WordPress website into video power crazed monster has become a whole lot easier.
Trying to be a blogger these days takes skill, determination and hard work. To be fair, you won’t be able to get far without the appropriate tools and WordPress is really the best place to start. You may find it hard to believe, but WordPress was an unknown tool utilized by very few developers across the Web. These days it powers over 26.4% of the Web, according to WordPress.com.
Not long ago everyone was talking about blogging and pointing out the importance of it when it comes to promoting business. Especially as a tool for websites that serves to engage with consumers. It seems like today, that this is not the case. Nowadays it’s all about ‘Vlogging’, or video blogging. (more…)
Working With Online Videos in WordPress Just Got A Whole Lot Easier!
We are proud to present our new and much improved version of the WordPress plugin, which should vastly simplify your workflow in the WordPress platform when using Brid.tv. The new features allow you to use ALL of the major advantages of the Brid platform without ever having to leave your WP admin screen.
Our users can now fully customize their player (looks, functionality, etc.) from the plugin, as well as setup monetization on the player level so that you can start making money off of your videos immediately. (more…)
Created in 2003 as a blogging platform, WordPress has evolved into one of the most popular CMS’ in the world, used on millions of sites every day. So where does WordPress exactly stand today? Here are some stats about the usage of WordPress in 2014.
How many sites used WordPress exactly?
Nearly 75 million sites out there use this software to power their content. Approximately 50% of them are hosted on WordPress.com(1).
What is the popularity of the “WordPress” keyword?
It seems that the keyword ‘wordpress’ is becoming more and more popular. Studies show that there are about 500,000 searches every month! And if we count the searches of all WP-related keywords – the monthly figure is reaching 37 million searches (that is about 444 million searches in 2014). (more…)