Our Brid.tv video player, powered by Google Analytics, provides our users data, that is always up-to-date, accurate and in-depth in analyzing user traffic. The good news? It’s available both to our Standard and Premium Publishers. Our analytics shows stats for both aggregate views and per individual video. It delivers views and uniques for your videos, top videos, detailed engagement metrics, geography down to city level for each video, social stats (shares and views on sites like Facebook and Twitter), as well as insights into what operating system your viewers are using.
Once you sign up to our platform, Brid will automatically crawl your site and grab your Google Analytics code. Here are the needed steps you need to follow to activate Google Analytics reporting in Brid: (more…)
Brid’s YouTube syndication provides our Premium plan partners an option to easily export any video they add into Brid automatically to their YouTube account and channel. Once you have activated this feature you can easily syndicate your video content to your YouTube channel in Brid by using your Google YouTube login account. We use the OAuth 2.0 protocol to authorize Brid users to publish videos to YouTube. Brid’s YouTube syndication is “one-way” – that means your settings and content in Brid are pushed to YouTube, but the same rule doesn’t apply for Youtube, settings and content on YouTube are not dragged into Brid.
When you authorize YouTube syndication for one of your Google accounts you can’t change the Google account used. (more…)
Video is becoming a fundamental part of any content marketing strategy. It can positively affect eCommerce, brand awareness, social media engagement, and a lot more. General advice for creating digital content from all marketing experts is to be focused on keeping things short and sweet by making short-form clips. But segmenting your content by length should not be so strict in the world of online video. Although this may come as a surprise to most internet marketers and video content producers, long-form content might become a marketing priority in the future. But first, let’s define the term long-form content? According the FreeWheel Video Monetization Report, here’s how we can slice the industry’s digital video inventory into three buckets:
We’ve done a couple of minor tweaks to Brid CMS and the Brid player.
Brid CMS and player changes:
Wistia, JW Player, Flowplayer, Vzaar, Vimeo and “the other video platform guys” – how much is enough?
We do it like this:
With our publisher plan – you get the player and the whole platform – for free! This unlimited plan includes video hosting and encoding as well – you can forget about any additional costs, obligations and limits – Our ad revenue share model is designed to provide the best value in the industry. (more…)
Brid Video LLC, a technology company made up of industry veterans in the field of online video, announces the launch of a new free enterprise-level online video platform and HTML5 video player.
PRNEWSWIRE – http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bridtv—free-cloud-based-video-platform-and-html5-player-launches-251916021.html (more…)
Custom made (themed) bridTV Player Skins for our platform users
We released the platform with 6 official skins but our crack Team of designers and developers are constantly working on creating new skins and we are currently standing at 20. This number will of course only go up and all of them are free to use. (more…)
This is a big day for us here!
After more than a year of exciting work, we are extremely happy to introduce Brid video, our HTML5 Video Player and CMS platform.
Our goal is simple: Get your video published and monetized in as few clicks as needed. Full HTML5 support means that no matter the device, your videos and your player will be seen and heard. If for any reason, HTML5 is not an option, Flash fallback will be engaged for optimal user experience.