YouTube just released its first Brand Channel Leaderboard, featuring channels that have had the most success attracting repeat viewership, shares, and engaged fan bases. But how well are brands actually doing on the video-sharing platform?
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YouTube is the world's second largest social network. If your brand isn't active on this platform, you may be missing out on key customer connections.