What is a Video Title?
Every time you publish a new video in Haloed, you will need to add a video title to your video. This title should describe what your video is about and is visible to all members in Haloed. Ensure that your video title falls within the maximum limit of 100 characters (including spaces). We also recommend using relevant keywords related to the video.
Pro-tip: Keep your video title short and sweet for maximum impact!
Examples of video titles:
[Bios Channel] When you publish your first video on Haloed, we recommend that you give a short introduction about yourself for other Haloed members to get to know you better e.g. Aspiring Digital Marketer passionate about SEO
[Jobs Channel] If you have a job opening and want to promote it, you can let other Haloed members know that you are hiring e.g. HIRING: Software Engineer at Company X
If you are a job seeker, you can reply to a job post e.g. REPLY FOR JOB POST: Software Engineer at Company X
[Events Channel] If you are hosting an upcoming event and want to promote it to other like-minded individuals, you can leverage Haloed to give you that much needed boost e.g. Calling all techies! Find out how big data can help your business at our upcoming webinar on 1 July.
[Collaborations Channel] If you are working on a project and are looking for business partners or mentors, you can do a shoutout on Haloed e.g. Looking for partners on a coding project – drop me a message if interested!
[Social Channel] If you want to meet like-minded people, you can invite Haloed members for a chat over a casual lunch e.g. I’m interested in the banking industry – if you are from that area, let’s chat over coffee!
[Knowledge Channel] You can share some insights or knowledge in your field e.g. 3 tips to boost your company website’s SEO
Learn more: What is a Video Channel?
Learn more: What are Keywords?