The past few years have shown the increasing popularity of homemade videos showcased online; video trends in 2013 took this a step further. Perhaps the biggest change in the video industry was the development of video-based social media sites like Vine and Instagram video. These features allowed consumers to share bite-sized, hilarious videos that often garner viral attention, as seen with the Drake hand meme.
Music videos and covers were huge with video trends in 2013. From the YouTube-based acapella group Pentatonix's 'Beyoce Evolution' cover video to the gut-busting Bound 3 spoof video mimicking Kanye West's Bound 2, audio entertainment truly melded with a visual component this past year.
With 100 hours of content uploaded to YouTube per minute, it can be difficult to stay on top of the video industry. Stay updated with our Video Trend Report.
Top 100 Video Trends in 2013
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From Celeb-Spoofed Rap Videos to Baby Combat Videos
Published: Jan 3, 2014