How are luxury brands leveraging video, and what type of video content is working for them? A new study from OMD EMEA and Tubular Labs reveals vital social video insights across select sectors of the luxury industry.
Innovative Christmas ads from the top UK brands are almost as much of a tradition these days as a plate of home-made mince pies. We take a look at 8 of the best for 2016, from retail giants like Sainsburys, John Lewis, and Tesco.
It's that time of year again when many of the biggest brands in retail are launching their Christmas video campaigns. We take a look at how UK retailer John Lewis has captured the hearts and minds of consumers (with #BusterTheBoxer), and how other brands can squeeze the most out of their holiday ads.
Twitter has announced a new monetization feature for video publishers, but what do creators, and advertisers, need to know about the initiative? We bring you five huge insights into getting the most out of video on Twitter.
Who would have thought that a video about a Chewbacca mask would not only go viral across the Internet, but would shatter all Facebook Live records in just 4 days! And, with over 140M+ views, a number of brands are also benefitting from the exposure.
LEGO has found huge success with its video marketing strategy, and has millions of followers who engage with its content online. But it may be missing a trick by not uploading enough native videos to Facebook.
YouTube isn't just for watching cats, or Korean pop music. Hundreds of thousands of videos offer invaluable advice to consumers when it comes to DIY projects. We show you how a quick search on YouTube saved over $700 on the cost of a new washing machine.
The world is going crackers for Monty the Penguin, but does the success of the video campaign on Facebook signal the death knell for YouTube? Nope, far from it. John Lewis are pouring money into advertising and marketing on both platforms to reach as many viewers as possible.
Paid views are often a vital part of video promotion, but brands are often missing the level of engagement that strategy brings. In fact, many brands don't actually know how many of their views are from organic means (their "owned" media), and how many are due to video promotion via TrueView and other paid avenues. We take a look at two brands on YouTube and how they are faring.
Two big brands, Dove and Always, launched well-publicized campaigns on YouTube using documentary-style videos that encourage viewers to challenge cultural perceptions about women and girls. The videos themselves are very compelling, and were seen by millions. But did they succeed in growing the reach of their respective YouTube channels? Unfortunately, in large part, they did not.
'First Kiss' has generated 27 million views in just a couple of days but how many viewers would have taken the time to watch it had they known in advance that it was in fact a video ad for a clothing company? Admittedly, a brilliant, highly-shareable one, but an ad all the same.
If a friend sends you a link to check out flavoring for your soul patch, or where to buy a t-shirt that can hide your body fat and give you great muscle definition at the same time, then click on it and watch the latest video ads from Old Spice.