The 2016 Rio Olympics are over and we know who won: NBC’s multi-platform coverage of the games. What lessons can brands, agencies, publishers, and video marketers learn about the type Olympics video content that got the most views?
2016 sees video firmly at the forefront of consumer consumption, whatever the platform, whatever the device. Traditional media publishers and new players in digital media must deliver video content to the audience on the audience's terms.
The 2016 NewFronts showcased a host of new online video initiatives from big brands like The New York Times, Hulu, Hearst, and Playboy. We take a look at how media companies are investing big in video content in 2016.
Did you know that you can use sequential retargeting as part of your Google Adwords for YouTube advertising campaign? By specifically targeting viewers based on their previous actions, you can return different content based on where they are in the sales funnel.
In October 2015, Xbox hosted a six-hour live-streamed event on YouTube which helped Halo 5 break sales records for the brand. Over the course of the event, around 8M viewers tuned in, with a dedicated 700K gamers staying for the full 6 hours.
Snapchat’s not all flirting and face swaps — there’s huge marketing potential especially when you’re aiming at teen/young adult audiences. We take a look at 7 tips for a successful Snapchat video marketing campaign that brands can implement today.
YouTube has given many brands the opportunity to raise awareness for their products and services via video. We take a look at 4 companies who used YouTube in innovative ways to reach their audience. Also, we confirm 5 ways video marketing is set to explode in 2016.
Now that Super Bowl is over for another year, video marketers and advertisers can take a look back to see which ads resonated the most with the viewing public. We also reveal which brands received the most uplift from their Super Bowl content.
Political video ads claimed 3 out of the 10 most viewed video ads on YouTube in January 2016. With caucus and primary season heating up, the candidates in the U.S. election race are turning to YouTube to get their message across.
Given the huge amount of video content available on the Internet, marketers need to be aware of their options when it comes to reaching as much of their target audience as they can. If brands don’t already have millions of subscribers, likes, or followers, they’ll need to seed their video content when it launches, which means investing in paid promotion.
Facebook video ads yield amazing results for creators and marketers who leverage the platform effectively, but which video ad formats are the most effective on the social network? We take a look at 3 of the most effective?
Did you know that 40% of baby product consumers actually live in homes without children? Or that only 31% of mobile searchers for video games are men ages 18 to 34? Video advertisers could be missing out on a huge share of audience and never even know about it.
There are huge budgets available to promote video campaigns, but how are the frontrunners in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election faring when it comes to engagements? Anyone can buy video views, but we're much more interested in how election videos are actually engaging the average viewer.