Super Bowl Sunday is a true marketing and advertising tent-pole event that starts right after the NFC and AFC Championship games and lasts around a fortnight. That also means that the Super Bowl commercials seen on TV are only the tip of the digital video advertising iceberg.
Did you know that consumers are spending an average of six hours per week watching video content on social media networks? Or that 46% of consumers said they’ve actually made a purchase as a result of watching a brand video on social media?
These days, Red Bull is as much of a media company as it is an energy drink brand. But the company has been changing its video marketing strategy over the past year despite the fact that the rest of the industry looks to its campaigns for inspiration. So how is Red Bull reaching more of its target audience?
Facebook Live has gone from a nice-have to a must-have, and changed the way publishers distribute their content and build their subscriber base on the platform. As video dominates the Facebook user’s News Feed, live video is perhaps the best way to stand out from the crowd right now. Download our brand new Facebook Live playbook today to get the best tips and advice for your campaigns.
Cisco predicts that video will account for a staggering 79% of global Internet traffic by 2020, so now is the right time to increase your video marketing budget and resources, and lock down your video content strategy.
Facebook video is growing at a staggering rate, and this represents both an opportunity and a threat to digital marketers that aren't publishing videos to Facebook directly. We spoke to online video expert Mark Robertson who shared some up-to-date insights, and best practices around getting the most out of your Facebook video marketing strategy.
The latest figures from Alphabet Inc (the company formerly known as Google) are out, and although Alphabet didn't disclose how much money YouTube is making, experts estimate the video platform's annual revenue has now reached $10 billion.
We've already covered the online video metrics that matter for publishers, media companies, B2B, B2C, and Influencer marketers. Now we turn the spotlight on what type of metrics brand advertisers and their ad partners and agencies should be paying attention to.
Over the past decade, video measurement has gotten much more robust – and a lot more complex. We take a look at the online video metrics that really matter, particularly for media companies, video publishers, and video content creators.