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Why Each Social Video Platform Needs its Own Story Telling Strategy

Did you know that the most popular type of video content on Instagram revolves around pop culture, or that user-generated videos uploaded to Facebook tend to do better than other types of video uploaded to the networking site? Each of the main social video platforms has its own unique identity and audience, which is why video marketers need to create a different story telling technique for each.
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Is YouTube Becoming the World's Most Important Resource for Modern History?

For the past 100 years, news corporations and filmmakers have been frantically capturing the most important events of a generation on camera. Now, millions of minutes of that footage is being uploaded to YouTube for today's student, teacher, and history buff to access on demand. As TV and cable networks produce more entertainment-focused content in a bid to attract the viewers (and the ad revenue), is YouTube now becoming the world's most important resource to learn about modern history?
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Is Vine Worth the Time for Branded Video Content?

You may be surprised to know that the top-ten most viewed creators on Vine for June 2015 were all individuals, and not big-name brands. So, can branded content really succeed on the micro-video platform? Absolutely. Brands don't have to create a Vine that reaches the whole audience, just one that reaches a target audience.
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Airbnb vs. Uber: Which Brand Engages the Most Video Viewers? [Brand vs Brand]

Airbnb and Uber may not be direct competitors, but they are both leading brands in the 'on-demand' economy. We look at how both companies are using video to tell there particular stories, and find that there's plenty of room for improvement when it comes to driving an engaged audience.
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YouTube Q2 Report: What Marketers Need to Know - HUGE ↑ Watch-Time, Mobile & Ad Spend

Google just announced its results for Q2 2015, and every video marketer should be aware that, on mobile, the average session time is now 40 minutes. That's the fastest growth rate in viewing time the site has seen in 2 years. Watching YouTube via a mobile device is also proving a bit hit with users, as the platform attracts more viewers via tablets and smartphones than any U.S. cable network.
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Leveraging YouTube’s Top Three Priorities: Mobile, Mobile and Mobile

YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki recently confirmed that the site's three main priorities are “Mobile. Mobile. Mobile". That shouldn't come as a surprise to video marketers or advertisers as consumers are watching around 40 minutes of video on their mobile devices everyday, with Millennials embracing the medium more than any other demographic.
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Nike vs. Adidas: Which Brand’s Videos Won the Women’s World Cup?

The U.S. National Soccer Team defeated Japan 5-2 to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada last Sunday. But how did the sponsors fare in terms of online video engagement? We pitch Nike against Adidas to see which brand scored a hit with viewers.

ATTN B2B Marketers: How's Video Working for You? [Survey]

As part of our annual Video Marketing Survey, we want to get a better understanding of the wins, as well as challenges, that face the B2B video marketer. If you're part of a B2B marketing team, we'd love you to participate in this short, 25 question survey.
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How-to Master the Facebook Video Algorithm: 3 Winning Tactics

There is enormous potential for brands to leverage their video content on Facebook, however ensuring those videos get seen can be tricky. We offer three tips to mastering the Facebook video algorithm and achieving maximum organic reach for your video marketing efforts.
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The Future of Digital Video: Why Brands Need to Follow the Consumer

The future of digital video is changing as consumers research their purchase decisions based on their needs, not on the needs of the brand or advertiser. Brands and publishers have to rethink their message and create amazing content, not just great advertising.