Many brands are testing out video content based on the idea of neuromarketing, that's marketing that triggers the kind of brain activity that will lead to a desired behavior, like buying a product. We take a look at some examples.
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The world is getting smaller and a great marketing campaign can cross many borders. But how do you reach a potential audience with video content that's limited to a single language? We give you 3 great tips for translating video for a global market.
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There are many elements involved in creating the right kind of video to reach your target audience. Former CNN Anchor Sachi Koto recently gave her top tips on the art of storytelling in video to ensure you get the message across and engage the audience at the same time.
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