In this week's best branded Vines, we hit the red carpet with Delta, join our gaming friends on #PS4, wince along with Dollar Shave Club, drink along with Pepsi Max, and learn that girls only want one thing at Taco Bell.
Users don't want to sit and read through reams and reams of text on the internet, and with attention spans shorter than ever, you need to work hard to keep visitors engaged when they land on your site. A video is a great way of doing this, so take a moment to read about the most important steps in the video creation process.
GoAnimate, the “do-it yourself” animated video platform have teamed up with Common Craft, one of the pioneers of the explainer video movement, to offer a brand new template for video creators, based on the Common Craft style. Available now, it promises to be an easy way to animate the famous cut out style of animation.
Brands or marketers who dismiss video as part of their campaign strategy are missing out on a huge opportunity to reach others in the Business to Business space. We take a look at some of the common myths surrounding B2B video and why brands need to reconsider.
Prank interviews, super viral Norwegian pop videos, stop motion Batman & Robins and a round up of regional slang words make up just some of the most viral videos of the last seven days. We love the adverts from Guinness and LG but we are also a bit worried about our eyesight as well.
A review of the Go!Animate service, which allows you to create animated videos using your internet connection at a fraction of the cost it would take to hire an animator. An easy-to-use application, does Go!Animate have what it takes?
Writing the script for a narrated explainer video can be tough, especially when you're trying to visualize a whole bunch of information and trying to figure out the timing of everything. The following video demonstrates how to use Celtx when writing the script for your explainer video.
Now that we've covered the different types of video marketing, it's time to cover the different video styles you can use for that marketing. What are the pros and cons of each of these styles? It's good to know what you're getting into before you start.