As it's the 17th of March, and we’re all a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, let's raise a glass of Guinness and watch ten of their very best social videos. The ten we've chosen have a remarkable knack for telling stirring tales of inspiration, dedication, ingenuity, and effort.
2013 was the year of the prankvert but can that format survive into 2014 when the public are so aware of it? What other social video trends will emerge in 2014 and how can brands and video marketers and advertisers join in the conversation?
When it comes to the food industry, brands need to understand the behaviour of the customer and construct the right kind of campaigns to win their hearts and their loyalty. We take a look at some of the trends that have helped companies like Oreo and Chipotle go viral on YouTube.
Combining your video marketing and social media campaign strategies can be a winning combination. Social media is especially conducive to audience participation, dialogue and engagement and when you use it as part of your video marketing, you improve your reach and leverage customer engagement and participation.
Rio 2014 is only 10 months away and it might just be the biggest social media event yet. Unruly have launched a brand new tool that helps brands and advertisers predict how many shares their videos are likely to attract in Brazil - social media capital of the universe - before they are even launched.
A good video marketing strategy will help you gain visibility in your field, an amazing video marketing strategy has the ability to transform your brand and drive huge sales of your product or service. We take a look at real life examples.
Marketers and brands always have high hopes for their video strategy but what happens when no one visits your YouTube channel or watches that video you poured your heart and soul and budget into. We take a look at how video should be leveraged as part of a wider marketing campaign.
Jeffrey Harmon is famous for creating a video marketing campaign that launched Orabrush into a global brand. Now, he's turned his attention to another unlikely product and it looks like his magic touch is already working as 'Girls Don't Poop' goes viral.
The internet loves cats but could that be because the internet is cats? It's a crazy theory but delivered in an inventive and highly entertaining way from the team at PBS Idea Channel. Sit back and ponder on the meaning of life, the web and everything cat related.
It may come as no surprise to learn that YouTube succeeds on the back of video games. For many YouTube independent networks, video game content is the most successful and lucrative. YouTube audiences crave it and creators are inspired by it. Machinima is a behemoth ...