The 2016 NewFronts showcased a host of new online video initiatives from big brands like The New York Times, Hulu, Hearst, and Playboy. We take a look at how media companies are investing big in video content in 2016.
There were some amazing takeaways and tips for brands, creators, and video marketers from this year's Social Media Marketing World. We're a long way from the days when social media marketers viewed video and YouTube as a small piece of the content marketing pie, at #SMMW16 video took its place as king of online content.
When it comes to video marketing, Turkish Airlines is flying circles around the world’s largest airline brands. So, what do a lot of the smaller airlines know about video marketing that most of the bigger airlines don’t?
In October 2015, Xbox hosted a six-hour live-streamed event on YouTube which helped Halo 5 break sales records for the brand. Over the course of the event, around 8M viewers tuned in, with a dedicated 700K gamers staying for the full 6 hours.
Who would have thought that a YouTube channel whose only content revolves around crushing mundane everyday items with an hydraulic press would generate over 41M views in just 30 days. That's the power of community engagement on Reddit.
Instagram will soon start showing followers images and videos that it believes they want to see first, rather than the ones most recently posted. How can video marketers make the most of this new feature?
According to a new report, 46% of all video plays in Q4 2015 were on tablets and smartphones. It’s Millennials who are using these mobile devices, and who are forcefully driving the action in digital video. Brands take note.
The online video ecosystem can change overnight, with new platforms, features, and functionality coming and going. Forecasting strategic insights, critical data, tactical advice, and trends in the digital video marketing business, can be tricky. But it's vital that video marketing teams keep on top of trends.
With 75% of mobile Internet traffic predicted to be video content by 2020, brands needs to work with new metrics to determine how their content is performing across social video platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and Vine. We take a deep dive into why you should also be measuring Conversation, Amplification, and Applause.
BuzzFeed publishes content on over 30 platforms in seven languages in 11 countries, but data on unique visitors falls very short as it doesn't include people who watched BuzzFeed’s videos on YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat Discover, Instagram, Yahoo, Tumblr, Vine, or their mobile app. Now the brand confirms how it analyses a different set of metrics in order to understand its impact across the globe.