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Official World Cup Sponsors Losing Out in Video Ad Social Shares

Official World Cup Sponsors Losing Out in Video Ad Social Shares

When it comes to World Cup focused video ads, nearly three-quarters of the total shares across social media networks right now are for those brands, like Activia, Samsung, and ESPN, who aren’t officially partnered with FIFA.

Own Goal? Fan-made Coca-Cola Videos Score Over Branded World Cup Ads

Own Goal? Fan made Coca Cola Videos Score Over Branded World Cup Ads

On YouTube, brand videos site side-by-side with user-generated, or fan-made videos. These independent creators may choose to make videos supportive of the brand, or they may act as detractors. Coca-Cola has a very active World Cup ad campaign running on YouTube, but one fan-made video is catching all the views. And the brand aren’t responding to this particular meme.

How Many Views Per Hour is Your Video Getting on YouTube?

How Many Views Per Hour is Your Video Getting on YouTube?

As a brand, creator, or video marketer, there is nothing more exciting – or nerve-racking – than tracking how your video content is performing in the hours, and days after its upload. We know that 42% of social shares occur within the first 72 hours, and that those shares can be tracked across Facebook, and Twitter. But how is that video faring on YouTube in terms of views per hour?

The Top 20 Most Shared Online Video Ads For May 2014

The Top 20 Most Shared Online Video Ads For May 2014

Just where is the line between music video and full-blown ad? If last month’s most shared video ads are anything to go by, it’s a question we are going to be asking more and more this year. Strutting its stuff in the number one spot is a video that could equally be argued as either – “La La La Brazil 2014”, from Danone and Shakira.

Trending Tools: Use Them to Create Smarter Video Content

Trending Tools: Use Them to Create Smarter Video Content

Creating consistent, interesting, and relevant video content can be a daunting task, particularly if you are relying on that content to drive sales or other types of conversion. Luckily there are some fantastic, free tools on the market that can help you identify trending topics to give you plenty of ideas.

How Second Screen and Viral Content Are Keeping Canadian Sports Fans Engaged

How Second Screen and Viral Content Are Keeping Canadian Sports Fans Engaged

Sports content creators face different challenges and opportunities than creators in any other category on YouTube, and other digital platforms. These unique, sports-specific issues include: working with content with a short shelf life, and keeping an audience through an off-season. Learn how TSN is keeping its Canadian viewers engaged.

Nope, Using a Celebrity Won’t Make Your Video Go Viral [Report]

Nope, Using a Celebrity Wont Make Your Video Go Viral [Report]

Advertisers who use celebrities to drive shares of their videos are wasting their marketing budgets, according to a new report published today by Unruly. The report found very few viewers cited the famous faces on display on this years Super Bowl ads as a key reason why they would share those ads with their social networks.

Sharing of Online Video Ads Aired During Super Bowl 2014 Down 29%

Sharing of Online Video Ads Aired During Super Bowl 2014 Down 29%

The broadcast of the Seattle Seahawks’ victory over the Denver Broncos drew in 111.5 million viewers, making it the most-watched TV event in U.S. history. But, a disappointing performance by the ads that aired during the 2014 Super Bowl saw shares of branded videos drop by almost 25% last quarter.

Top 10 Most Shared Chocolate Ads Ever: Brands are Huge, Giant Losers

Top 10 Most Shared Chocolate Ads Ever: Brands are Huge, Giant Losers

8 out of the 10 most shared chocolate ads on YouTube belong to non-branded channels, so even though brands like Mars and Cadbury’s own the assets, a poor video marketing strategy has opened the door for others to reap the rewards in terms of views and engagement.

Jimmy Fallon: I Love YouTube and YouTube Loves Me

Jimmy Fallon: I Love YouTube and YouTube Loves Me

Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ YouTube channel just hit 3 million subscribers, and the comedian and late-night TV host said a big thank you in the best way – by video. Not only is Fallon a hit on NBC, but he’s also the most engaged late-night chat show host with online viewers.

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