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A new white paper from Unruly called “The Science of Sharing” says stop trying to be funny, launch your campaigns on Wednesday for the best sharing, and try to have more than one emotional trigger in your ads.
YouTube has released their top 10 ads for June. Included is Samsung’s collaborations with Usher and Jay-Z, two ads featuring Despicable Me 2, Pepsi’s levitation stunt, and fantastically, Dollar Shave Club’s “One Wipe Charlies” ad.
What will Greg Jarboe be talking about at the Reel Summit taking place later this month? Well, how to create advertising that makes that cash register ring, using the teachings of David Ogilvy, who literally wrote the book on advertising.
A new Beneful ad has gone the Rube Goldberg route, which is both overused and hard to pull off, but ultimately, fun to watch. And this one requires trained dogs to do some of the work to keep it going. While it’s nothing new, it’s worth taking a look at a brand doing something other than traditional advertising.
YouTube kicked off their Pro Series with four videos with established YouTubers talking about “Working with Advertisers.” One of the strange things when you start becoming kind of a big deal is when advertisers approach you. What do you do to get the deal? And do you tailor your content for them?
Unruly’s Viral Video Chart for June includes the Geico camel commercial, some awesome stunts brought to us by Red Bull, and a surprising resurrection of a safety video that was released in November. Who else made the list?
It seems like all brands need is a “viral video” and they’ll have this video thing mastered. But showing your commitment to video, and finding a way to sell without selling, and creating a relationship with your customers is way more important than driving sales for a brief period or increasing brand recognition.
Who will you see at the Reel Video Marketing Summit, and why should you attend? Here’s a good three reasons why, and like successful video itself, it all comes down to content. What kind of content will you be seeing at the Summit? Read on.
YouTube is announcing a partner program for advertisers. Set to take place in September, the pilot program will invite a few brands out to Los Angeles to learn how to create content specifically for YouTube. Pepsi, GE, Johnson & Johnson, and American Express will form the inaugural group.
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