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Best Vines of the Week: 12th June 2014

Best Vines of the Week: 12th June 2014

Ghostbusters, National Donut Day, mischievous snacks, sofa-surfing, and impressive football skills all take center-stage for this week’s round-up of the best Vines of the past seven days. Nike, ESPN, Samsung, Danio, and Sony Electronics all produced some of the best micro-videos of the week.

World Cup Ads Outperform Super Bowl Even Before Ball Is Kicked

World Cup Ads Outperform Super Bowl Even Before Ball Is Kicked

The FIFA 2014 World Cup hasn’t even started, but its ads have already outperformed this year’s Super Bowl. In fact, the top 20 most shared World Cup commercials have already attracted almost a third more shares than the top 20 Super Bowl 2014 ads – months after Super Bowl Sunday.

TrueView Formats, Vimeo vs. YouTube, and YouTube Email Notifications [TubeTalk #27]

TrueView Formats, Vimeo vs. YouTube, and YouTube Email Notifications [TubeTalk #27]

On this week’s ReelSEO Tubetalk podcast we discuss the type of ad formats for AdWords for Video, also known as TrueView advertising. We also tell you how you can get an email notification when a YouTube channel releases a new video, and we contemplate the pros and cons of YouTube vs Vimeo for business videos.

5 Best Instagram Videos of the Week: 10th June 2014

5 Best Instagram Videos of the Week: 10th June 2014

Burger King adds a little extra to the dating process, Coca-Cola ushers in the summer with a familiar sound, Mercedes-Benz drives it fans wild, and Virgin America gets caught in the act. Watch these, and other, best Instagram videos of the past 7 days.

92% of U.S. Millennials Turn to Second Screens While Watching TV

92% of U.S. Millennials Turn to Second Screens While Watching TV

According to a new report from video advertisers YuMe, 92% of U.S. based Millennials use a connection device whilst watching TV, with 47% using those second screens to gain further information related to the TV content they are watching. That presents a huge opportunity for advertisers, but who do they target, and how to they target them?

YouTube Embeds, Skippable Ads, and Video Topics [TubeTalk #26]

YouTube Embeds, Skippable Ads, and Video Topics [TubeTalk #26]

How do you customize the YouTube embed player? What do skippable ads mean for YouTube marketers, creators and users? How to develop an advice series for your channel? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO’s TubeTalk podcast.

Best Branded Vines of the Week: 4th June 2014

Best Branded Vines of the Week: 4th June 2014

In our pick of the top branded Vines of the week, Coca-Cola shows us how those tiny cans of soda are really made, Ford takes a road-trip around the Swiss Alps, Marmite’s cheese rolling adventures come to a sad end, and Netflix trails the second series of Hemlock Grove.

5 Best Branded Instagram Videos of the Week: 3rd June 2014

5 Best Branded Instagram Videos of the Week: 3rd June 2014

Oreo celebrates World Milk Day, Target takes us on a road trip, Jack in the Box wants to feed us from sunrise to sunset, and Veuve Clicquot shows us a taste of the high life. Welcome to the best Instagram Videos of the past 7 days.

Hump Day vs. State Farm Jake in the Battle of YouTube Memes

Hump Day vs. State Farm Jake in the Battle of YouTube Memes

The challenge for the car insurance business is that talking about their products is kind of boring. So insurers have taken to TV, and to YouTube, with humorous ads that will make their name memorable with viewers. On YouTube, these videos have the added benefit of being shared, re-uploaded, or even re-enacted by people who enjoy them, but who is winning the battle of the memes?

Why Google Is Right To Be Worried Over Yahoo’s Plan to Rival YouTube

Why Google Is Right To Be Worried Over Yahoos Plan to Rival YouTube

YouTube needs to spend less time comparing itself to cable networks and more time comparing itself to other video content properties, if it is to ride the threat that Yahoo could present to Google’s video service later this summer. We take a look at why the Yahoo plans could shake up YouTube and why it needs to stay focused.

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