Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising at ReelSummit 2014

Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising at ReelSummit 2014

Yesterday, I started to plan for a 4 hour workshop I'm presenting with Manny Rivas and Jeremy Vest at the on July 24th 2014. I decided I'd better check the outline I submitted to Mark Robertson a few weeks ago on the ReelSummit website, and almost fainted when I saw the title of the workshop is now 'Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising'.

No pressure Greg! You've got 4 hours to take people who potentially have zero experience with TrueView and turn them into experts. Well - I confess right now that I can't promise to deliver that - but what I can maybe do with help from Manny and Jeremy, is to set people on the right path so they can hopefully dedicate themselves to mastering this amazing tool and who knows - one or two of them may one day count themselves as experts! Let me explain what you’ll actually learn by attending the workshop and why you’ll really benefit from participating.

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ReelSummit 2014: TrueView Advertising Workshop

Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising at ReelSummit 2014The teams at Google and YouTube have been beefing up the set of tools for content creators and advertisers lately. More and more companies are looking to take to the digital streets and promote their video assets using the latest TrueView ad units. The enthusiasm is awesome, but there are some things new advertisers need to understand before jumping in.

In the first half of this TrueView Advertising Training Workshop, Manny Rivas will provide both positive benefits and negative aspects of UI features in action, B2B & B2C lead gen, direct response and branding case studies as well as speak on the integration and deprecation of video ads in traditional AdWords campaigns.

Attendees will leave this part of the workshop with immediately actionable information including:

  • How to execute comprehensive demographic research to advise ad targeting.
  • How to create & when to use video remarketing lists.
  • Which ad units support what KPI’s.
  • How to create big league campaigns in a small time UI.

Using Google Analytics to Power Targeted TrueView campaigns

Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising at ReelSummit 2014In the second half of this TrueView Advertising Training Workshop, with help from Jeremy Vest, I will reveal new insights from the latest YouTube research and share new lessons learned from YouTube success stories about how real businesses have successfully used AdWords for video. Then, the participants will discuss:

  • Why didn’t Volvo Trucks top the Ads Leaderboard for Cannes?
  • How did Activia top the 2014 World Cup ads chart?
  • Why did P&G win the 2014 Winter Olympics?
  • How did Microsoft lose the 2014 Super Bowl?
  • Why does Guinness create ads that are really worth spreading?
  • How did Nassau Paradise Island increase website traffic by 33-56%?

Now, I don’t want participants to be surprised – this will not be a traditional lecture by a sage on the stage; it will be an interactive discussion that I will guide from the side. This approach has been inspired by Dr. Eric Mazur, who recently won the $500,000 Minerva Prize for Advancements in Higher Education. While teaching at Harvard more than 20 years ago, Dr. Mazur developed a question-based active learning method called Peer Instruction as an alternative to the traditional lecture-style class. We will try and emulate this interactive peer approach so we all gain from the expertise in the room.

Become an Expert in YouTube TrueView Advertising at ReelSummit 2014Okay, so maybe you won’t become an expert in YouTube TrueView advertising in just 4 hours. This isn’t a “boot camp for boosting IQ.” But, you will learn immediately actionable information. And you will be better prepared to engage with difficult problems beyond the workshop walls. If you don’t think that’s a compelling reason to attend and participate, then let me know. There’s still time to make adjustments before the 2014 Reel Video Summit. Heck, there’s even time to make adjustments before the early-bird rates expire on June 29, 2014.

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About the Author -
Greg Jarboe is president and co-founder of SEO-PR, a content marketing agency which provides search engine optimization, online public relations, social media marketing, and video marketing services.  Jarboe is author of "YouTube and Video Marketing: An Hour a Day". He is also a contributor to "Strategic Digital Marketing: Top Digital Experts Share the Formula for Tangible Returns on Your Marketing Investment" by Eric Greenberg and Alexander Kates; "Complete B2B Online Marketing" by William Leake, Lauren Vaccarello, and Maura Ginty; as well as "Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions" by Guy Kawasaki. Jarboe is profiled in "Online Marketing Heroes: Interviews with 25 Successful Online Marketing Gurus" by Michael Miller. Jarboe is on the faculty of the Rutgers Center of Management Development as well as Market Motive.  He is also a correspondent for Search Engine Watch as well as the Knowledge Transfer blog. He is also a frequent speaker at industry conferences. View All Posts By -

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  • asoldiercanoff

    May be way off base here, but isn't all this just trying to find the stealthiest ways to push a product into someone's face? The longer someone fools me before I realize I was part of some technically implemented plan to show me something I never asked for disgusts me more than annoying basic pop up ads. It's the reason I can't market myself I suppose, but seems the merit of anything should be based on the product or service itself and if presented that way I'm okay with that, but like the line from Tommy Boy,"You can put a guarantee on a box containing a piece of shi*, but it's still a piece of shi*." Maybe this sort of thing isn't meant for small potatoes like me, and if so, nevermind then. (sits back down)