While many brands have begun to dabble in influencer marketing with sponsored blog and photo posts, the real key to long-term influencer success lies in brands’ abilities to align with video content creators.
This won’t be the first time you’ve heard this: video is the future of marketing. Globally, 80% of all Internet traffic in 2019 will be video. Using the word, “video,” in an email subject line can boost click-through rates by 65%.
Video marketing is becoming increasingly popular, increasing competition for audience attention in the video space. But there are ways to cut through the noise - here are 6 businesses that are winning at video content.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) marketing strategies are getting more innovative to help land page advertisement. Similarly, YouTube is having a major impact on SEO rankings. Getting higher rankings for your page through YouTube videos is a grand strategy. Audiovisual influence is a clearer and stronger method as opposed to just using visual means for optimization.
Social media is constantly evolving -- it seems like there is always something new and exciting going on. Of course, it's also hard to keep up with sometimes. How do know which new channels to focus on, and how do you use what's out there to increase your social media presence? How do you separate the passing fads for emerging trends that will stick around?
If you've experimented with video in social, you may have noticed that successful YouTube content often tanks on Facebook. Or maybe you've wondered how your Instagram videos should differ from your Vines. In this post, we look at how to create high-performing videos for six top social networks: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Vine and YouTube. You'll learn how to use video to educate, entertain, engage and more—regardless of the platform.
Getting through to your customers is a tough gig. They ignore your calls, they've installed ad blocker across all of their devices, and they use Gmail to filter out your emails that took hours of brain power trying to come up with the perfect subject line. Bleak, isn't it?