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Great Ways To Boost Your Video Marketing and Increase Your Subscribers

Using video marketing techniques and strategies is a great opportunity for you to help reach more targeted customers about your products.

Try learning more about social media optimization to see how you can utilize the many different strategies to your benefit. Continue reading to find out more information on this topic.

Use video marketing to allow your customers to get to know you.

You could, for instance, record a weekly video in which you talk about your projects and upcoming deals. Make your video marketing campaign interactive by reserving a segment of your weekly video to answer questions customers send you.

Use events such as expos and trade shows to interview experts.

You can then post the interviews on your site as a resource for your viewers. Ask the types of questions that your audience would ask and try to keep the interview as interesting as you can to hold your viewer’s attention.

If you decide to hire a video marketing professional to create a video for your business, check out their portfolio first. You need to hire a professional who can create some quality videos, address a specific niche and convince customers to purchase a product. Do not waste your time and money on a professional who does not have a good portfolio.

The biggest aspect of your video marketing should be your content.

Without excellent and relevant content, your video marketing will fail. If viewers are not interested in your videos, you will not be able to make a sale. Make sure that you have interesting and relevant content to be successful with video marketing.

You need a link to your site built into your video.

This lets viewers become a little more familiar with it. Also use screenshots when creating how-to videos. Just save the screenshot and edit it into your video.

Make sure that you build up a relationship with your audience.

You can interact with viewers through the comments section. Ask them for their opinions and invite them to leave any suggestions that they might have. People like to know that their opinion really does count, and that you really are listening because it makes you more real to them.

Try not to stress out if your video is not perfect.

People are more likely to relate to a video that shows real people, rather than a polished ad that reeks of commercialism. Write your content out carefully, then practice saying it over and over. Then, shoot it and post it.

When using video marketing to increase your website traffic, you have to remember who you are talking to.

Your audience is crucial.

You need to target your videos to a specific audience, and you will notice that they will become more engaged, interested, and more likely to make your video marketing a success.

When searching for inspiration, try YouTube Suggest to find related topics which you could speak on.

This gives you a tree of various ideas which you can either use outright or might spark a topic idea in your mind. The more research you do, the more ideas you’ll come up with.

Youtube Suggestion Tool

When using videos to market your business, be sure to add a link to your website.

If someone views your video and is interested in your company, more information will be just one click away. These links can be added either in the video description or in a hovering caption added to your video. However, you do it, make sure that the link is easily visible and always kept up to date.

Videos don’t go viral by themselves.

You must market it via your website, emails to loved ones, and your social media sites. Nobody will watch your video if nobody knows it exists!

Always display your website URL in your video.

Most video-editing software packages include the option of placing a text box inside your video. This is the perfect way to ensure that anyone who views your video will know where to learn more, even if they end up seeing your video on a site other than your own.
Do you feel like you know more about using video marketing to help your business?
It’s a great thing, and you will be surprised at how much a viral video can help. Use the methods and strategies that you’ve learned here, and get started today developing a plan that will take your business further.

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The API for absurdity

Colorful ceramic cube texture and background Every important technology goes through a hype cycle. You’ve probably seen the Gartner Hype Cycle diagram: inflated expectations, followed by despair and eventually a pragmatic understanding of the technology’s value. World-changing promises tend to turn into mundane reality — if they don’t fall off the roller coaster entirely. Read More


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Which Olympic Marketers Spent the Most on TV and Digital Ads?

Call it the little family tree that could: Almost no other brand took root during the Olympics like Ancestry.com, running 14 TV commercials during the two-week sports extravaganza that ended on Sunday. DirecTV, with 29 ads, was the only individual company to run more spots.

Forty-one brands ran campaigns that entailed television, display, native, video and mobile ad units, including names such as Dunkin Donuts, Verizon, Walmart and the Warner Bros. film War Dogs. Also, digital native advertising drew 107 media buyers, which represented 19 percent of all advertisers and 26 percent of digital ad buyers.

All of those numbers hail from MediaRadar, which, from Aug. 1 through Aug. 20, looked at data from NBC and aggregated stats from more than 6,000 websites, evaluating the kinds of placements Summer Olympics advertisers are buying across TV and digital mediums. (Radio and billboards are not included.) Exact dollar figures are not available, but the tech company's thorough methodology (find a full explanation at the bottom of this story) suggests this is an accurate glimpse into brands' spending activity.

Meanwhile, the top category for advertisers was media/entertainment, beating second-place automotive, per MediaRadar.

Here are two charts that highlight some of what the New York-based player learned:

    

    

MediaRadar's system can reasonably estimate TV ad buys through client data and extrapolation. Its methodology for measuring digital buying is more nuanced and relies on a proprietary program called Placement Score, a composite score that weighs different elements of an online buy to help determine its scale and size. Such elements include ad type, location, density on the page, media format and frequency of a campaign. Each is assigned a value that's calculated into the overall Placement Score. The metric is designed to help you compare the size of buy between advertisers or a brand's spend on competing websites.

According to MediaRadar, native and video efforts—or campaigns with higher viewability—will be weighted larger than standard box or run-of-site banner ads. So, for example, if Advertiser A has a Placement Score of 20,000 and Advertiser B has a Placement Score of 10,000, you can make the assumption that Advertiser A spent twice what Advertiser B did in the same time frame.


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Lisn’s new app lets you stream songs for your friends while chatting

Screen Shot 2016-08-23 at 3.45.07 PM The joy that comes from listening to music with friends is something that’s been around ever since…well, ever since music. But today, thanks to digital services that let you listen anytime, anywhere, music is now more often a solo experience. A new app called Lisn wants to change that, by offering you a way to listen to music with a friend, no matter how far apart you are, and… Read More
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10 pro tips to make your US Open Snapchat Story a smash hit

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Even if you’re only the occasional Snapchat user, chances are you’ll whip out your phone when you’re out doing something really, really awesome. So, why not make the most of those awesome moments, to make your followers at home even more jealous?

If you’re heading to the US Open this year – or any big sporting event, for that matter – we’ve got some pro tips that will turn up the quality of your Snapchat Story. Simply charge up your phone, grab your sunscreen and read the following list to serve up the best snaps from Arthur Ashe Stadium. 

Use geofilters

Tell your audience where in the world you are. There should be some cool US Open-specific ones, in addition to the usual Flushing and Queens offerings. For those who will be in NYC but not necessarily at the tournament, there will also be some special Snapchat geofilters available in Times Square starting on August 25th, so be sure to look out for those. It’s a good idea to check out which ones are available before you really get to snapping, so you can position some of your images to include particular geofilters.  Read more…

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The Analogue Nt mini console is a loving tribute to NES history

battletoads The Analogue Nt mini isn’t an NES – it’s better. The third-party system created by designer Christopher Taber is a work of art in its own right, crafted from a solid piece of aluminum and offering internals that boast no-compromise gameplay experience, vs. what you’d get from a home hack using emulation software. Analogue’s Nt mini is the smaller sibling to the… Read More


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Olympic Roundup: U.S. Women Win Relay Gold, as Men Appeal Disqualification

Team USA reached 105 medals at the Summer Olympics in Rio on Friday, keeping the nation atop the medal count. Here's what marketers need to know about the last 24 hours of the Olympics:

Team USA Now 40 Medals Ahead of China
The U.S. added two medals to its total count Friday night, putting Team USA in the lead by 40 medals. Team USA won the gold in the women's 4×100 relay and the silver in the women's pole vault. (SB Nation)

Here's the total medal leaderboard as it stood going into Saturday, according to NBC Olympics:

United States: 105
China: 65
Great Britain: 60
Russia: 48
Japan: 41

Gold for U.S. Women's Relay Team, Felix Sets a Record
Team USA's Allyson Felix became the most decorated woman in Olympic track and field history on Friday as she won her fifth gold. The medal came alongside her fellow 4×100 relay winners: Tianna Bartoletta, English Gardner and Tori Bowie. This marks the second consecutive Olympic gold for the U.S. in the 4×100. (CNN)

U.S. Men's 4x100m Relay Team Loses Rio Bronze, Files Appeal
The U.S. track and field team was disqualified in the men's 4x100m relay final, denying them the bronze, and the team has filed an appeal. The team was disqualified after Americans Mike Rodgers and Justin Gatlin passed the baton outside the exchange zone according to judges, but the Americans say there was no infraction. (FOX Sports)

Usain Bolt Wins 4x100m Gold Medal in His Final Olympic Race
Usain Bolt, the fastest man in the world, took the gold in the final Olympic race of his career on Friday. Bolt, of Jamaica, is tied for the most career Olympic track and field gold medals with Finland's Paavo Nurmi and Carl Lewis of the U.S. (NBC)

Q&A: Nike's CMO on the Brand's Olympics Campaign Highlighting All Kinds of Athletes
Nike's chief marketing officer, Greg Hoffman, spoke to Adweek about the brand's latest campaign, created by Wieden + Kennedy in Portland. The campaign could be one of the brand's most inclusive yet, including Sister Madonna Buder (the "Iron Nun") and U.S. transgender athlete Chris Mosier. (Adweek)

In Pole Vault, a Near Miss for U.S. Means a Gold for Greece
U.S. women's pole vaulter (and first-time Olympian) Sandi Morris lost her chance at gold when she barely grazed the bar, costing her a vault that could have put her on top. (She technically tied with gold medalist Ekaterini Stefanidi of Greece for best height, so the final decision came down to who had the fewest misses overall.) But silver was still a huge win for Team USA, especially after reigning gold medalist Jenn Suhr was battered by a weeklong virus, effectively taking her out of the running. (Team USA)

U.S. Swimmer Gunnar Bentz Apologizes for Gas Station Incident, Says Video Footage Missing
Ryan Lochte alleged that he and fellow swimmers were robbed at gunpoint while in Rio. The story as it was told turned out to be untrue, but U.S. swimmer Gunnar Bentz apologized Friday for his role in the scandal. He also said missing surveillance footage from the incident would prove that the swimmers were held at gunpoint after their tussle with a security guard and told to leave money. (USA Today)

NBC's Olympics Ratings Rebounded a Bit Thursday Night 
Thursday was an inspiring night in Rio—Team USA's Ashton Eaton won the gold in the men's decathlon and Usain Bolt earned a third gold medal in a row in the 200 meters. 21.7 million viewers tuned in Thursday, slightly up from Wednesday night, but still one of the lowest-rated nights of the Olympics so far. (Adweek)

Triumph, Cuteness and Controversy Make the Olympics a Messy Mix on Social Media
Media technology player 4C reviewed the highlights and lowlights of Thursday's Olympic games. The buzziest moments on Facebook and Twitter came from a handful of moments, including Usain Bolt winning the 200-meter gold 572,746 engagements (likes, comments and retweets) and Alistair and Jonny Brownlee taking the gold and silver in the triathlon. (Adweek)

Huffington Post and Samsung Are Spotlighting Rio's Untold Stories With 360° Video
The Huffington Posts virtual reality studio, RYOT, has partnered with Samsung to tell stories at the Olympics using Samsung's new Gear 360 camera. Those stories are about Brazilian culture and life in the city. (Adweek)


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Lyft pauses Carpool service

Lyft van OSL Well, that was fast. Less than five months ago, Lyft launched a Carpool feature for people commuting outside of San Francisco city limits. The idea was that people would pick up passengers on their way to work and make anywhere from $ 4 to $ 10 per ride. The service, which was only available in the San Francisco Bay Area, has since shut down because not enough drivers were interested in… Read More


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Activision’s Snapchat Zombie Belts Out Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and Drops the Mic

Activision's lens are taking over Snapchat.

Activision and 72andSunny have found a fun way to capitalize on Snapchat's zombie filter.

Today, the team rolled out a sponsored lens campaign in the U.S. that morphs selfies into zombie faces with "zombie karaoke" sweatbands that sing along (with subtitles) to the classic '80s hit "Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Once people record a video of themselves singing the song, they can share it. On Friday, the lens goes live internationally, marking the first time a gaming company has purchased an international lens.

The campaign promotes Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which comes out on Nov. 4 and entails battling "the undead in a space-themed amusement park full of deadly zombies as one of four classic '80s archetypes: the jock, the nerd, the valley girl or the rapper."

Last month, Adweek reported brands were buying into Snapchat's bespoke filters that overlay graphics and videos on selfies, selling 14 one-day national ad placements in five weeks. At the same time, Snapchat has started letting brands buy more than one lens at a time. On Wednesday, Disney purchased a sponsored lens for its animated film Kubo and the Two Strings, making it the largest takeover by a brand since 20th Century Fox bought out all the app's lenses back in May to promote the X-Men: Apocalypse movie.

Activision's campaign also includes a Snapchat filter showing zombies creeping into the frame that it will roll out gradually, state-by-state across the U.S.

It's not the first time Activision has had some fun with Snapchat. To launch Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 last year, the brand tweaked Black Ops 2's software to insert Snapcodes into the game that promoted the new version of the game.

Credits
Activision
CEO Activision Publishing – Eric Hirshberg
EVP, Chief Marketing Officer – Tim Ellis
SVP, Consumer Marketing – Todd Harvey
Vice President, Global Media – Caroline McNiel
Senior Director, Global Media – Simone Deocares-Lengyel
Director, Consumer Marketing – David Blaser

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Chief Creative Officer: Glenn Cole
Group Creative Director: Matthew Curry
Creative Director: Tim Wolfe
Creative Director: Rob Teague 
Lead Designer: Jon Hall
Designer: Lauren Albee
Writer: Matt Meszaros
Group Brand Director: Rhea Curry
Brand Director: Simon Hall
Senior Brand Manager: Brett Schneider
Brand Coordinator: Will Nader
Senior Art Producer: Mel Harris
Chief Strategy Officer: Matt Jarvis
Group Strategy Director: Sophie Ozoux
Strategy Director: Daniel Teng
Strategist: Jake Watt


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