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Autopilot Debuts Real-Time Collaborative Customer Journey Map

One of the keys to modern marketing is customer choices, and because of this, the customer journey map has become the central strategic and management document. It depicts the marketing exposures and decisions for a given kind of customer and is used to plot alternatives, responses and followup pitches. In order to assist teams work [...]

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18 Video Marketing Insights for Social Success

One thing that any and all brands and marketers should be doing, regardless of their size, budget, audience, industry, country or social network – it’s video marketing. It is predicted by Facebook’s Nicola Mendelsohn that their content will "probably" be "all video" by 2021.  Cisco has reported that 82 percent of all consumer internet traffic will be videos. Even now, [...]

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Reddit Surpasses 1 Billion Monthly Video Views

It's been a year since Reddit launched native video, and since thing, Reddit is reporting it is seeing more than a billion video views per month on average. The platform says it has experienced a 38 percent growth in native videos since the start of the year, with advertisers seeing higher conversion rates and more engagement with video [...]

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Publishers On Twitter Can Now Monetize Videos Viewed By Global Audiences

Twitter is now making it possible for publishers to monetize videos viewed by all followers, and no just in their home countries.  Before, publishers were only able to have in-stream ads inserted in videos that displayed to in their home-countries.   But with Twitter's latest update, it's possible to monetize a publisher's organic video content globally. [...]

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YouTube Rolls Out More Ad Extensions, Incremental Lift Measurement

Advertisers on YouTube will soon be getting new extensions options for their ads and enhanced brand lift measurement opportunities. Google keeps extending ad extensions to TrueView in-stream ads. It already offers location and form extensions for YouTube. Advertisers will have the ability to include actions like finding a movie time, downloading an app or booking a trip [...]

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Facebook Extends Video Ad Breaks To 21 More Countries

Facebook is expanding its Ad Breaks ad unit, which are 15 second in-stream video ads, to eligible publishers and creators in 21 more countries.  The ad unit was first launched in August in the US, the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia and gave publishers and creators a new way to monetize their content.  The latest rollout [...]

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YouTube Gives More Creators Option To Monetize Channels

The number of subscribers YouTube is requiring for access to Channel Memberships to 50,000, which is a reversal from the 100,000 threshold, which was set in June. Originally called Sponsorships, the YouTube Channel Memberships program will let creators offer $4.99-per-month subscriptions to their channels.  This lets paid subscribers have access to account badges, emojis, members-only posts [...]

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Ephemeral Video, and Other Hot Marketing Trends You Don’t Understand

Marketing is easily among the most important endeavors for your business, but it is likely one you understand the least. Marketing changes fast, and unless you are closely affiliated with a large and powerful marketing department or firm, you probably don’t have time to track the latest trends. However, if your marketing campaign is even [...]

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YouTube To End Director Onsite Services On October 31

On October 31, YouTube is retiring its Director onsite services and has even stopped accepting any new video ad production projects. The video creating service, which was launched in June 2015, was expanded to over 170 US cities in March of this year.  Through the Director onsite program, companies who spent at least $350 on YouTube via Google AdWords would have [...]

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