Category Archives: Video Strategy

Video Content Strategy: YouTube as an Essential Part of Your Marketing Arsenal

Kyra Goodman February 18, 2021 What is YouTube? If you don’t already know what YouTube is, then you’re a bit behind. But we’ll catch you up. YouTube is a free video sharing website that makes it easy to watch online videos. Users can watch, like, share, comment and upload their own videos to the social … Continue reading Video Content Strategy: YouTube as an Essential Part of Your Marketing Arsenal

Video Closes the Distance Between Brands and Their Audience

Megan Doherty June 25, 2020 Personal video conferencing and social media streaming app usage has risen following COVID-19. In the last week of March alone, downloads for the video conferencing app Houseparty grew 735x over previous numbers. Zoom’s user base grew to 200 million, a consumer-level status unprecedented for the primarily business-to-business service. Facebook and … Continue reading Video Closes the Distance Between Brands and Their Audience

7 Foundational Types of Video That Will Drive Revenue in 2020

Travis Chambers — January 31, 2020 Industries across the board are turning to predictive big data analysis to develop strategies, improve processes, and in turn, help drive sales for their company. When it comes to developing marketing campaigns, those initiatives have traditionally been driven by feeling and emotion. For 5 years, Chamber Media has spent … Continue reading 7 Foundational Types of Video That Will Drive Revenue in 2020

Brand Video Breakdown: How Oreo Uses Bursts of Short Social Videos To Keep Their Audience Engaged

Ana Gotter — January 7, 2020 The verdict is out: shorter video on social typically performs better. While there’s definitely a place for long-form content on social media, the standard rule of thumb is that shorter videos (a minute or under, if not thirty seconds or less) will be most impactful and achieve the highest … Continue reading Brand Video Breakdown: How Oreo Uses Bursts of Short Social Videos To Keep Their Audience Engaged