When it comes to SMB marketing, much depends on the age of the marketer. Millennials are much more likely to use social platforms and online video, finds Magisto.
In its 2016 State of the Media Industry report, Ooyala finds that private programmatic marketplaces and native ads are taking off, but, unfortunately, so are ad blockers.
Create immersive spaces for viewers to inhabit, but don’t forget the brand support: Adobe’s VR tools let marketers know exactly where viewers are looking in virtual video.
Young adult cord-cutters see ads shown with original online video as “more interesting” or “fun,” making this a valuable way to reach a challenging demographic.
Marketers can now schedule and publish videos to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the desktop and mobile tool they already trust.
Advertisers know Google Preferred as the way to buy the cream of YouTube’s crop, placing ads on the top creator videos. Google Preferred now lets them buy spots on viral sensations, as well.
The short-form messaging social network is looking for a Hail Mary pass. When it begins streaming NFL games live this fall, it’s counting on advanced demographic targeting to attract advertisers.