Very often we’re asked what the best place is to host a video ad – Vimeo or YouTube? Which one is better for marketing? Which is more professional? While YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine, Vimeo is focused on smaller audiences , the creative aspect of video creation and hosting, plus some users prefer their clean design […]Read more "Vimeo VS YouTube"
Our development team have been working on some updates over the last month: You now have the option to upload your own video clips directly to the Viddyad video editor. See how easy it is below Uploading your own videos and images and using them in your video ad is free of charge, why not mix them […]Read more "You can now upload your own video clips to the Viddyad editor"
Back in June 2013, Instagram launched their 15 second video featureand it immediately took off. Within 24 hours of its launch, 5 million videos were uploaded. As of July 2014, photos are still the dominant content format on the network. Currently the average photo receives an average of 37 interactions per 1,000 followers, while videos are […]Read more "An Overview of Instagram Ads"
It’s the biggest sporting event of the year both online and offline. Millions of football fans will be both watching the games and joining in the social conversation. Here’s what to expect over the next few weeks! Twitter Overload Twitter will be a center point for everything World Cup related- we’ll be sharing some match […]Read more "World Cup 2014 Marketing – What to Expect"
With the World Cup only days away, video marketing has been the main focus for the biggest brands out there. Nike, Samsung and Castrol are battling it out for the top shared video of the summer and Coco-Cola have launched their biggest video marketing campaign ever. Unruly Media just published the below infographic showing the ‘World Cup […]Read more "Video Marketing at the World Cup"