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Video marketing in English

~ 100 buzzes
Using videos to promote a product or service to achieve objectives within a marketing strategy.
  1. ProducerLee Flynn

    Lee Flynn

    Converting YouTube Views to Cash
    Converting YouTube Views to CashYou must have heard stories of people becoming YouTube stars and make a huge fortune out of it. You may be wondering how they make it. As far as many people know, YouTube is just a platform for watching videos and not an online store such as Amazon...
  2. ProducerErik Gordon

    Erik Gordon

    What is Marketing Personalization?
    What is Marketing Personalization?If you see a cake store, you will know that it broadly sells cakes. When you go inside, you will see cakes of all types that are segmented into things like weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and others. If you specifically look at the birthday...
  3. ProducerNeco Turkienicz

    Neco Turkienicz

    Not using video for your business? Know why you’re missing the train!
    Not using video for your business? Know why you’re missing the train!More than 192 Million Americans watched online videos in September 2014 alone, according to Comscore. Similar numbers were recorded in previous months. People are watching videos online more than ever, and not only for fun, but for business...
  4. Aleta Curry

    Aleta Curry

    Hi everyone

    Not an expert in video marketing by any means, but I'm the Marketing Manager for my company (rather a fancy title for a housewife whose 'office' is a desk in the corner of the studio) and Video is the next step in my marketing plans. Hoping to learn and share!

    Edited to add: oh, dear! Just had my first beBee lesson: apparently one can't post without adding a link or an image? Hmm...don't know how this is going to work for me, since I'm so verbal. We'll see! :D
    Aleta Curry
  5. ProducerMark Adams

    Mark Adams

    Telling a Story in 6 Seconds
    Telling a Story in 6 SecondsVideo ad formats are evolving with changes in viewing habits and technology. YouTube has announced a new "bumper" ad format aimed at smartphone users who skew towards short-form video consumption. Bumpers are a six-second pre-roll ad unit, and are...


    Teresa Gezze
    11/05/2016 #6 Teresa Gezze
    I completely agree, @Mark Adams. This is only one of the many things that anyone in the communications and marketing fields should take into account if they - we - want to stay in touch with users' demands. Great points in this story.
    Henri Galvão
    03/05/2016 #5 Henri Galvão
    wonderful concept! it reminds me of what Brian Eno said when he was asked to do the Microsof Windows Startup Sound: "I thought this was so funny and an amazing thought to actually try to make a little piece of music. It's like making a tiny little jewel."

    I'm sure that the same thing will happen with this type of ad, and it'll inspire a whole new generation of creators
    Daniela Umpierrez
    03/05/2016 #4 Daniela Umpierrez
    Welcome to beBee @Mark Adams! Storytelling videos are the most important for engagement right now. I loved your article! Great buzz!!
    Sara Jacobovici
    03/05/2016 #3 Sara Jacobovici
    Thanks @Reena Saxena for bringing this buzz to my attention. @Mark Adams writes, "It might even be the start of a whole new way of storytelling." This is not a new way of storytelling, this is a redesigning and redefining of what storytelling is. I am not judging or technologically phobic. The fact is what's being told, how it's being told and how it's being received is the result of technology taking us to "where no one has gone before". If we stop using technology's devices as tools and allow them to become extensions of our physiology, we are not only seeing the start of a whole new way of storytelling but a new form of the storyteller.
    Javier beBee
    02/05/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Very interesting buzz. Welcome to beBee !