The 2014 Reel Summit starts tomorrow and we've created a hashtag - #ReelSummit – so that all the inspiring content creators, brands, marketers, and video producers who are converging on San Francisco can share what they’re seeing, hearing, learning, and thinking with their clients, customers, colleagues, and communities across social media.
When YouTube introduced the new commenting system in November 2013, it was an attempt to tackle a number of issues, one of which included making users accountable for their comments by forcing them to use their real names. After an avalanche of bad feeling from the YouTube community, Google has now reversed the decision.
If your career or livelihood is directly affected by the success or failure of digital video initiatives, then you need join the rest of the inspiring brands, marketers and industry thought-leaders as they converge in San Francisco, to provide you with the cutting-edge knowledge and advanced training you need.
The World Cup was arguably the biggest marketing event of all time. But which brands triumphed? What kind of content attracted the most shares? Were there any themes? And what were the sharing patterns? We take a look at some of the social video lessons that every marketer can learn from the tournament.
Think about the last time you watched a video online or tried to. What prompted it? Was it just a distraction: a guilty pleasure in your Facebook feed? Or something you sought out but either couldn’t find, had to sign up for, or took too much effort? For all our advances, the typical online video experience is still somewhat random. So how do we improve it?