Archive for the ‘partnership’ Category
ATTN:, one of the most impactful video publishers around, works with brands and companies to create engaging, custom content across a variety of media platforms. We talk to its Head of Brand Partnerships about the company’s branded content strategy and how it’s helped ATTN: rank as the #1 publisher on Facebook in terms of 30-day average views.
Many brands understand the immense power Influencer marketing can have on reaching the right audience. But how do you find the right Influencer to help endorse or promote your product on YouTube, Facebook Video, Vine, or Instagram Video? Tubular Creator Profiles are now open to the public, and they can help you find the right creator to collaborate with.
Like teaching Zumba, or designing Android Apps, the role of a YouTube Community or Channel Manager has only really existed for the past few years. But nowadays, a skilled and experienced Community Manager is worth their weight in gold to an MCN, a brand or a digital agency. We take a look at this exciting role and what it takes to succeed in the industry.
YouTube Influencers are a powerful marketing asset for many brands. These independent creators attract huge amounts of views, engagement, and loyalty from their fans, often way ahead of what many brands can hope to achieve. So, how can brands identify Influencers who can help endorse their products?
Adobe and Nielsen have just announced they are collaborating to track and measure digital assets including online video, and online TV. But the new system can only measure online video in terms of reach, and size of audience, when engagement should be the metric that publishers and advertisers need to track.
YouTube is vitally important for brand marketing, and visibility, and a YouTube celebrity endorsement can buy credibility and loyalty from a lucrative and engaged audience. But with new opportunities for 'fan funding' on YouTube, will those Influencers remain happy to work with brands if it means a compromise in creativity?
Yahoo is rumored to be interested in purchasing NDN to expand its burgeoning online video initiative. That would give them a massive library of content and some expanded ad inventory, but if they are going to try and compete with Google and YouTube they are missing a couple vital pieces to that puzzle. What are those pieces you ask? Find out within!