On behalf of the entire BridTV team, we would like to thank you for an amazing 2016! We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, in the hope that you will spend this time surrounded by family, friends and loved ones and get a chance to enjoy and relax.
With new marketing channels emerging seemingly every day, it’s a hard for marketers to keep up, exploit them all and stay ahead of the curve. However, even with so many different opportunities, problems we all face are still the same. According to HubSpot’s report on state of the Inbound, generating traffic and leads and proving ROI still are the leading challenges marketers face today. As blueprint for your 2017 digital marketing strategy takes shape, and with Christmas just around the corner, it is time to wrap up this year with digital marketing trends you should be keeping an eye on, […]
Influencers. You can’t block ’em. You can’t ignore ’em. And they have legions of passionate fans they can activate. – Mark Schaefer I’ve always thought that influencer marketing can be described as the love child of social media and celebrity star dust exclusive to B2C businesses. To be honest, I thank The Kardashians for that notion – for making me believe it and for making it popular. During 2016, the term ‘influencer marketing’ has been around quit a lot on the B2B scene. A similar thing can be said for the term ‘content marketing’ a few years back, which is one of the […]
We’ve been busy last couple of weeks with the latest update to our video platform. As always, our goal is to provide our partners with a powerful video technology that can help them increase reach, leads and conversions to grow their revenue. We’re one step closer with this update.
Year in, year out every December gets overcrowded with ‘next year marketing trends’ articles. Yes, I too have joined the hype, after all BridTV is at the forefront of the tech rat race with access to both, new tech achievements and publisher trends. But, let’s change the approach to ‘trends in marketing’ topic this time by discuss what has happened in 2016 first and then, later on, predict 2017 trends. I’ve made a few spot-on predictions about ‘trends that will dominate in 2016’, here’s how things really panned out.
Facebook is, by far, the largest social network in existence today. With 1.79 billion active users, and counting, the social media titan now has more users than the entire population of China (1.40 billion). With such a huge user base, it’s easy to see why it’s a crucial part of any successful marketer’s strategy. But in this day and age, its standing as the number one social media platform also begs the question: How do you stand out from the rest of content vying for users’ limited time and attention?
Serving video ads within editorial content has quickly become one of the most used features BridTV has. When you what to reach out and engage to your audience in a meaningful non-intrusive way our innovative outstream unit servers the purpose. With our latest update outstream feature is now able to favor viewability over fill rate. If you find that your ad tags are having issues with viewability statistics, consider enabling this option. By default, all BridTV outstream units have this feature disabled.
Humans are hardwired for visual content. It affects people on two levels – cognitive and emotional level. It increases comprehension of information you receive, and by affecting our emotions and attitudes. What’s more, YouTube has over a billion users, which denotes almost one-third of all people on the Internet. Also, over 800 YouTube creators have more than one million subscribers. Such statistics are staggering. There are lots of examples of outstanding content. Alas, there are considerably more examples of poor content. So, the real question is: how do to push your own content into the ‘great’ category, rather than the tedious branded content? […]
Word just in. According to StatCounter Global Stats, mobile and tablet devices accounted for 51.3% of internet usage worldwide in October compared to 48.7% by desktop. To put it another way, mobile internet use has now surpassed the popularity of desktop worldwide.