Stats show that 83% marketers stated they are using video. As they become more adept at marketing video with every passing month we’ve asked industry people what are the drastic changes and what are the similarities that they can imagine for a video marketer in 2016?
Being a girl in a tough world, in a constant rush, it’s hard. To stay in shape all the time, to look your best, and still have the time to do your daily routines. Nowadays beauty websites are the ones that we rely on to help most of us with providing the best beauty tips 24/7. Which got me thinking on what is the state of video in the online beauty industry. The amount of information available to all the Fashion/Makeup/HairStyle fans out there is astonishing. In the past couple of years, interactive features have become an essential part on websites […]
Another day, another new feature release for Brid! We want to introduce you to our new Brid.Tv update – Brid’s playlist widget. This is a new type of widget which takes in a user created playlist and displays them in a different manner. The widget is made to be responsive so it is mobile friendly and also has a different, more touch friendly user interface when rendered on mobile.
The end of the year is a great time to wrap up what you have done so far, check what’s being working for you in a year behind you and prepare your digital marketing strategy for a year ahead of you. As blueprint for your 2016 digital marketing strategy takes shape I thought about presenting you with what’s currently in focus of most marketers and spread out some predictions for the year 2016. Take the time over the holiday season to do the research and plan where your focus should be in next year and focus is, believe me, what […]
Thanksgiving is coming and you have narrowcasted your audience with video, followed and applied best video marketing practices and worked thoroughly on your video SEO so what’s left!? Well, by now you should be aware that appropriate skinning of your video player can have a great effect on branding of your product. 80% of BridTv users say customized video player ensures branding and engagement! We’ve tackled the subject of engagement via quality video content and the simple fact that engaged viewers are more likely to share the videos on their social channels – read it here. Now, imagine if you […]
Holiday season is upon us and no matter if you are looking to increase sales, traffic, social media followers, gain more exposure to your brand or raise your ad views you really should seize the moment. Holiday season has already rolled out and retailers can expect spikes just like every year. Most industry research defines the holiday season as from November 1st to December 31st.
The online video domination grows Only a decade ago, after tailoring their video content, video creators were facing with just one problem – adjusting it to TV screens. Now it’s all about digital. The internet is quickly becoming a synonym for effective video marketing as it helps companies across the world to target their audience and proves to be a faster and more economical medium for promoting products and growing businesses. Around 40% of the world population has an internet connection. AOL’s sixth annual State of the Video Industry report shows spending on US digital video ads grew by 42% […]
We’ve talked extensively about the benefits of making a unique skin for your video player. Just last week it was mentioned as one of the perks on why should you use independent online video platform besides YouTube and FacaBook video. So, it really doesn’t come as a surprise that 80% of Brid.Tv users say customized player ensures branding follows their content wherever it is distributed! No better time to dress up your player than for the following holidays. So, why not start today with Halloween?
Chrome Pauses Flash On October 1st, Chrome paused Flash-based advertising or peripheral content. That practically means all video consumers now have to manually click on video players smaller than 400×300 pixels to enable playback. Google Chrome is a very popular web browser, stats show around 50% of internet consumers are using this browser. Regardless of its popularity, users have not been fully satisfied with its effect on their notebook’s power consumption, and they blame mainly Flash content for that. This is why Google has come up with a solution for Chrome to automatically pause ‘nonessential’ Flash content.