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  • Top-Viewed Videos Channel Xmas Spirit  in Video Insider on 12/17/2014

    The holidays are finally here! It's a time to gather with family and friends, to share traditions, and to enjoy all that the season has to offer. But before we take a break to start the celebrating, let's recap those brands that best embodied the holiday spirit this season. The top 10 campaigns of the 2014 holiday season, as of Dec. 16, are:

  • Samsung, Wieden+Kennedy Portland Reach Most Viewers With Branded Video This Year in Video Insider on 12/10/2014

    It's no secret that viewership of branded video is on an upswing. Average viewership of the top 10 branded video campaigns increased from 69.4 million views in 2013 to 83.4 million views in 2014. Two creators of popular viral ads had banner years in 2014, with Samsung emerging as the most viral brand of the year for the third year running, and Wieden+Kennedy Portland emerging as the agency with the most viewed video of 2014 thanks to its work for Nike.

  • Wren's 'First Kiss' Overtakes World Cup Campaigns As Most Viewed Campaign of 2014 in Video Insider on 12/03/2014

    Wren, a small fashion brand, surprised the industry by producing the most-viewed campaign of 2014, overshadowing World Cup campaigns from Nike and Samsung.

  • The Top Brands And Agencies Driving Branded Video, Q3 2014 in Video Insider on 11/17/2014

    Q3 2014 was a watershed moment for branded video, as audiences watched it 2.9 billion times during this timeframe largely because of World Cup mania and the influx of new smartphone ads. But branded video also reached its apex last quarter because of the unparalleled creativity we are seeing from forward-thinking brands and agencies that want more immersive ways to share their stories with consumers.

  • Branded Video Hits Its Stride In Q3 2014 in Video Insider on 11/06/2014

    Audiences chose to watch branded video more than 2.9 billion times in Q3 2014, due primarily to the continued global interest in World Cup campaigns and growing levels of activity from smartphone brands in September. According to Visible Measures analysis, views increased 3% over Q2, when World Cup mania was at its peak. This means that viewership of branded video was at the highest rate it has ever been to date in Q3 2014.

  • Where Are All The Big Halloween Video Campaigns? in Video Insider on 10/30/2014

    Brands love to create online video campaigns for big events. They produce a plethora of content for the Super Bowl, the World Cup, the winter holidays, April Fools' Day, and Mother's Day. And yet, few brands produce online video content for Halloween, despite a Harris Poll finding that Halloween is the third favorite holiday among Americans, after Christmas and Thanksgiving.

  • How Video Content Marketing, Social Media Are Affecting Upcoming Elections in Video Insider on 10/21/2014

    Political candidate only get to test out new technology and advertising every two years, making each midterm and presidential election a banner year for some medium or another. In the 2008 presidential campaign, the use of social media as part of a campaign strategy was cutting-edge. By the time the 2010 midterms rolled along, it was well established that candidates needed a social presence. By 2012, the use of social media was old-hat. The presidential election that year was the banner year for political video.

  • Cats Vs. Dogs: Who Do Brands, Audiences, Love More? in Video Insider on 10/02/2014

    Cats versus dogs: It's a long-held rivalry. While dogs, for the most part, by sheer size can take cats in real life, and many people prefer dogs to cats, given the feline tendency to be a little icy, it's a cat's world online. Things are different for branded video, though.

  • Rethinking Viral Video  in Video Insider on 09/25/2014

    For many years, brands have gone to great lengths to ensure that their videos "go viral." They try to create funny, endearing or heart-wrenching ads that are compelling enough for people to share across their social channels. Some take it a step further by creating ads that are somewhat controversial to spark more conversations across Facebook and Twitter. While we always applaud great creative efforts, we believe these brands need to resthink their overall approach to video. The key to creating a successful video strategy in 2014 and beyond isn't just about going viral; it's about understanding what motivates consumers to watch and share branded videos.

  • Volkswagen's Latest Video Ushers In Future of Branded Content in Video Insider on 09/18/2014

    There's something new and fresh about "The Way-Too-Helpful Neighbor," a video from Volkswagen, Target, and Funny or Die promoting the new 2015 Golf automobile. The video opens on a guy who has just been surprised by a call from his girlfriend. Her parents will be at his place in just two hours, and his place is a mess. Fortunately, he has a pushy and very nosy neighbor in the form of Rob Huebel (a familiar face who starred in "The Descendants"), who takes the boyfriend on an unconventional shopping spree in his new Golf. Huebel drives the car through the aisles of Target, highlighting the car's handling as well as Target's Room Essential decor and storage line in one coherent story.

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