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BizReport | Mobile Marketing August 25, 2011

Chatting apps and video options changing the face of mobile

One of the most rapidly changing areas of online marketing is the mobile space. Consumers are switching from smartphones to tablets, consuming more content and looking for better ways to shop and obtain branded information; that is pushing brands to... >>

BizReport | Research September 15, 2010

Brightcove: Facebook, Twitter pushing more video traffic

Don't forget the social realm for online video. Whether video ads from a brand or video content published on another content site, placing a teaser clip or a link with a catchy headline on a social network. Why? Because according... >>

BizReport | Research June 10, 2010

Study: Marketers can lengthen video ads

The theory that video ads must be 15 seconds or less may be flawed. According to a recent TubeMogul study, longer ads are more engaging for consumers, at least for stand-alone ads. Stand-alone video ads are usually a complete branded... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content December 14, 2009

Consumers won't wait for video

If your video streams are buffering often or for long periods of time, you could be losing out. According to a recent TubeMogul study consumers will not wait for online video that takes a while to load, to run or... >>

BizReport | Advertising February 13, 2009

TubeMogul: direct navigation drives video views

Here's an interesting tidbit: it turns out video search engines aren't leading many consumers to online video clips. According to a report from TubeMogul the majority of online video views are driven by social networks or through direct navigation.... >>

BizReport | Advertising November 29, 2008

TubeMogul: Online video viewers have short attention spans

For advertisers to be sure their online video advertising has been seen by viewers, it appears the ads need to be shown within the first 30 to 60 seconds of the start of the presentation. For online video producers, keeping... >>

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