Let’s talk video. Turns out Snapchatters are barely nibbling on videos. Less than three seconds per view. Maybe they’re the hardest working seconds in video or maybe not. Consumers are open to branded content—video for sure—but they’ll make like a Snapchatter and bounce if it’s not served to immediate satisfaction. So, what’s the trick? Innovative strategies, causes and humor that looks good, according to a recent Adweek survery, Like OK Go’s collaboration with Morton Salt. Check it out.
Snapchat video ads average less than 3 seconds a view. This year, Snapchat introduced ads that play a short video but prompt users to swipe up to view more.
Infographic: What consumers really want from your video content. As the digital landscape shifts toward video, more content companies are making major investments in the platform in an effort to woo advertisers.
OK Go’s latest video brand collaboration is changing the world with just a grain of salt. How can a three-minute-42-second-long video only last 4.2 seconds? Watch here.
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