Future of video content

#Future of #video #content: “You need to create stuff that’s not only visually stimulating but also intellectually stimulating, where the viewer is learning something, laughing, or being enlightened.” It’s about passion, niches, and personal premium.

Published by Google, so pretty focused on YouTube (duh…) Nice read

Ethics and data

Why combining data with ethics and human common sense is so important

Agency management

Clients are to blame on agency behavior and transparancy

interview with CMO RBS on Digiday

Insights for Strategy

Use insights to define your brand strategy and identity. What we can learn from Jamie Oliver

in same category, what we can learn from Levi’s in the 80s.

Samsung YT strategy

“78% of viewers saying they wanted to see more episodes of the “/make” series” 

“17% of consumers who watched the episodes said they were more likely to buy a Samsung as their next smartphone, while Apple owners were 15% more likely to purchase a Samsung next.”

How @Samsung Electronics uses YouTube to reach out to customers. 

https://www.mobilemarketer.com/news/exclusive-samsungs-make-series-on-youtube-wins-over-gen-z/553122/

3 content buckets YT

“95% of last year’s beauty content on YouTube fell into three buckets”

Read and learn from the beauty brands

https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/advertising-channels/video/beauty-videos-on-youtube/?utm_source=promo&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2019-04-29-twg-us&utm_content=cta&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWVRJeU9EVXlNV1k1TXpVdyIsInQiOiJIR2RrbGJLUGJOOW5tOGllUDE2MnlSYk5KZE0zU05oY3M5Q3drbmVQT2RlOTFoTENuTUl0OHhEV1ZvaWJRMWZVMm0rQ2MwdzE5VXFjd3ZcL21XNEdvUEZqYmhUd29pbHA2bjFpWThwaFRsd0o1eTRqTVwvVDJcL1F5U04rNXJSMUJmWCJ9

Content First Approach

“We are currently in a period of #transition towards a new paradigm of #communication. Brands like Mercedes and Net-a-Porter have fully embraced the #content-first approach,…”

https://www.thedrum.com/opinion/2019/05/10/what-consumer-demand-great-content-means-brands

“Whether brands choose to in-house or to out-source, partially or completely depends on culture and their attitude to innovation. However, both approaches respond to the power that consumers must curate their own media, editorial and commercial communication – and filter out anything that doesn’t satisfy their desire for great content. Quality will out.”