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Videos are both the jack and master of almost all trades. Researches state that video ads have the potential to engage a huge number of audiences, convey a complete narration with the intended message, appeal to a wide range of human senses over any other kind of media. As the quality, quantity and types of content increase online, 2020 is found to have 81% of businesses use video marketing as a prominent marketing tool than...

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Advertisers can now make use of the social media platform Reddit to promote their brands effectively. The platform was calculated to have 542 million monthly visitors till March 2019 out of which 234 million unique users were found. Reddit provides its users and advertisers to run ad videos in the expanded card view format included in the Reddit’s redesign.  Reddit introduced autoplay video ads to advertisers which can be purchased on a cost-per-view basis. The...

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LinkedIn launched the Native video feature on its mobile app in 2017, following which Marketers unlocked opportunities untouched in the market. Previously video marketing involved uploading content on platforms like YouTube and Vimeo whose links are shared on required social media sites.  Engagements on native videos are comparatively higher than YouTube link sharing. There are more benefits in posting a LinkedIn native video when compared & studied from all perspectives. “Branding requires personalized plans in...

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