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The future of video advertising

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Google, YouTube & the Future of Video Advertising
last week, it was very interesting to follow the responses from various players representing the traditional media establishment. While I won’t rehash them all here, suffice it to say everyone in Hollywood and New York media circles seemed to be stunned. And as everyone began to digest all the strategic implications of the deal, one common theme seemed to thread itself from one reaction to another… fear. It wasn’t so much the fear that Google’s pending acquisition of YouTube would give it 60% share of the online video market post-deal. No, what really seemed to worry the old guard (extending all the way to even Microsoft’s CEO, market research, surveys and trends
Google Talks About Android, Personalized Ads and New Hires ...
Google posted earnings of $1.84 billion in the second quarter, up 24% from this time last year but below Wall Street analysts’ estimates. Shares of the Internet search giant fell more than 3% in late trading just after the release of results. Associated Press A Google worker rides a brightly colored Google bike past artwork of an Android character, an Android phone and a doughnut at the company’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. The company’s revenue also rose 24% year over year. But the company also saw an increase in operating expenses, in part because it has increased hiring. Google’s stock is ... market research, surveys and trends


The future of video advertising: The lady or the tiger? | VentureBeat
Much has been said, hoped and wished for when it comes to video advertising. Its proponents argue that it has the potential to become a multi-billion industry. But its detractors claim that the combination of limited efficacy, a dearth of inventory, high costs of production, and low CPMs (cost per thousand views) are holding it back from becoming a viable form of advertising.      So who’s right? There’s convincing evidence on both sides. Supporters of video advertising usually point to Hulu  as a shining example of monetization done right, while opponents underscore Google’s persistent and unsuccessful efforts ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Where's the AdSense of Audio and Video?
By giving anyone and everyone the power to automatically attach advertisements to their web sites, Google AdSense has become ubiquitous over the last three years. What Google hasn’t done is syndicate contextual ads for user-generated rich media on such a large scale, leaving that opportunity up for grabs. Everyone knows that advertising on non-professional rich media is a big opportunity, but nobody’s making a bundle off it yet. But Google will surely be motivated by spending $1.6 billion on YouTube. Yahoo today (prior to announcing lower-than-expected sales for the quarter) announced two related investments: the purchase (for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Viral Video Lessons Round Up: Hip Weddings, Stop Motion Jeans, & Soccer ...
Round Up. This week we saw some truly exceptional viral stories, and I’m looking forward to discussing them and breaking down what helped them get so popular. Without further ado, let’s begin: Last year, around this time, we saw the JK Wedding Dance video sweep the nation.  It was one of the first things I ever wrote about here at ReelSEO .  Looking for a way to keep their ceremony unique and fun, the bride and groom had developed a choreographed dance-entry for the wedding party. A lot of couples aim to do something unique with their wedding, as they have been doing for years.  But this age of online video and social networks ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Google net neutrality stance gives Net's future to corporations
It could have been worse. Last week The New York Times ran a story that declared Google was working on some sort of secret agreement with Verizon to allow Google services (like YouTube) to flow faster over Verizon’s networks than other content would. If true, it not only would have meant that Google was reversing its long-held commitment to "network neutrality," it also would have meant that each of the major Internet service providers would have immediately cut separate deals with a variety of media companies, essentially auctioning off the "fast lanes" to their services. So we held our breath for five days, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A Digital Video Advertising Overview
with traditional buyers presents a powerful model for the future. The sellers of digital video advertising range from the largest portals and media ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Advertising-Supported Media and the Future of Traditional Journalism
Dec 1, 2009 ... Media and the Future of. Traditional Journalism. David S. Evans .... Video. ( YouTube and. Hulu). Continued Expansion of Ad Inventory on Web ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
In-store video ads a boon to retailers, a peril for traditional ...
Yunchuan "Frank" Liu, professor of business administration, says in-store marketing has surged in the last decade, fueled by on-the-spot commercials that have proven persuasive with shoppers and lower advertising rates that are popular with manufacturers. « Click photo to enlarge CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – Video advertising in stores is a moneymaker for retailers, but a growing threat to already cash-strapped print and broadcast media, according to a new study co-written by a University of Illinois business professor. Yunchuan “Frank” Liu says in-store marketing has surged in the last decade, fueled by on-the-spot commercials that ...
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Do you think video resumes are the future of job search ...
Thank you all for your responses. There are some interesting perspectives shared here (e.g. that this won't go beyond certain industries, that this initially could replace a face-to-face meeting). As a clarifying point, I am not suggesting that video resume will stand alone, nor do I believe they necessarily need to include a voice over or image of you talking through your credentials. I agree that some folks are camera shy, and this would not make a good first impression. I had a test group of recruiters/HR specialists provide input into my resume, with the end goal of achieving certain key objectives. I discuss those in ...
Off the shelf video advertising systems
I run a few video based sites and have always played around with video technologies. Recently I've noticed a few companies offering more services around video advertising, things like spotzer and spotmixer are particularly interesting to me, as they seem to be preparing for the the smaller advertiser to move into video. I was wondering if anyone here had any thoughts around the future of advertising through video, or any experience or stats on its' effectiveness. Thanks   8:55 pm on Dec 22, 2008 (utc 0) I can only speak for myself, but I've only tested publishing Google video ads, and the results were dismal. ...