Social videos are videos that are explicitly made for sharing. Social video can refer to a wide range of content, from an individual’s live stream to multimillion-dollar Superbowl ad. Develop, measure, and iterate on your social video strategy to stay ahead of a changing industry. Have a social-first mindset when creating your video content and incorporate automation tools to optimize resources. Don’t strive for one-size-fits-all content for use across every platform. Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitch all have their unique selling points and requirements.
In the run-up to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, beIN SPORTS was keen to offer its audiences ithe kind of thrilling experience fans have come to expect by providing near-instant access to live clips for each and every key moment in all the games. Read more to find out how they were able to do that.
Broadcast professionals struggle to meet the enormous demand for repurposing live video content across social networks. Social video automation is the answer. We discuss three different use cases where major broadcasters have employed our automated tools to rise to the challenge.
See Wildmoka’s take on video monetization, including an overview of methods, challenges and technology.
Social video is growing dramatically and represents a huge opportunity. Learn about the benefits, challenges and strategies you need.
The future of video content marketing presents new challenges for broadcasters and businesses. In this post Wildmoka explores how changing viewing habits and video consumption patterns are altering the landscape for broadcasters and brands. Video is the future, be part of it.