We talked to prolific content creator and time-lapse photographer Matthew Vandeputte (known online as @MatJoez) as part of our brand guide to social video who shared his insights and creative process, on how to create and produce content more efficiently.
Welcome to the Social Signals No 16, your fortnightly feed of insights and what’s hot from the world of Social Media, Video and Content Marketing. This week we find out what Facebook's new VR & AR platforms mean for marketers and talk exclusively to content creator Matt Willis from Yelldesign about how to use short form video content more effectively.
As part of Evolve’s forthcoming Social Video Guide For Brands we caught up with short form content creator Matt Willis from Melbourne’s Yell Design who had some great advice for brands wanting to use short form video content on social media more effectively.
Welcome to the Social Signals No 15 your weekly feed of insights and what’s hot from the world of Social Media, Video and Content Marketing. This week we explore why Stories is being heralded as the new social newsfeed and we look at the new storytelling principles you need to know as we transition from the age of information to what Facebook’s Megan Summers calls” ‘The age of experiences”.
Welcome to the Social Signals No 14 your weekly feed of insights and what’s hot from the world of Social Media, Video and Content Marketing.
This week we examine the latest trends in visual content marketing and examine some of the key insights from this year’s Social Media Week in New York with a focus on social video and the changing face of TV.
One of the big buzzwords of the last decade has been "Mobile First" - Apps like Instagram (quickly bought by Facebook for $1b) didn't even launch a website.
Facebook have now moved beyond thinking about mobile first to concentrating on being "Video First". Which is not surprising given their 800% annual video growth rate, growing from 1 billion to 8 billion views from 2015 to 2016.