Twitter and Video: A New Marketing Romance

Twitter and Video: A New Marketing Romance

Further than 140 characters! Twitter has just released a new video feature. Together, with the great results of a new survey, they reveal that (as some social media experts already noticed) the microblogging site is steadily turning to video content, mining the supremacy of traditional text-and-image tweets and making things easier for video ads and explainer video marketing.

The Twitter Developers’ site has released several video facts from last year and that’s how we know that tweeters’share about 50 video tweets per second. More recently, things just got a bit more awesome for video marketing;one of their recent surveys revealed that today, video content generates better engagement and views on Twitterthan ever before and that’s nothing but great news for online businesses who want to expand their social reach!

This entire tweet-buzz comes with a great announcement; there’s a new Twitter feature called Promoted Video that aims for online brands who want to upload and distribute their content through the social network in video form. The feature (which is actually a branch from the Twitter Amplify rich-media program) offers you the ability to embed a video player (similar to Twitter cards) which replace average video tweets on your timeline.

Yum Yum Videos explainer video production company Twitter Promoted videos

The new service also allows you to measure your posted videos’ performance with a cost-per-view system, which means that you only have to pay for users who actually watch your videos. This way, online companies won’t have to keep their fingers crossed for people to share their video ads and animated explainer videos anymore. From now on, they can easily promote their video content on Twitter and then easily check the results.

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