Global launch of the VidEntice creates excitement among IM review professionals, as exclusive bonus package released by IM Expert HQuentino. Twitter Is Launching In-Stream Video Ads.
Milwaukee, United States – June 11, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
The recently launched VidEntice platform is creating buzz in web marketing review circles due to its claim of helping marketers create ‘call-to-actions’ on their videos to increase engagement.
Hanif Quentino, creator of e-MarketingChamps, has created a full review and unique bonus for the VidEntice tool, which can be seen on his webpage:
Hanif regards himself as a legitimate VidEntice review critic, because of his extensive experience with Video and Social Media marketing. According to Hanif Vid Entice users should pay attention to Twitter’s latest advertising update.
Advertisers are looking to capitalize on the growth mobile videos. More and more people are turning to their mobile devices to stream videos. Wi-fi is available almost everywhere and people are choosing to watch videos while they wait in the doctor’s office or fly to their vacation destination. Twitter is providing their advertisers the opportunity to exploit our mobile fixation. The company recently debuted in-stream video. Advertisers can use this application to reach their target audiences. Twitter is known for its high member engagement which means ads will be seen by those who are most likely to shop online.
Even before this roll-out, Twitter was posting strong numbers in their video impressions. In the last quarter of 2016, Twitter’s video impressions grow significantly. This indicates that consumers are using Twitter to tune in and learn the latest on news and events. They also mentioned research which indicated Twitter video ads were effective in reaching a marketer’s desired audience. Twitter also stated that customers who saw their video ad campaigns were 50 percent more likely to know the advertiser’s brand. These customers were also 14 percent more likely to view the brand favorably and 18 percent more likely to make a purchase.
Twitter’s publishing partner, Amplify will run these in-stream ads across both live streams and video clips. Amplify’s partners include top television networks, major sports networks, magazines and news outlets. The ads can be run mid-roll or pre-roll and advertisers can match their ads to the content of the videos. Twitter also offers sponsorships of Amplify content and Promoted Videos as video ad options. These new video ads should be successful because the average Twitter visitor is already in a discovery mindset. They are usually responsive, more attentive and will be more likely to trust the video content. This could make Twitter’s new in-video ads very effective.
The entire VidEntice bonus published by Hanif Quentino can be see on this website: