Vine将会引发品牌的视频推广?

Twitter的视频分享应用Vine的上线似乎使移动视频向短小、社交的方向发展。据IAB报告,高达92%的手机视频观看者都会通过各种渠道与人分享,比如Facebook等社交网络、当面展示、短信、邮件、YouTube、Tweet等。IAB报告还显示,3-5分钟长的手机视频最受用户欢迎,高达50%的用户会观看;20%的用户会观看不超过2分钟的视频。随着Vine的流行,专家推测这对视频广告推广意义重大,可能会引发商家进行视频推广和营销的潮流。
【文章说明】互动广告协会(IAB)的研究显示,92%的人会分享手机视频。Twitter在2013年上线了Vine视频分享应用,商家是否会抓住机会宣传自己呢?请看eMarketer的评论
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Vine may affect brands’ video strategy
If Twitter-launched video app Vine is any indication, mobile video content seems to be moving in the direction of short and social. On January 24, Twitter announced Vine, an iPhone app that enables users to record videos of up to 6 seconds and then easily share them with their Twitter followers. The app reached No. 1 among free apps in the Apple social app store the day after its release.
Still, Vine is new to the market, and awareness remains low overall, according to an AYTM Market Research survey of US internet users conducted a few days after the app’s launch. Just under 2% of US internet users surveyed said they had signed up for a Vine account.
Another 3.5%, although not Vine users, said they had viewed Vine videos online, and 8% said they’d heard of the app. The overwhelming majority, 86.5%, said they were unaware of Vine.

Although Vine has not launched an advertiser solution, industry pundits speculate the service may release a promoted video product, along the lines of Twitter’s Promoted Trends.
Given the tight link with Twitter, Vine could help the social network become a top video-sharing site and have interesting mobile-social implications for video advertisers. Since nearly all mobile video viewers are mobile video sharers, Vine may be a good opportunity for brands looking to link up their paid, owned and earned strategies.

According to the IAB Mobile Marketing Center of Excellence, 92% of mobile video viewers had shared mobile phone videos with their friends and social networks, with tweeting accounting for 12% of shares. That figure could rise if Vine turns video into a more prominent part of the Twitter service.

It will also be interesting to see how advertisers approach Vine’s length limitation (6 seconds)—whether they use it to tease longer-form content, or they embrace the quick, snackable length.

The IAB also found that videos between 3 to 5 minutes long were the sweet spot for consumers. Half of mobile video viewers viewed content of that length, and 20% viewed video content on their phones that was less than 2 minutes in length.

Still marketers may not be ready to jump fully on board just yet. Vine has encountered some problems with adult content, which may make some brands leery to associate with the platform. While Vine works out those kinks—including adding a higher age rating to the app—it’s a good chance for marketers to evaluate their mobile video strategies, and to look at the newer video options on the market.
【文章来源】eMarketer
【文章链接】http://www.emarketer.com/Article/Will-Vine-Twitter-Make-Brands-Rethink-Video-Creation/1009658


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