Video Marketing Mastery Podcast
How Chobani Used Video Ads To Generate 21.9 Million Views (Ep. 120)
Let’s face it. Running a video ad campaign can feel scary, especially if you’ve never done it before. You’re hoping to find that winning ad, but results aren’t guaranteed.
So, is there a smart way to approach it?
Well, there are a few lessons we can learn from the Greek yogurt brand, Chobani, who achieved viral success with their recent video ad — amassing 21.9 million views and 400,000 engagements.
Here’s what they did…
Instead of playing it slow and testing one ad at a time, they ran 12 different ad campaigns with 8 different partners.
This allowed them to collect exponentially more data in a shorter amount of time, and find the one ad that resonated most with their market, which happened to be a 90-second video showing you how to make different banana berry dishes with their yogurt.
The bottom line is this:
How Shorter Attention Spans Are Changing The Music Industry (And What Digital Marketers Can Learn) (Ep. 119)
In the mid-1980s, the average time that passed before you would hear the vocals on any radio song was 23 seconds.
Today, that number has dropped to just 5 seconds.
The music industry is adapting to our shorter attention span, which averages 1 second less than a goldfish.
They understand that attention is a scarce commodity, and you have to get to the goods quickly if you want people to hear your message.
The same goes for digital marketers who want to capture their audience’s attention and convert at faster rates.
My guest on today’s episode is Hubert Léveillé Gauvin, a doctoral student in music theory at The Ohio State University.
He analyzed the Billboard’s top 10 songs over the last 30 years and made some fascinating discoveries as they relate to attention span, and how marketers need to adjust to stay competitive.
How to Use Facebook Ads in Different Stages of the Buying Process, with Steve Hetrick (Ep. 118)
Looking to use Facebook Ads to generate more targeted leads for your business?
With over 1.71 billion monthly active users, it’s a utopia for virtually any business that wants more traffic.
But the Facebook gold rush has spread like wildfire, and our news feeds are saturated with more ads than ever before.
Marketing experts see the trends — people are becoming more immune to ads and costs are rising due to increased competition.
After all, no one wakes up and thinks, “I can’t wait to sign up for a free webinar on Facebook today!”
So how do you hack their attention and get them interested in what your business has to offer, without hemorrhaging your budget?
I’m bringing on Steve Hetrick, Director of Advertising at Wirebuzz, to shed light on this topic.
How Video Content Amplification & Paid Media Work Together, with Erik Solan (Ep. 117)
It’s one of the greatest challenges for any business:
Just how do you personalize the buyer’s journey to deliver the right content at the right time to get the result you want?
Consumers have higher expectations today than they did a few years ago. Spraying the same message to your entire audience not only lowers conversions, but it annoys your potential customers.
Today, I’m going to share actionable techniques to amplify the right piece of content to different segments of your audience using video and paid advertising.
My guest on the podcast is Erik Solan, Director of Amplified Content at Vertical Measures.
Erik’s an expert at designing full-funnel paid strategies so that businesses can increase their content footprint online, penetrate new audiences, and convert more traffic into leads and sales.
The Three Building Blocks of a Successful Video (Ep. 116)
Looking to create a super successful video?
These three building blocks will give you the guidance needed to create a high-performing video, the first time.
Maybe you’re creating an explainer video [interlink] that educates visitors on your product or service and sits at the top of your homepage. Or, perhaps you need a testimonial video to help move prospects closer to making a purchase by building trust and overcoming common objections.
In any case, you can follow these three steps systematically to ensure the highest ROI for your video.
Building Block #1: Strategy