Recently an article questioned how social media could get more people to tune in to TV shows. That’s understandable, as prime time viewers are falling fast. Almost as many people watched the singing marriage proposal on YouTube than watched the season finale of Glee. But trying to drive people from social media back to TV seems like swimming upstream. If more people are engaging in a TV show genre online than via primetime broadcast, why not move the TV show
Facebook recently has made some pretty notable changes. Besides going public and their stock suffering from it. They have introduced many new features for brands and businesses as well. ‘Free Ad Templates’ and making certain ads (video) available to all advertisers, just to name a few. A more noted feature on our previous post about ‘Promoted Posts…‘ for brands with 500 or more followers, remains one of the more dramatic additions to increasing a brand’s reach and appearance
This is our latest post in a series on how to create a viral video. Please pay attention.
The formula is simple.
1. Take one celebrity (in this case Hilary Clinton), who has SEO weight. That means people are already searching for her.
2. Add nudity. People search for other naked people on the Internet.
3. Result = lots of searches for Hilary Clinton+nudity = viral video.
And here’s the video that’s been grabbing all of the eyeballs on YouTube.
It all started in June when someone turned on some sort of “I want TV” machine. So we got going. First with Middleburg Bank with two new fox commercials, Then Melwood which will break in a week, then Washington Gas, and Steal My ID. Plus one that is being wrapped up now for another client. All in three months. Pheeww! We have all gained weight from those red licorice stick things at the craft service table, and from stress eating.…
In the beginning, when social media was young, it was important to get followers and fans. Remember Ashton Kutcher’s race to get to 1 million followers on Twitter…? The idea was that you would acquire as many fans and followers as you could, you’d tweet messages out to them, post to your Facebook page, and your fans and followers would somehow interact with you. They might “like” your Facebook post, maybe post a comment to your wall, or re-tweet