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In this latest article we will showcase the top globally trending You Tube ads of the year. The top ad was the first to surpass 100 million views, which just goes to show that You Tube video ads are being watched by avid audiences. If you would a no obligation chat with Brickhouse, to see how we can develop your ideas into an engaging video ad, please contact us today on (+44) 07920131841. 1. At the first position is this emotional ad from Samsung. When it comes to relationships, distances don’t matter. We will take care of you, wherever you are… 2. Clash Royale: The Last Second (Official Read more
YouTube has made some huge changes to adverts appearing before user videos recently, with them going from 30 seconds, to 15 and now to the tiny amount of 6 seconds! Advertisers now have to become extra creative with the way they do things as 6 seconds isn’t quite long to create an epic story. While there isn’t a set formula for creating these memorable short story videos, people are finding a way to do it. These four tips are a perfect start for doing your own. Your story should be focused on a single purpose In the past, fitting a story, information about your product, taglines and branding into 30 Read more
It’s common knowledge that back in 1894 – 1929 silent movies were all the rage, this was because sound couldn’t be synchronised with videos. In these films, the dialogue was shown with their gestures, miming and title cards. More and more you’ll find many videos on Facebook are doing this too. This is because Facebook has the ability to show users videos without the sound, which has made many brands and videographers find ways to interact and captivate viewers without the need for sound. After all, if you’re at work, and go on Facebook for a few minutes, you don’t want everyone at work hearing the videos you’re watching. When Read more