B2B Video Marketing Grows Up, Getting Briefer and Garnering More Attention

The standards for B2B video marketing are rising as marketers get the hang of the hottest, no longer so new medium. Marketers are learning to keep things short and sweet, decreasing the average video length from six to four minutes from 2017 to 2018, and audiences are tuning in longer, Vidyard reports in its annual video in business report.

B2B Marketers Turn to Shorter Videos Across Many Channels to Engage Millennial Buyers

Video marketing platform Vidyard analyzed more than 250,000 videos published by business-to-business marketing teams and found that smaller businesses are publishing just as much video content as larger firms, while the average length of videos is getting shorter.

Street Fight Daily: Buyers Lag on Mobile Programmatic, The Turn to Video Goes Multichannel

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… When It Comes to Mobile Programmatic, Buyers Are Behind… B2B Marketers Turn to Shorter Videos Across Many Channels to Engage Millennial Buyers… A Year After Amazon Devoured Whole Foods, Rivals Pursue Countermoves…