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  1. Oklahoma Uses YouTube TrueView Ads to Boost Tourism for a Song [Case Study]

    Kalkman and Dutton manage a multitude of marketing channels, from television to print to digital, but have looked for alternatives to traditional media like TV ads which tend to be more expensive to reach their target audience.

  2. 3 Keys to Activating an Audience with Smarter Content

    The holy grail of content marketing is to make the process as predictable, repeatable, and scalable as the 30-second television spot or the banner ad without giving up the organic authenticity that distinguishes good branded content from marketing...

  3. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Google TV Click: Control Television Google TV Click will let you control the actors and locations of any and every television show or movie you're watching, whether its "Star Wars" (blast Jar Jar Binks to a galaxy far, far away!

  4. Online Video Trends in 2011: From YouTube Mobile to Major Redesign

    Today there’s increasingly just video, and it’s available everywhere: on a phone, a tablet, a laptop or a television screen, in your office, on your couch, in a cab. And YouTube started referring to Promoted Videos as TrueView in-search and...

  5. Running Online Video Ads Alongside TV Doubles Brand Recall [Study]

    If you've got enough bucks for a television campaign, how should you think about incorporating YouTube into the mix? Our AdWords clients who use remarketing (ads that follows their website visitors around the web) benefit from the perception of...

  6. YouTube Does More Than Round Up the Usual Suspects With New Channels

    As Kyncl said in his post on the YouTube Blog, “Cable television expanded our viewing possibilities from just a handful of channels to hundreds, and brought us some of the most defining media experiences of the last few decades -- think MTV, ESPN...

  7. YouTube Case Study: Ceilume’s “Ask the Ceiling Tile Guy”

    Davis came of age watching the television shows (and commercials) of the early 1960s. Although the company used to run a lot of newspaper and magazine ads, Davis says, “At least 90 percent of our marketing budget currently goes towards online...