To create a viral video these days, it seems all you can do is cross your fingers and hope for the best. Whilst there's not a guaranteed formula for creating a great piece of shareable video content, Tiff Maddox (Creative Lead at Rubber Republic) had some great tips for the crowd who watched her talk at Digital Gaggle. One of the tips involved remembering her A.R.S.E. (don't ask). If you'd like some advice for creating great shareable video, give this short video a watch - it's SUPER useful. We promise.
Video content is the hot topic right now and it's no surprise. With our short attention spans and 5 million* pieces of content being thrown in front of us everyday, video marketing is a great way to cut through the noise on social media. Thing is, once you've spent a hefty sum on producing video for your brand, how do you make the most of your footage and make sure it's being amplified on social? The answer is simple: you need to repurpose video content for social media.
Being the first speaker at the Digital Gaggle conference, I think it’s safe to say that most people would be bricking it. The conference hall is filled with weird purple lighting, Harlem Shake is blasting from the speakers, and there’s a massive crowd of over-excited social media experts poised and ready to destroy you in one finely crafted tweet.
Regardless, with her cool charisma, amusing personality, and brilliant digital insights, Tiffany Maddox – creative lead at Rubber Republic - did more than set the standard. So, for those of you who want to relive it, or for those who missed out (tut tut), here's a quick summary of Tiff’s talk, ‘5 Reasons Your Video Didn’t Go Viral’.