• VIDYARD  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016
    [2007, User-Generated] A Shortish History of Online Video
    Animations like the infamous Badgers video arrived in 2003, and were widely shared privately before Flash-focused websites like Newgrounds opened up to user-generated content. On February 14th, 2005, Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim, three alumni of PayPal, launched YouTube as a place for people to share their online videos, and search for other people’s videos. YouTube found it. Connecting with users had gone from a television battleground to an online one.
  • SCRIBBLELIVE  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
    [2007, User-Generated] There’s More Demand for Premium Video Than Ever Before
    In January 2007, a man named Ron Davis uploaded a video to YouTube of his bulldog Tillman skateboarding around a Santa Monica park. It was a viral sensation, attracting tens of millions of views, and from then forward it was consistently cited by media pundits as a harbinger of things to come, an example of the kind of content future generations would consume ( Keyboard Cat was also an oft-cited product of this trend). Let’s be clear: user-generated video isn’t going away.
  • WEBBIQUITY  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2011
    [2007, User-Generated] Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1
    Sure, teenagers spend a lot of time on YouTube, but did you know that three-quarters of business executives watch work-related online videos weekly? Among the findings: “Three-quarters of all executives said they watched work-related videos on business websites at least once a week, and more than half did the same on YouTube.” Over 2 billion videos are viewed every day on YouTube. 48% of Twitter users say they rarely or never check Twitter.
  • WINDMILL NETWORKING  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
    [2007, User-Generated] How to Take Advantage of a Negative Review from an Authority
    I wish I was telling you how our 2007 reds, ones that Christie [the owner's wife] and I are really proud of, were praised by Mr. Parker. There is a tendency for some to immediately respond to negative reviews by creating a YouTube video or tweeting something out almost immediately after things happen. 9) Get Creative…and You Just Might Generate New Business! Why not get creative and try to actually use the negative review to try to generate some new business?
  • PAUL GILLIN  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010
    [2007, User-Generated] The Changing Rules of B2B Marketing
    Dell conceived of the community in 2007 as a way to enhance loyalty among its largest customers. Those sales are generated by the affinity that the staff has developed with these key corporate customers. Dell TechCenter and other initiatives like it are microcosms of the changes that are sweeping across corporate America as a consequence of the rapid growth of social media tools like blogs, communities and user-generated multimedia.
  • GROW - PRACTICAL MARKETING SOLUTIONS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010
    [2007, User-Generated] Meet the captain of the world’s first viral marketing success
    YouTube was brand new. Ultimately there were more than 7 million viewings of the first Mentos Geyser video and it took only five days to hit 1 million views of the sequel, “Experiment #214.&# From the standpoint of User Generated Content, there were more than 10,000 videos created and posted by people doing their own Mentos Geysers; the comic effect of the ones done indoors tended to offset any aesthetic shortcomings!
  • DELICIOUS B2BMARKETING  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009
    [2007, User-Generated] How NOT to pitch a blog | Online Marketing Blog
    Home About Resources Archives Subscribe Consulting Contact How NOT to pitch a blog 29 Comments | Posted by Lee Odden on Aug 29th, 2007 in Blog Marketing , Blogging , Online Marketing , Online PR In the past I’ve written about blogger relations offering tips on how marketers or PR professionals ought to present their story ideas to bloggers. Missed Opportunity Online Public Relations and Blogs Comments: Jason Falls says: August 29, 2007 at 7:54 am Great list.
  • BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008
    [2007, User-Generated] Web 2.0 and Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) " Learning Matters!
    April 13, 2007. I think because of this, we were kinda able to get right into it and riff because we each knew where each other stood and we got to take the conversation into the generative learning and co-creation stage very quickly. You then want to throw in some pictures (Hello Flickr/OFoto) and inevitibely want to find (or create) audio (Hello Odeo) and video (Hello Jumpcut, Eyespot and YouTube/Google Video) that further emphasize your point. April 2007. June 2007.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2008
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    He also was at the White House for President Bush in 2005 – 2007 as the director of internet and e-communications. Share on StumbleUpon Tags: Iowa Caucus , Marketing Edge , Maruggi , New Hampshire Primary , presidential candidates , presidential debate , YouTube This entry was posted on Saturday, January 5th, 2008 at 3:01 pm and is filed under brand management , corporate marketing , marketing , new media , social media.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Internet users will consume online video by 2011, up from 62 percent last year — that’s 114 million people who watched video online in 2006. Whether it’s purchasing video online from iTunes, consuming viral video from YouTube, or taking in the growing number of high-end video channels like Cigar Cinema , there are as many varieties of video technologies as there are videos on the ‘Net.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Share on StumbleUpon Tags: Utterz , YouTube This entry was posted on Thursday, November 29th, 2007 at 10:39 pm and is filed under blogs , business marketing , corporate marketing , marketing , new media , social media , technology , user-generated. Says: November 30th, 2007 at 8:18 am [.] Things You Shouldve Read This Week But Didnt Says: November 30th, 2007 at 3:46 pm [.]
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our RSS feed for our Marketing Edge podcast follow Albert Maruggi at [link] Marketing Edge » Blog Archive » Brightcove player changes force users to review use before Dec 17 The Marketing Edge blog and podcast The Marketing Edge, one of the longest running marketing and public relations podcasts. Umbria listens – and so should corporate marketers » Brightcove player changes force users to review use before Dec 17 Ah! after December 17, 2007.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    This podcast features two examples of the successful use of social media and user generated videos. To me Vsocial is a video platform that is on the opposite end of the spectrum from YouTube. It is structured for businesses to host a video generated campaign as a complete web-based platform or with developer APIs so agencies can create the custom experience for those engaged in their campaign.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our podcast « YouTube gives us voice: Now will we listen? Share on StumbleUpon Tags: viral This entry was posted on Monday, August 13th, 2007 at 5:35 pm and is filed under advertising , interactive marketing , marketing , video.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our RSS feed for our Marketing Edge podcast follow Albert Maruggi at [link] Marketing Edge » Blog Archive » YouTube gives us voice: Now will we listen? Subscribe to our podcast « Albert Maruggi shares new-media ideas with health care communicators at annual conference Viral Envy: Yeah, me too » YouTube gives us voice: Now will we listen? The YouTube era becomes mainstream.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  MONDAY, JULY 16, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our podcast « Multimedia search & viral video essentials YouTube gives us voice: Now will we listen? Photo from Flickr courtesy of happysnappr Share on StumbleUpon Tags: health care , Provident Partners news , speaking This entry was posted on Monday, July 16th, 2007 at 1:33 pm and is filed under new media , social media.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our podcast « GM Fastlane’s Bob Lutz: Keeping the faith on blogging Provident Partners increases its workforce by 50 percent » VSocial connects viral video and business objectives OK, YouTube is great for parties, vacation videos and has some utility for business, but is it the perfect platform for a company’s multimedia social engagement? You know, questions are the first form of user-generated content.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 18, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Here are links to the video services I mentioned in the podcast: Brightcove Feedroom YouTube We invite your comments. Share on StumbleUpon Tags: Business Smart Tools , Streaming Media This entry was posted on Friday, May 18th, 2007 at 3:24 pm and is filed under blogging , podcasting , public relations , video.
  • ANYTHING GOES MARKETING  |  TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Web 2. Slowww - Low Adapatation by Corporations
    I Plan to Increase my Lead Generation by 3 billion % in 30 days Marketers make many promises and not all of them are based on facts (I know, you're saying "really??"). Putting that same video on YouTube and other PUBLIC video sharing platforms is. Yes, there are horror stories out there regarding user generated content but as I've said in the past, if you're already in the public, people are talking about you. USA Today , YouTube , blog marketing.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    Subscribe to our podcast « Podcasting and other digital tactics at Deloitte It’s time for a social-media strategy: Ask Greg Verdino » Video growth in B2B and B2C: eMarketer tells how Video on the Internet is seen by 78 percent of male Web users and 66 percent of female Web users, according the research firm eMarketer. It’s not just about pre-roll advertising or viral funnies passed around on by the YouTube crowd.
  • MARKETING EDGE  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Marketing Edge
    In the letter and the YouTube video, there was no mention of what the passengers who were so inconvenienced were to receive. Second, the YouTube video featuring JetBlue’s CEO was a good use of that venue, but I think it could have been done better. Share on StumbleUpon Tags: NewComm Forum This entry was posted on Friday, February 23rd, 2007 at 10:16 pm and is filed under new media , public relations , social media.
  • ANYTHING GOES MARKETING  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2007
    [2007, User-Generated] Even Your Father is on YouTube
    I've been reading a few articles lately about how some user-generated content ad campaigns such as the one that Dove ran called Dove Cream Oil Body Wash Ad Contest "failed" as it wasn't well received by the YouTube community. YouTube vlogger oneparkave (AKA Shmuel Tennenhaus) mentioned that the ad only received a 1 star rating out of 3 million views and received some extremely negative comments on YouTube. How Can I get Started Using YouTube? youtube