Yesterday's phenomenal Digital Media Conference kicked off with research briefs by analysts from Comscore, Parks Associates and CEA. Here was the panel title:
Research Presentations: Top Digital Media Trends
Shawn DuBravac, Chief Economist & Director of Research, CEA
Elise Neel, VP, comScore Marketing Solutions, Director, comScore
Heather Way, Research Analyst, Parks Associates
Two highlights include that Google Android growth continues to beat Apple's, and that 1mm smartphones being added per week.
Here is video of the panel, and the Twitter stream is below that:
The Potomac Tech Wire continues its panel series at the Ritz Carlton hotel in McLean with its "Interactive Advertising and Marketing Outlook" panel.
Anne Hunter, VP, Advertising Effectiveness Products, comScore
Ernie Mosteller, VP, Creative Director/Emerging Media for Brunner Digital
The Potomac Tech Wire continues its panel series at the Ritz Carlton hotel in McLean with its "Interactive Advertising and Marketing Outlook" panel. Speakers were: Anne Hunter, VP, Advertising Effectiveness Products, comScore Ernie Mosteller, VP, Creative Director/Emerging Media for Brunner Digital Rochelle Sanchirico, Senior Director of Acquisition Marketing, Washington Post Digital Mark Walsh, CEO and chairman, GeniusRocket Mike Zaneis, VP, Public Policy, Interactive Advertising Bureau Moderator - Paul Sherman, Editor, Potomac Tech Wire The event was sponsored by PointAbout
Sebastian's Note: Lee did a GiveGetWin deal a while back that was very popular, and people loved the advice on audience building. He graciously agreed to share more insights with us on making quality media, at my request.
How to Make Quality Media Online by Lee Schneider, creative director at Red Cup Agency and founder of Digital Fundraising School
If you want to be remembered a bit longer than today’s meme, your art will need to offer quality material and craft. In doing research on crowdfunding recently, I've noticed a lot of what stands out powerfully, and what does not.
Look at the videos made by Charity Water and you’ll see a consistently high level of quality, in conditions that are often pretty challenging for production. Dig a little deeper, and look into the work of Paul Pryor, who directs a lot of Charity Water’s videos. You’ll see passion, craft, and technical perfection in every one.
If your video has technical issues, like hard-to-see images or hard-to-hear audio, it’s going to make it hard for people to get with your program. After a couple of decades of documentary and film production experience, I can tell you that your viewers and listeners don’t understand why they dislike your material if the technical quality is poor. They will just say they didn’t like your video. They won’t know why.