MarketScale Wins Three Silver Telly Awards

Posted by Lauren Farrell on June 1

MarketScale, a leading B2B media company, announced they have won three Silver Telly Awards.  Their Made In America Original Series was named a winner in the Online:Documentary Series category and The MGM Cotai Spectacle Experience won for both Branded Content: Editing and Branded Content: Business-to-Business in the 41st Annual Telly Awards.

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Topics: Video, Video Marketing, Media, Video Production, B2B Media

MarketScale’s ‘Made in America’ Earns Platinum AVA Digital Award

Posted by Taylor Raglin on February 6

Made in America - A MarketScale Original Series, provides an intimate look at companies across the United States manufacturing at home, integrating with their local communities and changing the shape of the American economy. We are proud to be named a Platinum Award Winner for the series, by the AVA Digital Awards.

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Topics: Video, B2B Marketing, Video Marketing, Original Series, Video Production

The Present & Future of Content

Posted by Lauren Farrell on June 13

Marketing used to be simple, or so it seemed. Write a blog. Post a blog. Wait for Google to index the blog. And suddenly your company, your products, and you – were discovered. Anyone could do it, and everyone did. But then everything changed. And whether you know it or not, it's a marketer's dream.

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Topics: Thought Leadership, Social Selling, Content Creation, B2B Content Strategy, Video Marketing, Publications, Podcasts

Sony's Rise & Canon's Demise

Posted by Geoff Short on May 21
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About eight years ago, Canon started to dominate the video market with its 5D MKII camera lineup. Being able to capture high quality 1080p video and beautiful photos in one body was a huge selling point to filmmakers. Canon sat on this throne for many years, with little innovation or change to their DSLR lineup.
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Topics: Video, Marketing, Video Marketing, Sony, Canon, Here's What I Know

The Impact of Storytelling in Video

Posted by Geoff Short on May 21

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In this podcast, we dive into the importance of storytelling and how it can really help to make a lasting impact on your customers.

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Topics: Video, Video Marketing, Marketing, Personal Branding, Media, Here's What I Know

How Twitch is Changing Gaming

Posted by Geoff Short on April 17
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Video games have always revolved around competition. From the one-on-one battles of Pong in the early 1970s until now, these virtual worlds have captured people’s attention through struggles and rivalries.
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Topics: Video, Content Marketing, Content Creation, Video Marketing, Live Stream, Influencer Marketing, Gaming, Here's What I Know

How YouTube Creators Can Stand Out

Posted by Geoff Short on April 16

In this modern era of disruption, there are not many services that have altered the landscape of culture and business like YouTube has. What started as a home video host has become one of the biggest companies in the United States and has forever changed the way people receive information.

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Topics: Marketing Technology, Brand Strategy, Video Marketing, YouTube, Here's What I Know

Five Marketing Trends to Watch in 2019

Posted by Kevin McInerny on January 28

It seems with each passing year that the rate of change in business is accelerating. This is especially true when it comes to marketing products and services. In this rapidly evolving world, it can be difficult to make predictions, but here are five marketing trends to keep an eye on in 2019.

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Topics: Thought Leadership, B2B Industry News, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Marketing and Sales, Content Marketing Statistics, B2B Content Strategy, Marketing Across Verticals, Video Marketing

5 TIPS FOR CREATING IMPACTFUL VIDEO MARKETING CONTENT

Posted by Denis McInerny on August 29

What’s your favorite viral video or television commercial? Why is it so memorable? Chances are good it stays in your mind thanks to good storytelling, using the elements of strong emotion, surprise, or even fear to stop you right in your tracks and make you pay attention—then share it with your friends. Unfortunately, in the vast world of content marketing, creators sometimes forget to put the art of telling good stories front and center. Most commercials you see these days have interesting visuals and audio but lack a clear and distinct main idea. To produce effective video, you have to stay true to your central story. After that, everything else becomes secondary but still contributes to communicating one idea.

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Topics: Video Marketing

MARKETSCALE ORIGINAL SERIES: WELCOME TO THE SHOW

Posted by Zach Werblo on July 17

Nothing says summer in America like our National Pastime.

Terence Mann (played by James Earl Jones) may have said it best in the classic baseball movie Field of Dreams:

“The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It’s been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt, and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game, is a part of our past, Ray. It reminds us of all that once was good, and that could be again.” 

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Topics: Content Creation, Video Marketing, Original Series

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