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Burst Insights: Social Video View - Issue #18

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Today we introduced the Olympics sector for paid customers of the discovery platform. This includes i
 

Mike's Industry View

August 8 · Issue #18 · View online
Creating connections between consumers & commerce michael.litman@mediamonks.com

Today we introduced the Olympics sector for paid customers of the discovery platform. This includes individual sub sectors for official event accounts, athletes, partners, sponsors, suppliers and teams. Within these you can for example see which countries, athletes and brands are getting the most engagement on their #Rio2016 content in social video and tag relevant content for further context, benchmarking and future reference. To request access just send an email to olympics@burstinsights.com. 

Burst Insight
Here’s how Under Armour is looking to outpace its rivals with social video
What These Three Brands Can Teach You About Female Empowerment And Social Video Engagement In Advertising
All Things Social Video
Even as Mobile Gobbles Up Web Traffic, 80% of Companies Don't Have a Long-Term Strategy
Amazon set to double down on video spend and triple its original content as it climbs the ranks in streaming space
All Things Twitter
Twitter creates more than 200 emojis for the Rio Olympics
Twitter and Buzzfeed fashion an audience with Suicide Squad red carpet premiere live-stream
All Things Instagram
Instagram, The $50 Billion Grand Slam Driving Facebook's Future: The Forbes Cover Story
Instagram's new stories are a near-perfect copy of Snapchat stories
All Things Snapchat
Snapchat's 7 Brand Partners for the Summer Olympics
Snapchat Influencers Start Labeling Social Endorsements as Paid Ads
The Audacity of Copying Well – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
All Things Olympics
Google Is Sending More Than a Dozen YouTube Stars to Rio to Livestream the Olympics
Here Are the Many, Many Ways Your Business Can Get in Trouble for Tweeting the Olympics
Samsung moves beyond the rational for Rio Olympics campaign
All Things Marketing/Advertising
Insider’s Nicholas Carlson on how to get 1.5 billion video views in a month
Facebook Is Testing Mid-Roll Video Ads in Facebook Live
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