Twitter is in search to increase its tax collecting sources by introducing video advertisements, after finding it useful that clips that are embedded in tweets are entirely practical and much attractive and engaging users.
This trial services will make the marketers pay each time when anybody will clicks to see a video on very famous microblogging site; the San Francisco company said in a blog post. Microblogging site started adding the videos through this year.
Chief Executive Officer Dick Costolo sees this step to make as much profit from Twitter’s 271 million users in the world. The action that is taken by twitter follows similar moves by Facebook to capture a significant part of digital-video ad market, which is estimated to make it large from 42 percent to $5.96 billion in the U.S., the report developed by eMarketer researcher.
“The project of video ads is going to be a big deal for Twitter,” said Gartner analyst Brian Blau. “Video advertisement was biggest lack in the Twitter product. Through this, all thing Facebook is very far ahead with video.”
Facebook had walked on the path of video ads much before and added high-quality video promotion that compete for advertisers’ television marketing budgets, and purchased LiveRail to help distribute video ads across web world.
Certain brands and high-profile users are well encouraged by Twitter to start posting more video neither they are not much promotional.
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