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Ok, I realise we’re a bit late this one (around a month late if we’re honest) but hey, we’ve been busy, so don’t judge!
As I’m sure you’re all aware, the Super Bowl 2013 took place at the beginning of February and as usual, it attracted more than its fair share of creative, funny and downright crazy adverts from some of the world’s most well-known companies.
It’s been eight years (as of February 14th) since the creators of YouTube officially founded the site and if you’re anything like us, you probably can’t remember what the world was like without it (and nor would you want to).
We absolutely adore YouTube, so to show our love for the site this Valentine’s Day (coincidentally also the date it was founded), we’ve created a beautiful infographic documenting the journey of the site over the past eight years. Embed code at the bottom.
YouTube is the biggest, most well-known and most widely used video sharing site in the world but by no means is it the only one you should care about. It won’t take much ‘googling’ to find that there are literally hundreds of video sharing sites like YouTube (Vimeo, Yahoo Video, Veoh etc) but the thing is, uploading your video to this huge list of sites is not only going to be time-consuming, but also pretty pointless.
Choosing the right video production company for the job is never an easy task. You might have come up with the greatest idea that’s ever been conceived in the history of the world but if you choose the wrong company for the production process, your video won’t end-up how you wanted it.
That’s right; Professor Stephen Hawking (i.e. the world famous physicist, author and cosmologist) has become the latest ‘celebrity’ to star in a TV ad. But the question is, what’s he selling?
Having recently knocked Justin Bieber from the number one spot (thank god!), Gangnam Style is now the most viewed online video in the history of the internet. If you haven’t seen any of the parody videos, we think you’re missing out, so here’s a round-up of some of the best.
We know what you’re thinking and no, it isn’t the latest made-up headline to be featured in ‘The News of the World’ but rather the latest semi made-up headline to be featured on our blog.
Around a week ago, a guy named Richard Neill posted a comment on BodyForm’s Facebook page where he humorously expressed his feelings about the brand’s marketing campaigns and how he felt they were not only misleading, but based on straight ‘lies’.