LinkedIn has finally followed the lead of Facebook, Twitter, and Facebook by officially rolling out video ads after they have been in beta since 2017.
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Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, is offering free ad credits to brands that have previously run ads on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.
Facebook will rank videos in the News Feed based on ‘completion rates’ to ensure users are served the most relevant videos.
Livestream now supports simultaneous live streaming for YouTube, Periscope, Twitch and other video streaming destinations through their new platform.
Snapchat is offering advertisers "sequenced messaging", a new ad package for video ads that appear in the app's Discover section.
Following the launch of auto-play videos in 2013, Facebook introduces automatic subtitles to help brand Pages make the most of silent-until-clicked videos.
YouTube has announced new plans to release YouTube Red, it’s paid-for video subscription service, to UK and European audiences in 2017.
Facebook has officially rolled out Live 360, a new video viewing experience.