O que fazemos

Algum do nosso trabalho

98%

98% da faixa etária entre 18 – 34 anos, dizem utilizar usar os seus smartphones par ver contéudo vídeo.    

65%

65% dos utilizadores que assitim a vídeos no Facebook fazem-no através do seu smartphone.

72%

72% dos vídeos do youtube são assistidos em smartphones

Youtube

O YouTube para dispositivos móveis isoladamente, chega a mais pessoas das faixas etárias dos 18 aos 34 anos e dos 18 aos 49 anos do que qualquer canal de televisão por cabo nos EUA.

20
Anos de experiência
1000
Mais de mil vídeos produzidos
99%
Clientes satisfeitos
55K
Mais de 55 mil likes de audiência no Facebook

O nosso laboratório

Examinamos cada caso

Cada empresa é um caso. Analisamos todos os objectivos para podermos aplicar a melhor receita.

Receita

Os nossos profissionais aplicam as acções certas para a sua empresa.

Um comprimido

Só necessita de um único comprimido. Sem efeitos secundários.

Automedicação

A Automedicação pode ter consequências graves! Deixe pra quem sabe.

Documentário – “Rip 2 My Youth”

                                                        

Rip 2 My Youth conta a história real de Isaac dos Santos, um jovem de 20 anos, que passou pelo processo de transição de género. Desde muito novo que Isaac percebeu que não se identificava com o sexo feminino, tendo decidido mudar a sua vida e o seu corpo quando tinha apenas 18 anos. Em “Rip 2 My Youth é relatado todo o processo de transformação de Isaac num percurso duro mas gratificante, marcado pelo seu forte carisma e determinação.

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Net Neutrality Hits a Nerve, Eliciting Intense Reactions

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, which has proposed repealing landmark regulations meant to ensure an open internet. Credit Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Photo by: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

WASHINGTON — It usually doesn’t take much to get people on the internet worked up. To get them really worked up, make the topic internet regulation.

In the week since the Federal Communications Commission released a plan to scrap existing rules for internet delivery, more than 200,000 phone calls, organized through online campaigns, have been placed to Congress in protest. An additional 500,000 comments have been left on the agency’s website. On social media sites like Twitter and Reddit, the issue has been a leading topic of discussion.

Revolution in Spanish football with Amazon and Facebook to bid for TV rights

According to El Confidencial, Amazon, the American multinational that sells goods online, and Facebook, the social network, are interested in entering the next round of bidding.

“We will listen to everyone,” the president of the LFP, Javier Tebas, has said in hope of landing a contract worth 2.3 billion euros, 700 million more than the previous deal. La Liga’s plan is land 1.3 billion for the rights in Spain and 1 billion for the international rights.

Amazon and Facebook will surely have the econmoic power to leave the other bidders behind if they wish. To give two example, Movistar and Vodafone have already set they will not get involved with any inflationary spiral because to make the investment profitable, they would have to triple the price to customers.

7 Video Marketing Trends for 2017

Check out the following video statistics reported by Insivia:

One-third of all online activity is spent watching video
The average user is exposed to 32.3 videos in a month
75% of online video viewers have interacted with an online video ad this month
75% of executives watch work related videos on business websites at least once a week
36% of online consumers trust video ads
Clearly, video is a stronghold that will likely thrive and grow for some time yet.

Video Must Be Sold The Way Buyers Want To Buy It

The demand for digital video is immense, and continuing to gain momentum. Where TV was once the sole source for video content, consumers now have a plethora of options to consume video. And where consumers go, advertisers have followed.

According to the Interactive Advertising Bureau, the surge in spending on digital video has tripled in the past three years. Additionally, marketers and agencies have expressed their intention to expand spend on digital video in the years to come.

Despite such robust demand, the supply of video impressions continues to struggle to meet it. Publishers face challenges both in creating premium video content, and in transacting these impressions.

How to Create Social Media Videos on a Budget

Do you want to add video to your social media content mix?

Looking for ways to keep production costs low?

Creating a video doesn’t have to cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in high-end production tactics like live actors or 3-D renderings.

In this article you’ll discover how to create and promote social media video on a budget.

The 20 Best New Social Media Tools to Try in 2017 (And How to Use Them)

The social media world is a fascinating one.

Every so often, a new social media platform emerges to capture our attention (Peach) or become part of our daily lives (Snapchat).

The social media tools landscape can be just as fascinating — and robust!

Every week, people build and launch new social media tools, empowering us marketers in our day-to-day work. To give you a sense of how amazing the landscape is, here’s a graphic of some of the social media tools available: social media management, listening, analyzing, content creation and more. And here’s the even crazier part: The graphic (from Buddy Media) is four years old. Imagine how jam-packed it’d be today!

With all these tools to choose from, how can you stay on top of the latest and greatest?

As part of our State of Social Media 2016 campaign, we’ve scoured Product Hunt for the latest trending social media tools and created a list of 21 products for marketers and teams to try in 2017.

Keep reading to see the full list, or click over to the Product Hunt collection with all of 2017’s best social media tools.

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