Digital

29 June 2015 Leveraging Facebook’s Video Delivery

FB-f-Logo__blue_114Facebook’s push to become a top tier video platform has been a hot topic as of late. Beginning with several tweaks to their algorithms to push video higher up your news feed, Facebook has implemented a number of changes to the way video is delivered on their platform. Introduction of their attention-grabbing auto-play feature has led to more complete views, and users can now make video playlists. Now, video reaches 35% of audiences versus only 14% for photos and 4% for text-only posts.

These changes have been incredibly effective. As of April of this year, Facebook eclipsed 4 billion video views per day, matching that of YouTube. It’s an incredible stat, and even more so when you consider that number is quadruple what they averaged a year ago. Clearly, a premium has been placed on the ability to publish great video content.

The Tombras Group has been ahead of the curve on these changes, and has gone all-in on video to take full advantage of this opportunity for our clients.

  • With four in-house video editing suites fully staffed, we deliver high-quality, high-value video content for our clients quickly and efficiently.
  • Our creative teams focus on developing campaigns that consumers want to share
  • The Tombras social media staff strategically tailors campaigns for each social media platform

Below are a couple examples of highly effective Facebook video campaigns.

This brand-centric video for Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee has been viewed over 6 million times… or 177 times the number of people in FBITN’s fan base.

This veteran-honoring video for the Southeast’s #1 independent grocer really resonated with our multi-state fan base. It’s racked up over 5 million views to date on Facebook and generated thousands of letters, emails and phone calls.

The Tombras Group is a 230-person, full-service advertising agency with a digital mindset. In the brand-building business since 1946, the family-owned agency serves national and global clients. In 2015, Tombras was recognized as Ad Age Small Agency of the Year, and in 2016 it was ranked by Palma Consulting as Independent Agency of the Year. Tombras connects data and creativity for business results. Offices are located in Washington, D.C.; Louisville, Kentucky; Nashville with headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee. More information: www.tombras.com.