Category: Video strategy

How To Create Killer Videos For Facebook

July 16, 2016

Videos for facebook.

Ultimate Summer Playlist For Creative Thinking

July 9, 2016

Top 10 summer songs.

CLICKON Launches New Content Piece On How Alcohol Affects Golf Skills

July 9, 2016

Inspired by a University of Chicago professor’s study on stressed out athletes, CLICKON’s creative team put an experiment together that tested the effect of alcohol on people’s golf skills.

Our Authenticity Policy And How We’re Challenging Advertising Practices

July 4, 2016

Authenticity is at the heart of everything we do at CLICKON. For those that have followed our journey since the beginning when we were a fledgling company of just three employees, we have done our best to be transparent with both our success stories as well as our failures.

Facebook Changes Newsfeed Algorithm  

June 30, 2016

Facebook changes newsfeed algorithm.

The Awkward Truth About Facebook Fan Bases

June 27, 2016

Before spending advertising dollars on a web property, the first place you probably go to is their Facebook page to verify if they’re truly legit when it comes to social reach.

Samsung Have Taught Everyone A Lesson In Consumer-Centric Marketing

June 21, 2016

Attention, marketing managers, it’s time to look at one brand who has trumped everybody else in 2016 for their advertising efforts. If you want inspiration on how to create a consumer-centric marketing strategy, look no further than Samsung Electronics.

What the hell is ’native’ content?

June 20, 2016

CLICKON defines native advertising.

Content Trends

June 6, 2016

Gen y doesn’t have time to sit in for long haul entertainment day to day. We’re happy about this trend because it gives us the excuse to work on short, sweet and low budget projects between our longer more intense projects.

5 Times When The Advertising World Reached Out To Muhammed Ali

June 4, 2016

To celebrate the amazing life of Muhammad Ali, who passed away at the age of 74 this week, we look at 5 of the greatest ads he was featured in. Brands were obsessed by his career that involved strong political positions such as opposing the Vietnam War, and a cockiness that was unrivalled by any of his rivals.