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A day in the life of… Jenny Quigley-Jones, CEO & Founder, Digital Voices

Jenny Quigley-Jones is CEO and Founder of Digital Voices, an agency that specialises in YouTube content campaigns. As an alumnus of Google and someone scaling a startup, Jenny is perfectly placed to give our readers some practical advice on video and leadership. Here’s a day in her life… Please describe your job: What do you […]

Instagram’s IGTV shows potential but is not yet a free lunch for brands

Last month, Instagram launched IGTV, a long-form, vertical video platform that is available in the Instagram app as well as a standalone IGTV app.

Before IGTV, videos on Instagram were limited to one minute in length. With IGTV, Instagram users can now create their own channels on which they publish videos of up to 60 minutes. In the future, Instagram plans to allow users to publish videos of unlimited length.

Eight tips for a killer YouTube strategy

The likes of Instagram and Snapchat have presented a new way for brands to experiment with video, yet with 5bn videos being watched on its platform on a daily basis – YouTube is still the reigning king of visual content.

Recently, YouTube has been in the headlines, but not for the most positive reasons. On the back of controversy over brand safety and influencer wrong-doings, brands might be reconsidering how to navigate this increasingly confusing channel.