The Best Branded Content of August 2015

by Joe Lazauskas
In August, the impossible happened: ROI went viral. The most compelling piece of content marketing this past month was a blank four-minute video that made a big point about content measurement: YouTube views might be meaningless. Solve, an independent ad agency, drove 100,000 views to a blank video through YouTube pre-roll ads.Read the full article

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  • How This Agency's Completely Blank 4-Minute YouTube Video Got 100,000 Views

    adweek.com - 27 readers, 1024 Tweets - Still obsessed with YouTube views as the key metric for knowing whether a video really connected with your audience? Not so fast, says ad agency Solve, which embarked on an experiment recently to see whether it could make literally the most uncreative video go viral.