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sukanto Kuri
Jun 26, 2022
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Vidyard, a business-to-business (B2B) video platform headquartered Photo Retouching in Kitchener, Ontario, has released the latest Video in Business Benchmark Report. The new report reveals that the average length of B2B video is relatively short while viewers watch B2B video a little longer. Vidyard analyzes these latest B2B videos created by the organization to support marketing, sales, and customer experience programs by analyzing first-party data from over 324,000 videos published over a 12-month period. Clarified the trend. We also found that both large companies with more than 5,000 employees and small businesses with less than 200 employees publish Photo Retouching B2B videos at above average rates. In addition, high-tech, professional services, Photo Retouching media, entertainment and communications organizations are the most prolific creators of B2B video. The 2019 report also found that the number of companies using a combination of internal and external video production resources to respond to changing expectations of B2B buyers has also increased significantly. In addition, the number of companies using intermediate or advanced video analytics has increased significantly year-over-year. advertisement Continue reading below Key points from the 2019 Video in Business Benchmark Report The average B2B video length tends to be shorter year-on-year. The average length in 2017 was 6:07. The length of 2018 was 4:07, 33% shorter than the Photo Retouching previous year. Business viewers are watching longer In 2017, 46% of viewers watched the end of B2B video in every viewing session. In 2018, this increased slightly to 52% of viewers. Also, if the B2B video is shorter than 60 seconds, 68% of the viewers will watch it to the end. Mid-week is the most popular time to watch B2B video, and Thursday is the most watched overall. Regardless of the day of the week, it Photo Retouching usually displays a peak between 12:00 pm EST and 2:00 pm EST (9 am -11 am Pacific EST). Desktop display remains dominant in B2B video While 87% of B2B video views still occur on desktops, mobile views were 13% this year, up slightly from 11% last year. Small businesses are making more B2B videos Companies with 31-200 employees released an average of 510 new videos in 2018. This is second only to large companies with more than 5,000 employees.
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