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14

2017

Aug

In-house versus outsourcing: the great content debate

The in-house versus outsourcing debate in content is like political parties duking it out over who has supremacy in a two-party system. One will gain the ascendancy for a time, and then the other. They both exist in a fierce equilibrium. If everything was outsourced [...]

20

2017

May

How to use Google’s Micro-moments to create travel content

By Simon Kearney, CEO Travel is a must-have experience in the 21st Century and destination videos are becoming increasingly important. Not just for tourism generally, but for all the associated businesses involved in tourism. Visa Solo Traveller series, is a [...]

19

2017

May

Co-founder Neal Moore Departs after nearly seven years

By Simon Kearney, CEO TODAY is a sad day as our co-founder Neal Moore finishes full time at Click2View. Neal has sold his 50 per cent share of the company to my friend, businessman, James Ient. Neal, was [...]

03

2017

May

Solo Traveller wins second award

By Tariq Hawari, Content Advisor Visa and Click2View’s Solo Traveller series won the bronze award at the Markies event for the Best Idea - Female Audience category. Click2View was up against some stiff competition from the likes of HP, Canon, Maybelline and Mastercard, and [...]

15

2017

Mar

What people are saying about us

By Simon Kearney, CEO (This is post is constantly being updated.) Part of our mission at Click2View is to work with great people. Whether they be on staff, freelance talent or clients. We work very hard to identify fantastic clients [...]

14

2017

Mar

The sixty-four thousand dollar question

By Simon Kearney, CEO   THE $64,000 question was the name of an American game show in the 1950s. It ran for four years until 1958. The phrase lasted much longer and it became a byword for an unanswerable question, like how much is a video?  

10

2017

Mar

If you think you knew everything, think again

By Neal Moore, Executive Content Director Buffer has released the definitive guide to the metric matrix of social video. Three seconds of attention is all you need for viewing success, but the true measure is holding eyeballs for just a further seven seconds. Does three seconds even count as [...]
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