Super Bowl ads cost up to $5 million for 30 seconds of air time. The Film Theory turns into to the Digital Marketing Theory to argue that those ads don’t work. So companies are better off spending their money on a spot where their ad can be on primetime all the time: YouTube.
Meet Shula Von Hollow. Shula is the “Stanley Kubrick of cat videos” – directing her furry “catctors” for the World Wide W for the last 15 years. She’s also the only person we know of who can make a cat do anything.
Attention YouTube creators! As much as we love many of the videos you post, the trend of putting lengthy self-promoting fluff at the end of clips has kind of gotten out of hand. Take some advice from JacksFilms, and keep it brief.
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