Video Marketing Ireland Fridays -'s pick of the week March 9th 2012
Written by Christophe Bernigaud   
Friday, 09 March 2012 09:35 best videos of the week.


Is it sad when a competitor starts slagging advertising a competitor? Is Google Mail pushing it too far in terms of email privacy?

Gmail Man



Kevin Alloca, YouTube trends manager or a 'professional YouTube video watcher' as he describes himself, explains why a video goes viral or not:

  1. tatse makers
  2. communities participation
  3. unexpectedness

Kevin Allocca: Why videos go viral



We all enjoy Google Doodle regular creation, check the team behind them!

Doodle 4 Google 2012: Behind the Scenes with the Doodle Team



Social media has invaded our everyday lives. Your local pub or butcher will ask you to 'Like' them on FaceBook. Here is Deeplocal's development with the 'Like Belt'. The next move for location-based marketing?

Deeplocal's 'LIKE' Belt



Last video of the week is an animation by the NASA of the world temperature data between 1880 and 2011. Scary you say?

NASA | Temperature Data: 1880-2011



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