Video remains one of the most popular mediums for content consumption in the world, but like all technologies, video tech is undergoing constant forms of evolution. Users can’t seem to get enough of it, with YouTube reporting a 100 percent increase in mobile video views every year, so what does the future hold for this technology with practically unlimited potential reach?
As evidenced by these online marketing rock stars, the most successful companies tend to be the ones who adopt the latest technology trends before their competitors, so you need to be proactive if you want to stay ahead of the curve.
Regardless of whether you’re trying to plan for your company’s next video marketing campaign, or if you’re just a consumer who wants to watch their favorite TV shows and YouTube channels more easily, you need to be ready for what’s next in video tech.
Video Tech Upgrades to Come
These are some of the most important ways video will evolve in the near future:
How to Plan for the Future
It’s hard to build a marketing strategy around a technology that hasn’t been released to the public, but there’s no harm in thinking ahead. Start planning video content that could take advantage of these new technologies, but are also feasible with modern equipment and apps. Trends build fast, so the more proactively you can think and plan, the better.
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