Videos! Videos are everywhere. From social media posts and YouTube clips to pumping gas at the nearest service station, everywhere we look, we are bombarded by a constant stream of videos. But unlike other marketing fads, the popularity of videos is going nowhere but up. Countless companies have jumped on board and subsequently capitalized on [...]
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