#Fuel also produces long-form content for brands
Even Twitter wants in on the six-second ad craze and it’s creating a new arm of its brand-strategy services to produce those short spots as well as help advertisers make content geared specifically for the platform.
Twitter’s new service is called #Fuel and is made up of brand strategists who work in “an agile, rapid-response hub that responds quickly to creative briefs.” Over the past few months, Twitter has tested #Fuel with 100 campaigns for brands like Converse and Macy’s.
According to a blog post written by Stacy Minero, director of brand strategy at Twitter, #Fuel works on strategy, content and editing. The team also talks advertisers through Twitter’s ad products like video, chatbots and auto-response campaigns that serve unique pieces of creative to users.
Video in particular is a big emphasis and Twitter’s team coaches advertisers on how to create clips specifically for social instead of repurposing TV creative. For Converse, Twitter helped create a long-form series hosted by celebrities Miley Cyrus and Maisie Williams. Twitter cut down each episode into 30-second clips to promote the full version of the show.
— Converse (@Converse) September 19, 2017
— Converse (@Converse) August 31, 2017
And with Macy’s and Carat, Twitter edited down the retailer’s fall fashion campaign into six-second clips, which you can see below.
This article first appeared in www.adweek.com
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