The recently launched — Extend Azon 2.0 Review is creating buzz in web marketing review circles due to its claim of allowing users to extend Amazon's 'cookie' to 90 days. The launch of Extend Azon 2.0 is well-timed to capitalize the findings of a new report showing that Facebook is featuring vertical videos.
Hanif Quentino, founder of eMarketing Champs, has released a complete review and premium bonus for the Extend Azon 2.0 plugin, which can be viewed on his site:
Hanif considers himself as a legitimate ExtendAzon review critic, mainly because of his extensive experience with Amazon marketing and user engagement methods. Hanif recommends that Extend Azon users take advantage of Facebook's video marketing platform.
About a year ago, Facebook announced it would start supporting vertical videos and now it is obvious that they are doing that in users' mobile news feeds. A spokesperson for Facebook said the company knows their users enjoy immersive experiences on the site. The spokesperson added that this was why they were displaying a larger portion of vertical videos in mobile news feeds. In the past, when vertical videos were displayed on news feeds, they were cropped into squares. Users had to click to see the vertically oriented version, but they no longer have to do this. In iOS users' feeds and Android users'' news feeds, videos will appear vertically, and this includes live broadcasts and ads.
Jason Stein, the CEO of Laundry Service and Cycle, said it is likely Facebook has tested out the format and data revealed that people would rather engage with vertical video. He said if this is the case, it's in line with a lot of other trends on mobile. This includes Instagram and what Snapchat pioneered. As for advertisers, it's good news for them. People are spending more time on the social networking site watching vertical videos and this may lead to more videos appearing in feeds. If vertical videos end up outperforming horizontal videos, in regards to engagement, then vertical videos may end up being indirectly favored. Also, when compared to Snapchat, Facebook isn't supporting vertical videos as much as the image messaging application.
The vertical videos will appear in a 2:3 aspect ratio, which means they won't take up users' whole screens. When a user wants to see the video in full-screen, they can click on the video and then click on the option that allows them to expand the video. They will also have to click the arrows that appear afterwards, and then the video will become full-screen.
Hanif Quentino's complete Extend Azon 2.0 bonus and review, can be viewed on the following site:
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