Gartner Research

Enterprise Video Must Be Short, Specific and Searchable to Suit Viewers' Tastes

Published: 30 October 2013

ID: G00257674

Analyst(s): Whit Andrews , Adam Preset

Summary

Reflecting the current trends in consumer video consumption, those responsible for creating and using video within organizations need to take a more thoughtful approach to video length and navigation paths when producing business-oriented content.

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  • Impacts

Analysis

Impacts and Recommendations

  • Video that business consumers encounter on the Web is shorter than it ever has been and getting shorter. Video managers, training managers, marketers and support managers must develop content structures that allow such videos to be effective.
    • Terminal Branching
    • Stalks With Attached Videos
    • Independence Of Video Elements

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