Virool is a social video advertising platform that allows video creators to reach millions of viewers.
The Daily Dot is planning to begin testing Vertical Reveal, a new vertical video unit for advertisers and publishers from Virool, a video distribution platform, and Rubicon Project, an open advertising marketplace.
Virool, a programmatic video distribution company, is planning a vertical video ad unit called Vertical Reveal. Using a portion of the $12 million in venture capital it recently raised, the San Francisco-based firm is betting on a format that, as Virool CEO Alex Debelov and many others have noted, best matches up with how we hold our mobile devices day-to-day.
Virool, a video distribution platform for marketers, just announced a new round of strategic funding to further accelerate its presence in the global advertising market.
Video ad startup Virool has raised $12 million in Series A funding. The company works with publishers including Mashable, Adweek and The Onion. It offers what it calls an Inline video ad unit, which has already been served across more than 2,000 online properties and which creates new ad inventory by launching video ads in the middle of articles and other editorial content.
Alex oversees Virool's impact on the market by analyzing what the company is doing well - and identifying where to focus next. He also serves as a cultural cornerstone and mentor.
Virool, a programmatic video marketing platform, said on Wednesday that its DMP has the ability to reach more than 450 million unique profiles globally. It reached that milestone after conducting more than 75,000 video ad campaigns, according to a release.
Speaking at Media Playground 2015, Brian Danzis, global chief revenue officer at Virool, said that the entire advertising industry is making the same mistakes as the US made with its TV - by overloading audiences with far too many ads.
Take the the release today by video ad platform Virool of its eIQ platform, which it describes as “emotional intelligence in real time.” It may well be the first of many user-watching technologies, given the number of devices with cameras.
Virool, the world's leading video distribution platform for marketers, today announces overseas expansion into the European market with the hire of Andy Chandler who will head up commercial operations in the UK.
Virool, the self-service video advertising company with some 30,000 customers, is increasing its operations around the needs of large brand marketers and advertising agencies — meeting demand for views of branded video content, says Brian Danzis, Chief Revenue Officer of the San Francisco-based company.
Looking to boost the exposure of your brand videos on Facebook? A new one-of-a-kind service from Virool has been launched today that helps brands market your Facebook videos off of Facebook completely. The benefit to brands are the engagement and views to the Facebook specific content.
Virool, the fastest growing video distribution platform for marketers, today announced a new distribution product designed specifically for video marketing on the Facebook platform.
Virool, the fastest growing video distribution platform for marketers, was selected as a finalist in two categories for the Digiday Video Awards, a prestigious industry award that honors overall excellence and breakthrough achievement in video media, marketing and advertising.
Virool today is rolling out two free tools, dubbed ChannelWatch and VideoSpy, for digital video marketers that help them analyze how brands fare against one another. Since YouTube is a rather crowded space to track, the ability to use complimentary campaign performance features could be attractive to players trying to break into the video business as well as market researchers.
Programmatic video ad platform Virool on Thursday announced its launch in the UK at the IAB UK Digital Upfronts event. The company is opening an office in London.
Virool, the world's leading video distribution platform for marketers, announced the appointment of Brian Danzis to its executive team today. Danzis will be joining as the Chief Revenue Officer to further develop Virool's commercial strategy, operate it globally and drive adoption of the company's video platform. He brings more than 15 years of experience in building new digital media offerings and has a long track record of success in designing go-to-market strategies with an emphasis on execution and scale.
The independent authority on online marketing, topseos.com, has selected Virool the 2nd best video SEO consultant for October 2013.
Alex graduated from Babson College (#1 in Entrepreneurship by U.S. News and World Report) with a degree in Technology Entrepreneurship and Design. At Babson, he was recognized as the Most Outstanding Entrepreneurship Student, winner of John H. Muller Business Plan competition and was named Top 5 College Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur Magazine in 2010. While at Babson, Alexander co-founded The Kairos Society, today’s world largest student entrepreneurship organization. The organization has held conferences in Mexico, China, US and Netherlands and has been addressed by numerous world leaders such as Bill Clinton and Bill Gates, Sr. Alexander also co-founded Crelligence Media, an award winning social media marketing agency. He's spoken at numerous conferences around the world including: St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Global Technology Symposium, Innovation Convention in Moscow.
Vlad graduated with excellence from St.Petersburg SU, Russia with degrees in Software Engineering and Economics. By graduation he already had commercial software development experience in T-Mobile, Phillips and software sales experience with Microsoft Business Solutions. In 2004 he founded OBS Labs - web development company with focus on Open Source technologies. That company grew to over $1M in annual sales, having 20+ clients from US, Europe and Australia. Vlad held CTO roles for some of the key clients. In 2010 he founded Videolla.com, aiming to validate his ideas of digital video monetization. Later Videolla became backend technology for Virool.
Brian brings over 10 years of experience in the video advertising marketplace to the Virool team. Most notably, Brian spent 6 years developing the go-to-market value proposition and driving customer adoption at Videology, as the company grew to a +$100M company. At Virool, Brian is charged with growing sales through scalable activation, precise execution and commitment to customer service.
Sam is passionate about building entrepreneurial teams and organizations. He comes to the Virool team from BrightEdge, an online marketing platform, where oversaw execution of the full recruitment cycle from sourcing to interviewing and closing candidates.
Eliza is an HR director with advertising experience supporting up to 200+ employees in four domestic locations. Human resources generalist skills include performance management, training, team building, culture development, employee issues including training and development, talent management, corporate structure, legal compliance, culture redefinition and change management. True HR Business partner to C-level management, and managers including the CEO, COO, corporate Chief Talent Officer, President, Chief Strategy Officer and Managing Directors.