Without a doubt, short-form videos are trending and people love them. More recently, short-form videos have taken over social media platforms. Short videos of dancers, makeup, how to kip fit- you name it, are engaging and entertaining. More so, it has become one of the most influential forms of marketing.
Different timing is allocated for short-form video content. For instance, a short-form video on Instagram reels is pretty short: 30 seconds. Then it goes a bit longer on Tiktok and Triller, it’s 60 seconds. On Twitter, it gets even longer and can be up to 2.20 minutes. Meanwhile, on YouTube, it’s actually 10 minutes long.
Therefore, video consumption habits among consumers are undergoing a shift. Audiences are consuming more and more short-form video content as compared to longer videos. Hence, Real Research seeks to find out the public perception regarding short-form video content.
So, hurry and share your opinion on the short-form video content survey with us by answering on the Real Research App from 1 October 2021. After that, you will receive 15 PLF as a reward.
Public Perception of Short-Form Video Content
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