How Long Should an Online Video Be?

I’m polling social media this week to hear public relations and marketing professional’s best answers on, “How long should an online video be?”

There are a number of strategies public relations professionals and YouTubers use to lure in viewers to watch the entirety of their video. Whether they think the video should be 30 seconds or 60 seconds long is the question. Is over a minute too long? We want to hear from you this week!

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Comments

  1. Valerie Andrews says:

    I’m a big fan of the “90 second rule.” I’d rather have 10 short videos from which to choose (or to watch all of them) than one long, usually tedious video. Some of it is attention span; some is time famine.

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