Not only are more people comfortable recording themselves on video, for some expressing themselves in this way is easier and a lot of fun. This is great news for market research.
A trip to the movies - five occasions where non-verbal communication told us more than spoken words ever could.
Video is becoming integral to all aspects of our digital lives, with consumers and businesses increasing consuming and creating video content.
To help bring these trends to life we have created a shareable infographic rounding up the most impactful video stats from the web.
In this article, we've decided to take a closer look at reading and listening, comparing how easy and effective each of them is for digesting information.
An update on potential uses of emotion analytics that could be just around the corner...
Merry Christmas from Team Plotto
Video analysis technology often crops up in film; some uncannily prescient, others simply ridiculous. Here's a look at some of Team Plotto's favourite examples.
A look at the challenges and opportunities in understanding unstructured Big Data from video and images, and how we have been making this a reality at Plotto.
Video technology like Plotto can give us greater insight into how someone is feeling.
Plotto wins two awards from FinancesOnline
The power of testimonials to encourage action from prospective customers is clear, and video will likely revolutionise the way opinions are shared.
Video can add value to the collection of stories, for professional historians as well as individuals simply collecting the history of people who matter to them.
Exploring market research - some of the most interesting and useful podcasts and videos online
Do the advances in sentiment analysis mean robots are going to take our jobs? Here we explore its impact on video research.
In a short space of time, live video has become the norm. Here is a round-up of the biggest, best and newest video communication apps currently on the market.
Looking to do your own market research? Part 2 of our top tips for finding the right participants.
Looking to do your own market research? Part 1 of our top tips for finding the right participants.
Examples and advice on video testimonials, reviews and feedback
Understanding the differences in our communication method preferences can help us do better research. Here we look at whether writing or talking is better.
People's willingness to share intimate details of their lives, coupled with the rapid development of technology, present new opportunities for researchers.