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Congratulations Youtube.com Users! January 31, 2007

Posted by misti in E-Collaboration, E-commerce, Internet, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Software Reviews, Technology, Video, Web Traffic, webinar, Youtube.

Good News for all Youtube.com Users! The Co-founder and one of the youngest Internet millionaire, Mr .Chad Hurley, declared Youtube will now start sharing revenue with it’s uncountable number of online users. He exactly did’nt revealed how many users might receive or what would be the parameters for payment as such.

The statistics shows around 70 million videos (on average) are viewed each day, on the website.Hurley added “We are getting an audience large enough where we have an opportunity to support and foster creativity through sharing revenue with our users.So in the coming months, we are going to be opening that up”.

Youtube began to flourish since November 2005’ after it was sold to Google for $1.65 billion. Hurley,along with other co-founders of the site-Steve Chen and Javed Karim (former employees of Paypal) felt by sharing profits, the users of the website would be motivated to make money along with their love for videos.

On You tube :
Youtube.com is a very popular latest video site.On Youtube,you can upload,download,and share Videos online.Its a real web sensation nowadays!



1. Youtubber - January 31, 2007

wow! thanks for this piece! I am big fan of you tube! I can’t seem to find the link on youtube site about this rev sharing?/??

2. Danni - January 31, 2007

Decent, thats good news for people who religiously upload their personal content.

Danni – I,TheWritingWriter

3. Youtubber - January 31, 2007

Danni, Do you Youtube?! hehehehe 🙂

4. Danni - January 31, 2007

Aye, I have an account, I should really post some videos.

5. partireperit - February 8, 2007

Youtube seems like an excellent marketing channel to bring in huge amt of traffic. check the “all time most linked” http://youtube.com/browse?s=mrd&t=a&c=0&l=

I find many companies posting their videos and bring in huge traffic. I click in to some of their profiles and dont see no adsenses yet. I wonder if this will be a success for Google after their purchase of Youtube!

Good luck Googoogle!

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