Re: [videoblogging] should youtube just start a new brand for "Pro Content"?
- i think it can be wedged while also being separated.
an example would be a google search where you are presented with top youtube
video results first.
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 8:44 AM, Jay dedman <jay.dedman@...> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 11:10 AM, @sull <sulleleven@...<sulleleven%40gmail.com>>
> > Does anyone think that at this point YouTube/Google should just start a
> > site (company) specifically for Pro Content (professionally produced
> > entertainment) and just promote the hell out of it on Youtube.com and
> > various other Google owned sites/pages?
> > Let YouTube continue to be the "Broadcast Yourself" service and filter
> > their partner content?
> > Why mix it all together?
> > Curious of your thoughts.
> I think Youtube knows they benefit from mixing it all together.
> Videobloggers/regular people are thousands of clips every hour helping
> grow their library and search ability.
> Commercial content then wedges itself in between all this.
> You even see advertising/promotion/"pro-content" feeling more
> "amateur" so it has a whiff of authenticity.
> By making a "Pro/Commercial" site....it lets me know "here is where
> they will try to sell me on stuff".
> it wont feel like a cool playground anymore where anything can happen.
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