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Youtube goes on sale

November 2009 by Marc Jacob

The Google-owned video giant YouTube recently boasted over a billion views per day, and now a percentage of those are about to be sold to anyone with a few dollars.

Social media marketing company uSocial.net – the company who gained infamy this year over the sale of Facebook fans and Twitter followers – is now capitalizing on the video marketing boom by offering people the ability to boost their presence on the site by placing their videos in front of the eyes of tens of thousands of people.

“We’re always looking at expanding our operations in the social marketing world and YouTube was the obvious next step.” Said CEO of uSocial Leon Hill. “Video marketing is an extremely powerful medium and one that many want to conquer.”

However, uSocial say the main problem with YouTube is that most find it difficult to get more than several dozen views naturally, which is an issue they say is now solved.

“Using several of our methods, we can get a totally unknown video in front of the eyes of potentially millions of people which can mean megabucks to anyone who’s in business.” Said Hill. “We can even deliver viewers who are in specific interest groups making the service all the more effective.”

No word has surfaced yet as to YouTube’s response to the new service, though uSocial claim they’ve contacted the site.




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