YouTube has changed the way we watch video and has become an indispensable part of the Web, now...


YouTube has changed the way we watch video and has become an indispensable part of the Web, now serving up a billion views per day, so at some point Google (GOOG) CEO Eric Schmidt will have to deal with the fact that those views are netting an estimated $1.5M loss every day.
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  • Baeck
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    At some point, simply placing ads all over everything ceases to be an option - mostly because no one actually pays attention to the ads, so they generate little revenue. What really remains to be seen is how many people view YouTube as indispensable enough to actually pay some amount of money for the service.
    9 Oct 2009, 04:48 PM Reply Like
  • E Thomas St.
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    12 year olds are going to have to make a tough sale to their parents on the importance of calling someone else a faggot over the internet.

     

    On Oct 09 04:48 PM Baeck wrote:

     

    > At some point, simply placing ads all over everything ceases to be
    > an option - mostly because no one actually pays attention to the
    > ads, so they generate little revenue. What really remains to be
    > seen is how many people view YouTube as indispensable enough to actually
    > pay some amount of money for the service.
    9 Oct 2009, 07:27 PM Reply Like
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