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Viral Video? Thoof Vs Digg

This video for metasite aggregator Thoof reminds me of the Apple vs PC ads that were pretty popular earlier this year.

You can be sure that more than a few viewers will be typing Thoof.com into their browsers after viewing this clip.

Internet Marketing Video Parodies Get Viral

If 2006 was the year of adsense publishing and squidoo lenses, and 2007 is shaping up for PPC Super Affiliates, 2008 could see viral parody videos take off in a big way.

Thanks to IM Sweetie Alice Seba who blogged about this: Silly Sunday: Chris Crocker Possesses Dr. Mike

If you missed Britney Spears’ fan, Chris Crocker’s tirade on YouTube, you’re missing out.
[WARNING: Explicit language!]

Not to be outdone, watch Dr Mike Woo-Ming’s “Chris Crocker” style defense of John Reese’s BlogRush.

[…And subtle promo for his Lead Supreme workshop]

If there’s one takeaway from video marketing, it’s that women in bikinis never fails..
Bikini Record

Bright $4.3B Future For User-Generated Online Content

The results are in and analyst projections of U.S. user- generated content sites earning $1 billion in 2007 and hitting $4.3 billion in ad revenues in 2011, pose a bright prospects for the future. Leading the charge? Likely video-based content sites.

The projections coming from eMarketer Senior Analyst and the author of “User-Generated Content: Will Web 2.0 Pay Its Way?” Paul Verna.

Paul projects that YouTube, MySpace and Facebook will led the content change.

Another projection: “On a global basis, user- generated content ad revenues will increase from $1.6 billion in 2007 to $8.2 billion in 2011.”

Which has pundits reinforcing the “It’s about the content, stupid” mantra.

Arrayed against this are Asia-based telcos railing against Web 2.0 applications choking up the submarine cable bandwidth. [Has Web2.0 Broken The Internet?]

If the bandwidth bottleneck doesn’t get resolved soon, it’ll turn out to be (more…)

Viral Video Marketing for Traffic Generation

If you’ve been a regular visitor to YouTube and Google Video, you’d notice a greater amount of marketing and business-related videos appearing.

I’ve put some of these business-themed ones (specifically related to Internet Marketing and business building) at my Digital Keiretsu forum.

Kineda Vodcasts

Kineda.com vodcast host: Tami Andres (link: Kineda vodcasts)

I see blogging going beyond it’s text form as streaming audio and video (AKA podcasting and vblogging) become more mainstream. (more…)