We did it.
We took an important subject that the media wants to ignore and put it – and kept it – at the top of YouTube’s "New and Politics" charts.
As I write this, the video – "The Truth about Katrina" – is the #10 highest rated video in this category of this month. Amazing when you think about what we’re up against – McCain, Obama, Palin, Wall Street melt down, etc. etc. and the fact that the Katrina anniversary and Hurricane Gustav are long over.
The underdog – in this case the people of New Orleans and Southern Louisiana – can win…if the underdog has some Internet savvy.
Speaking of savvy, YouTube is adding so many cool "bells and whistles" that it’s hard for me to keep up.
Can anyone point us to a good online resource (maybe hidden somewhere on YouTubes’s site) that goes into the fine points of creating and customizing a YouTube channel and using all the other new stuff they’re offering (text annotation, automatic transfer to another video, click from video to a web site)
The speed of change in this medium has swamped my ability to keep up. If you’ve got anything to share on this point, I’m sure fellow SystemVideoBlog readers will appreciate it. I know I will.
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