Google Video Done Well

Looking through Google Videos many of them appear to be exceptionally bad or advertisements. While many more of them appear to be exceptionally bad advertisements. But I found one video that I thought was pretty cool.

I need to step up my game on learning about video stuff. If you had a remarkable product and could display how cool it was I don't think there would be much need to buy ads to distribute your message.

Télépopmusik's Breathe is a cool song and that is a cool video. :)

I find that video much more interesting than the announcement of Pearl Jam's recent terrible song being distributed on Google Video, but I think they need people like Pearl Jam to help find and share the good stuff.

Published: May 22, 2006 by Aaron Wall in publishing & media


May 23, 2006 - 9:45am

I have really been digging your site. I hope that you put up more video. I really liked your tuturial video you did. A great place to find out about video blogging is in the yahoo video blog group. I'm still learning a lot and just testing things out...i just need to start putting out more content. I look forward to learning from you.

May 23, 2006 - 2:49pm

Aaron I had such a great esteme of you! But why this video? As a snowboarder from the Alpes (Italy) I need to point you to my blog (no, no spam) where u can see some different stuff. The webiste is in italian but i think u just need to watch the videos:

(and by the way I'm one of those mixing blog talkers, like the hemp and seo you're writing about)

May 23, 2006 - 8:12pm

Cool blog Marco.

Nothing wrong with mixing topics on your blog. It is a much different case if your site is primarily commercially driven entity. Especially if the commerce site does not share much information.

Imagine if tomorrow I posted "the top 10 strands of weed you never heard about, but should smoke daily" or "how to eat 3 large pizzas in a single sitting" on this blog... it would make the site look less credible.

May 23, 2006 - 8:14pm

Hi Aaron,

Do you think it will be successfull? Well... other than for spammers. I wrote a quick post about it on my blog

I am interested in your take on this, even though you're just an SEO guy ;-)

May 23, 2006 - 8:25pm

The user demand will eventually cause competition for their attention. In time that will increase the quality of content available.

Note: I do own some Google shares, so if that adds any bias to my perspective the disclaimer has been posted.

May 29, 2006 - 11:31am

WoW I never knew you could do that on an Alpine board.

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