Revver is now facilitating video responses, a vehicle that helped propel YouTube’s community. The feature allows a viewer to react to a video via their own and attach it similarly to a comment. HappySlip, a prominent YouTuber who powers her website’s videos via Revver, announced the feature.
The company is also now offering pre-roll ads and CPM (pay by impression) to creators. I began in online video using Revver, and have slipped until recently in my YouTube obsession. But I’m back, and plan to release some of my content uniquely via Revver and some in advance of my YouTube posts. Here’s the collection. Here is the RSS feed of the posts.