You know I’ve blogged got almost 3 years about online video. I used to check out the stats, and think about SEO. Now I just dig the informality and the little gang that’s formed around it. Since the typical ratio of views/comments is probably 95 and 5, I’m probably ignoring the needs of a few hundred avid readers.
But it’s much more fun to read clever quips and playful feuding among the fun commenters. It’s like I’m on a stage trying to convince marketers, agencies and sites to partner for a 3-way win. But in the back of the crowd (far behind the 4 ladies that are sound asleep) is the heckling YouTube crowd. While it should distract me, I realize that the attendees have all fallen asleep. So I just get a case of cheap beer and we do ponies backstage.
Oh- I started this post to compare blogging to vlogging. Well vlogging is boring. And not scanable. And it requires you to turn on the camera at a time when electricity probably cost too much.