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- Re: A directory for Facebook? by Krux on Saturday February 13, 2016 @ 01:19pm
<< Re: A directory for Facebook?Posted by Krux on Monday February 29, 2016 @ 06:33pm
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I just read a thing yesterday that youtube is going to take a stab at original programming. The things mentioned though all seemed to be the same shit that's posted on there already, but I suppose another source of art is always a good thing.
I still don't understand how free services (like Youtube) or low-fee subscription services (like Netflix) make money on original content. God bless them and I love them for it, but how does Netflix make money on their shows? There are no commercials. How many subscribers did they actually add? Is it all pending a long tail of DVD and merch sales?
So Youtube makes money on advertisements. Most people producing videos don't make a whole hell of a lot off it, unless you are insanely popular for doing unboxing videos or something.. Interestingly enough, since I run IPv6 at home, I never see any Youtube ads. Something that has also taken off is Patreon. There are some youtube content producers that I give a couple bucks to, since I like the content they produce and I can afford it. A bit more direct way of paying those I think do cool stuff.
You run v6 only on your laptop? No ads eh? Creative. Would that still apply in a 6-4 setup?
Dual stack, but since I have IPv6, windows prefers it by default. Wasn't even my goal to block ads, it's just they haven't built the ad servers on ipv6 yet.
it was on fire when I got here