I think whereivebeen is far, far over 250,000 users. It’s successful. The problem is getting it to at least pay for itself. I haven’t seen an update past what is here though. I know some ads were put in and they aren’t obnoxious or anything so as a user I am fine with them. But does the ad revenue cover it? Just wondering… all the best to Craig though! It’s a great story any way you slice it.
Facebook | I have 250,000 users, what now?
Well my application has become incredibly popular, and I’m very excited about it, don’t get me wrong!
Monetize monetize monetize… it’s the big mystery. How to do it? So that it actually works? VideoEgg has done interesting stuff so this is another one to take a look at in the future.
Ad Platform – Publishers | Videoegg
You can integrate the EggnetworkSM AdPlatform in less than a day and begin monetizing your site traffic with quality brand advertising designed to fit into virtually any space.
So says Miro. Interesting. Will have to look into it more later.
Creators: publish your videos the open way.
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