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    Video For Social?

    Thursday, 12 November 2009 by

    The bell curve. Another curve that relates to the nth degree. Socialnomics, habits, way’s of life, and futuristic concepts all bring to the table what can be, in layman’s terms, referred to as the “Fifth Element.” Yeah, an element…code it into the periodic table as “IE.” It’s all too prophetic, but (and I stress “simply put”) when there’s a limit that’s constantly expanding, there’s always a need for an economic explanation. Although however, comparably, let’s take the M1 money supply, apply monetary policy tools that “Change” (Obama!, Obama!, Obama!)  aggregate demand, thereby also changing the price level of umm…VIDEO FOR SOCIAL and finally, let’s imagine a global internet job outsource.

    All economics and politics aside, why is video production, search engine optimization, and GDP always on the rise (historically)? The answer: There’s a New Generation of Generations & Technology. This new


    Wednesday, 11 November 2009 by

    Welcome to VideoAFX! Although this is not the first post, it is one of the first web introductions for VideoAFX. We thought about it for a minute and wanted to give a very simple approach to what it is that we actual do here at VideoAFX, as a company. So, how might a VideoAFX company

    I suppose a statistic would be proper with this headline. Now, from somewhere, I was notified today that a small company posted an article on the average internet user and how much time they spend online. This little statistic is very important when trying to forecast future trends and how social media, video, and the “internet addiction” play a role in, not only the business world, but our “average,” everyday lives. That company was Nielsen (you know, the one that gives all the statistics on media/demographics?). And the statistic is, “The Average Internet User” spends

    New media this, Hulu, Twitter, and oh yeah, this Social Networking thing that! Just in the past few days, it’s absolutely been amazing to StubleUpon, Mash, and forecast the next big thing. I don’t really think it’s incredibly hard to determine either, and it’s nothing that hasn’t already been discussed every day for the past 2 years.  The question is, “Is Video Ready yet?”

    Apparently, 2010 is supposed to be the year that “Video Advertising Gets Real.” What do you think? I mean @YouTube means 1 billion views per day! Sorenson, Kaltura, Brightcove, Ooyala, and some ex video management/syndication start-ups