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February 18, 2007



My question is how do the revenue sharing sites figure into the future of the web? I just launched a new program on Revver, www.myskidmarks.com in the process of producing it and researching 'revenue sharing sites' i find the fatal flaw being trying to make your program's existance known to the world. It seems inevitable that the next generation of YouTube has got to bring more sophisticated material and program content.. is revenue sharing going to allow this to happen?

Old Jack


Thanks for my new awesome backgrounds :D

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