How YouTube Became An Internet Video Giant

With more than 500 hours of video uploaded every minute and over 1 billion hours watched every day, Google’s YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine. And its meteoric growth hasn’t subsided, over 2 billion users visit the site every month. CNBC takes a look at how the video platform has changed over the past 15 years and if it can stay on top.

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How YouTube Became An Internet Video Giant


Giới thiệuThúy Navi

Thúy Navi 26 tuổi đam mê du lịch, công nghệ,đang sống và làm việc tại Hà Nội. Founder,Blogger tại Website: http://www.internetviettelnhatrang.com/

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  1. The main reason why Youtube became giant is because of the content it had. Parodies, Dark humour channels, (offensive) gaming content that made me laugh and made me visit this page much more often. Nowadays everything is banned, is insulting, is offensive, is copyrighted and so on.

  2. As a Flight Attendant commuter, I subscribe to Youtube Premium and download videos for when I'm in a passenger seat. So much variety. Documentaries, Stand up comedy, sports clips. Love it. So much as well for the imagination of youtube creators.

  3. If you can't handle conspiracy theory videos, you are a weak human being. You need help. I don't even believe in most of these silly conspiracy theories but if you are so triggered that you demand for these to be removed, you are weak. Only in the West.

  4. ,,,.,AMAZON:
    Yep, I bought a ton on the dip. It's getting cheaper relative to its current earnings (half compared to last year).

    Amazon invested $14 billion in the last quarter alone, the same as it spent in 6 months before that. It is a do not sell stock.

    …With the Delta virus coming at full speed ahead, pandemic sales will make a comeback.

    Amazon is investing so much money, that no competitor will ever be able to catch up.

    Amazon's not going anywhere so I know that eventually it will come back.
    Fidelity considers Amazon as a large growth company (probably because as big as it is, it still only has 7% of the retail market)

    Get on board or be runover, it's up to you.

  5. Watching YouTube is rarely a satisfying experience for me. Too many ads.…especially to watch a 1-minute vid!….and I HATE videos being interrupted mid-sentence for yet another commercial.

    And it keeps recommending the same random 7-year old videos over and over and over. Their algorithm certainly doesn’t work for me.

  6. I discovered YouTube by accident, back around 2009, it was actually a Billy Joel video, probably, one of his best songs, "Lenningrad", then, took a little while before I rediscovered it again, got hooked started watching whole albums of whatever group came up example: "Tommy" by the who. Still like YouTube, lots of variety that's for sure, just. Don't have time to watch 4-5 hrs + .

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