Revver in the News
I'm stuck in Alabama with the slowest Internet connection since 1985. But I found a lot of stories on Revver recently:
BlogCritic: "Sounds really cool."
iMedia Connection: "The availability of services such as what Revver provides, as well as the opportunities and benefits that go along with it, shows the direction in which a lot of marketers are headed: distinct advertising -- created cheaply and creatively by involved and enthusiastic consumers -- that attracts the attention of like-minded consumers."
CNet Web 2.0 Blog: "Forget sharing videos for free. The trick right now is to make money from them. To that end, new video sharing sites are springing up that promise to share the revenues created from videos with the users who post them." This article also mentions Panjea, a service that Panjea gives users a cut of advertising revenues. "And not just from ads in the videos, like most other video sharing sites; Panjea also cuts its content-creating users in on ad revenues from their static Web content (like their profile pages)."