I had never heard of Wigix until I saw this video, pretty funny stuff. I might just have to give them a try since they got my attention.
Is 2008 going to be the breakout year for Video Blogs?
Video Blogs are also referred to as Vlogs, although I am not sure that rolls off the tongue as well as Blogs, and they have been gaining ground over the past year or so. Two big factors fueling this are the cost of digital video cameras and the purchase of YouTube by Google. Face it, if Google buys it, it must be something worth looking in to, and everyone rushes in.
Mike over at MusicRamble.com posted a small list of Music YouTube Channels and it is obvious that a lot of musicians are starting to understand the value of having their own YouTube channel. Combine this with the news of Google partnering with Panasonic to develop TV’s geared more towards Internet content and the Vlogging picture starts to focus a little more.
Just think, you can have a YouTube channel and be on TV. It don’t get no easier than that.
And yes, I already have the CyberCoder YouTube Channel.
Now, who will take advantage of Vlogging and become the next (or first) Internet Video Star?
I think I like vlogging more than blogging.
Remembering the basics is a key to success and it also reminds me that we have to admit mistakes and learn from them. Along with taking responsibility and accountability in our own actions.
Also, I added a Google Videobar to the top of the main page. Google has made this soooo easy and they are not even requiring an API key anymore for the video bar. I have my videobar set to the RadioBlogTalk YouTube channel.
If you are interested in the Videobar check out the amazingly simple Videobar Wizard Page!
Based on all the email and comments about dynamic pages I thought I would take this opportunity to do a video on the subject. This video covers the basics of what Dynamic pages are and how I put them together. If you would like more information just drop me a comment.