Online video publishing has indeed taken the Internet by storm this year, making the use of video for marketing, promotion, news and PR online a true key strategic component of any new cutting-edge and effective communication campaign. Online video provides actionable insight into the immediate and latent impact of that specific ad impression. Online video also comes in a variety of forms, many of which are technologically complex and difficult to consider as being applicable to the typical small and medium sized-business (SMB), such as downloadable TV, rich media advertising (those annoying floating ads that take over your screen), gaming, and podcasting. This makes online video increasingly popular because users are easily able to view video using Flash 6 and online videos are being used to support a variety of business needs, and ultimately benefits users and companies alike.
Internet, video and online collaboration were massive growth sectors in 2006, and as 2007 forges ahead they are finally coming together. Internet, video and online collaboration are converging in a number of interesting ways, and in these three synchronized remote video viewing services it is possible to see a hint of what's to come. Internet users watched streaming video, and during March, 2006 users averaged 100 minutes of Web-based video content consumption. Internet video -- from episodes of "South Park" to videos of your friend singing karaoke to the latest Prince single -- has exploded in popularity.
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