Tuesday, April 1, 2008

YouTube - a virtual archive of music videos

YouTube is a virtual archive of music videos. Everybody loves to laugh — from new ones to vintage, from the well-known to the obscure. Plus, there are concert performances and a million more interesting musical renditions by unknowns from all over the world. Here are a few of the most click-worthy ones and Videos to Love.

Top 5 Sites of the week and funny quotes.

The free program, known as YouTube Insight, has already gotten a lot of reaction from marketers, many of whom use the highly trafficked site to post commercials, movie trailers and other content.

There’s one thing Tay Zonday is famous for: his very unique voice, which can remind you of a frog, Darth Vader or a frog using Darth Vader’s mask. The YouTube sensation who looks like the son of Kermit the Frog and Janet Jackson is reportedly 25 years old, but looks just 15. His most popular composition, “Chocolate Rain,” recently won a YouTube Music award.

YouTube's edge over other social networking and video sites may be the volume of its traffic. According to ComScore, last month YouTube had 63 million unique visitors in the US. This was an increase of 86% versus February last year. According to Hitwise, for the week ending March 22, YouTube was the 10th most visited Web site in the US, receiving .77% of all Internet visits. In addition, last week, 80.49% of YouTube visits were from returning visitors.

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