Video views in various social media sites and other platforms?

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  1. nice2cu

    nice2cuMember

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    It is quite confusing how a site considers a particular video view as genuine. Well, different players employ different methods for that. Some of them are given below:

    YouTube - YouTube considers a video view as legitimate only if it covers 30 seconds.
    Facebook - In Facebook it is as easy as only three seconds
    Instagram - Instagram also follows a three second minimum time to calculate a view
    Vine - This Twitter owned network considers six seconds as a justifiable time for video view
    Twitter - Twitter also follows a three second rule for video views

    I think it would be better if there is a standard in finalizing a video view as legitimate.
     
  2. Neil_Fisher

    Neil_FisherMember

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    Does this mean Dailymotion and Vimeo videos cannot be monetized since they were not mentioned? I can see a lot of potential with Facebook in the Future. In my country there are now people who were able to get internet celebrity status with Facebook. I am not sure if they were able to monetize their videos but Facebook will have their own stars someday that can compete with Youtube's very own.
     
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    I also see people who are making it on Facebook by posting videos, but I don't think they are able to moneyize their videos on Facebook, about Vimeo, I don't know about it only that they have services you pay for, which will dissuade many users from using it, hence its unpopular popularity if you get what I mean.
     

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