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Why Do YouTube Imitators Fail So Badly?

YouTube imitators

Ever since Google officially purchased YouTube for $1.65 billion in stock in October, 2006, more small companies have entered the video-sharing business, hoping they can sell their video-sharing websites for millions of dollars in a couple of years. In fact, we do get an invitation from YouTube imitators once in a while. Some 180 people subscribe to our channel at YouTube, and it has been viewed more than 117,000 times. Inevitably, YouTube imitators find us and ask us to upload our video tutorials. Anyway, while YouTube’s popularity only keeps rising, new video-sharing websites aren’t doing so well. So why do the rest of YouTube imitators fail so badly? Continue reading