YouTube - "Featured Curator"

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Has anyone else noticed this? ( I did a search and I did not see anything on this topic, so I'm assuming not.)

When you go to the YouTube homepage, they now have a "Featured Curator" highlighted.

I find it interesting since I never noticed it before. (Was that there before? Who knows? I am not the most observant person on the planet.)

Could it be that YouTube has gotten on the "curation bandwagon"?
#featured curator #youtube
  • Profile picture of the author KatieWynner
    Totally! I have been trying to find more information about curator selection and partnership requirements. Have you been able to find anything more?
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    • Profile picture of the author thriftgirl62
      You Tube is undergoing major changes due to the massive numbers of useless Videos. People are using software to spin video images and automated software to upload variations of the same short videos in seconds.

      Basically just using YouTube for pimping Betsy Backlink and Tina Traffic for money. Google saw that coming right around the time they decided to buy YouTube and give Curator sites like the and PR7 and PR8 practically overnight. No original content and they don't pay for 1,000's of inbound backlinks either.

      Backwards backlinks will continue until someone with enough influence decides it's time to make the announcement. If Lady Gaga decided to Tweet about SEO and sing a song about backlinks, the majority of people would sit up and listen. The rest are smart enough to listen to themselves, use common sense and make up their own minds.

      Every 72 hours the information on the internet is expected to DOUBLE and that's why manual research won't work. Building curator sites requires Software and pretty soon there will be a deluge of expert curators selling brand new courses, programs and systems all claiming their software is the best for $10 to $27 or $67 and some for $97. No, not even close.

      Try $1500 a month - and that's starting at $1500 for real Curator software. Even the Software used for building database directories runs $2K and that's not even for sale to the public. Seth Godin explains why we need a Tribe and he's right.

      That's the only way people who have the most value to share will ever be able to use that $1500 a month software and actually make a difference. So that's the plan - license the software to the Tribe and bypass the learning phase you don't need because someone in the Tribe knows how to do what you don't and vice versa.

      I retired in 2005 at 43 and now I give away websites like these for FREE [hosting excluded]

      When you make at least $100+ per month, we split the profit 80/20 and YOU get the 80% Until then, you keep 100% and I'll help you drive traffic, get backlinks and put the domain in your name too!
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