Today’s question comes from Jim Chaput. You can search through the blog for a very entertaining interview I had with Jim last year.

This is an excellent episode for anyone thinking about publishing their videos to YouTube. (Or maybe already publishing without really thinking about it.)

During the interview, I mention a figure and a graphic – the figure is (as of this writing):

300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. (A year ago it was only 100 hours per minute – so video is definitely growing.)

The infographic on how much data is shared every minute on the Internet is at:

Twitter users post over 100,000 tweets per minute. FaceBook users post 684,478 status updates per minute.

How will you be found? What will you do to get shared? Is it worth trying?

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