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As the third most popular website in the world, YouTube, having more than 1 billion unique monthly visitors is a powerful marketing tool (and fun too!). Over four billion hours of clips are viewed monthly (as you probably know, it can easily consume a vast amount of time). With help from such popular videos of cats and Gangnam style, YouTube has had more than 1 trillion views!!! All you need to know about YouTube can be found here. This makes it a powerful marketing medium, one that can not be ignored especially by internet marketers and their ilk. With YouTube, on-line videos have become an extremely effective method of marketing a product, service, or group. With the prevalence of social networks, YouTube is the leading source for video sharing and digital information transmission (Facebook is also a leader in video). A successful video marketing campaign is the first step for any healthy marketing plan.

Buying YouTube views provides you with benefits - the more views the better - a better chance for promotion and for revenue. Your social presence will be increased by increasing the views your video receives and not only will it look more popular it will become more popular as others will be drawn in to watch based upon the improved view numbers). The more views for your video receives, the much more it will be ranked with the search keyword. With a high ranking in YouTube, you will get a better ranking in Google, which will boost the traffic and interest to whatever it is you are promoting. People expect to see many views and high traffic after uploading their video on YouTube. It is not that easy because YouTube contains millions of videos and many more are being uploaded daily. You need to buy YouTube views to make your video receive more views and catch and exceed the competition. That's what we do - help you get more YouTube views on your video and we offer the lowest prices in the marketplace!

Interesting facts and information

1. PayPal's Role in YouTube's Creation

YouTube was created by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim in 2005. The three founders knew each other from working together at another Internet start up, PayPal. In fact, Hurley designed the PayPal logo after reading a Wired article about the online payment company and e-mailing the startup in search of a job. YouTube was initially funded by bonuses received following the eBay buy-out of PayPal. You could argue that if there was no PayPal, there would be no YouTube.

2. YouTube's Origins as a Dating Site

The founding trio didn't come up with the YouTube concept straight away. Legend has it that YouTube began life as a video dating site dubbed "Tune In Hook Up," said to be influenced by HotorNot. The three ultimately decided not to go that route. The inspiration for YouTube as we know it today is credited to two different events. The first was Karim's inability to find footage online of Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction," and the second when Hurley and Chen were unable to share video footage of a dinner party due to e-mail attachment limitations.

3. YouTube Caused Problems For Utube

The domain name YouTube.com was registered on Valentine's Day in 2005. This, however, caused a huge misunderstanding for Universal Tube & Rollform Equipment based in Perrysburg, Ohio. Its company domain, "utube.com," was overwhelmed with traffic from people that tried to spell the video site's name phonetically. The manufacturing company sued YouTube claiming its business was damaged by the video site, but the claims were dismissed. Nowadays, it seems Universal Tube & Rollform Equipment has bowed to the inevitable — its business site has been moved to utubeonline.com and the original utube.com is a video-themed landing page for bad spellers.

4. The First Ever YouTube Video

The first video to ever be uploaded to YouTube isn't a classic by any means. Shot by Yakov Lapitsky at the San Diego Zoo it shows co-founder Jawed Karim in front of the elephant enclosure going on about long trunks. It has, nonetheless, racked up a very healthy 4,282,497 views since its online debut on April 23, 2005.

5. The First Rickroll

The first instance of a "Rickroll" appeared on YouTube way back in 2007. Apparently, it is the evolution of a 4chan prank that originally "duckrolled" users via links that led to a duck on wheels. Now a classic in its own right, the Rickroll has become what must be the most common online practical joke. Back in 2008, at the height of the phenomenon, a SurveyUSA poll suggested over 18 million U.S. adults had been Rickrolled — perhaps more, given that Rick Astley himself participated in a mass-Rickrolling in that year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

6. YouTube's Annual April Fools Pranks

For the last three years YouTube has pranked its millions of users every April Fools Day. The first was a classic — every video on the site's homepage was actually a Rickroll. In 2009 YouTube turned the site upside down and in 2010 an attempt to reduce bandwidth costs saw a "TEXTp" mode introduced, which translated colors in the videos into text. We can't wait to see what YouTube has in store for 2017.

7. Some Jaw-Dropping YouTube Statistics

As of February 2011, YouTube has 490 million unique users worldwide per month, who rack up an estimated 92 billion page views each month. We spend around 2.9 billion hours on YouTube in a month — over 325,000 years. And those stats are just for the main YouTube website — they don't incorporate embedded videos or video watched on mobile devices.

8. YouTube's Social Stats

Social media-related YouTube stats are just as impressive. YouTube says that on average there are more than 400 tweets per minute containing a YouTube link. Meanwhile, over on Facebook over 150 years worth of YouTube videos are watched every single day.

9. The Most Viewed, Liked and Favorited Video

Not counting music videos (which due to licensing restrictions are often shown only in the U.S. on YouTube), the most viewed video of all time is the classic "Charlie bit my finger," with an astounding 282,151,886 (at the time of writing). When you include music videos from the U.S.-only VEVO site, then the crown goes to Justin Beiber, whose "Baby" video has over 466 million views and counting.

Did you know you can view the "YouTube Charts" at any time to see continually updated info about what's popular?

10. The YouTube "Snake" Easter Egg Game

YouTube has a fun Easter egg that will let you play a Snake-esque game within the video window. The clip above will give you a demo, but it's simple to execute if you're keen to try it out. Head over to YouTube, click on a recent video from any category, pause it and then hit the left and up arrow keys at the same time. Enjoy!