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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Pseudotube Update

A few weeks ago in this post I mentioned the Pseudotube sideline business opportunity. There have been a few developments about this, so I thought I should take the opportunity to update you.

To recap briefly, Pseudotube offers the chance to run a video-based website - such as my own Funny Animal Videos site - with no programming required. These sites can then generate income from a range of sources, including Google AdSense.

You can join Pseudotube at various levels, from free up to Enterprise level, which costs $499 a year. With a free account, you get 50% of all the advertising income generated by your site, rising to 100% at Enterprise level.

Anyway, I thought you might be interested to know that it is now even easier to start a free Pseudotube site. Previously you had to buy a suitable domain name and arrange for the nameservers to be pointed at Pseudotube. With the new arrangement this is no longer required - you get a subdomain of the main Pseudotube site with a URL of your choice such as

This means you can literally have a free site up and running in five minutes. All you have to do then is drive some traffic to it. As a matter of interest, the site achieving the highest number of visits on the Pseudotube network right now is a free one. My own site, I'm pleased to say, has just crept in to the top ten.

I have updated my Pseudotube Squidoo Lens to reflect the latest changes, so do check it out if you would like more info. As a result of feedback received I've also enlarged the screengrab image on the Lens, and added some sample videos from my own Pseudotube site at the bottom.

Good luck if you decide to pursue this opportunity. But even if you don't, if you have a website or blog, bear in mind that you can arrange a free, automatic link swap with all or any of the sites in the Pseudotube network. Again, please see my Pseudotube Lens for more info about this.

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Blogger Nick said...

You might also like to check out the Pseudotube site created by Tina Strenko, a reader of this blog. It's at

Great, topical idea for a PT site, Tina!

8:37 PM  

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