HomeshoemoneyUnderstanding Communities & More Understanding Communities & More By Jeremy Schoemaker 29 Comments I just got back from Blogworld (much more on that soon) and wanted to put up this weeks SEM recap Urls Mentioned: http://www.techipedia.com http://www.youtube.com/blog?entry=exPJxpwQNfQ Tweet About The Author ShoeMoney Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of the ShoeMoney Blog, Elite Retreat Internet Conference, & the PAR Program. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 Amazon Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. Jeremy currently lives in Lincoln Nebraska with his wife and 2 daughters. Comments 29 Micky Ward November 11, 2007 Love that they raised to 1gig limit rules now. I wont need that much but 100 meg sucked. Instant Community November 11, 2007 Yes, some important points were covered, good work PAM. Time is the key, patience is a virtue. Conversionable November 11, 2007 I like her comment about Social media being work. This is very well said. While the spammy approach might be good for short term gain eventually it will catch up. bmunch November 11, 2007 I quote you Pam: “It’s actually work. Social media isn’t the quick fix everyone think it is.” I just find that out not too long ago. You can’t just submit here or there and expect everyone to digg and stumbled you. Deibson Albernas November 11, 2007 Time is the key, patience is a virtue. Yess commandos November 11, 2007 This will make the publishing of the latest movies easier … Domtan November 11, 2007 Good report Pam. You should set up your own blog too. Chris MynMkr November 11, 2007 yeah, do you run your own blog? Steven Finch November 11, 2007 Yeh, I think you should setup your own blog. But really I think you should be doing something similar to webbalert.com. If you are interesting something like this, please get in touch with me. Rock November 11, 2007 Thanks for another quality report Pam. I completely agree on the social media points. I started off looking for the quick fix, and found out that it just isn’t the case. Become a valuable asset to the community is better and will result in long term gains from social media. serge November 11, 2007 bout time youtube got 1gig… I love startbucks (my belly doesn’t), great ideas. Sign up NOW for the Buxr Widget! November 11, 2007 1GB on YouTube? I guess some of the pirated movies just wouldn’t fit Tom November 11, 2007 Very nice job this week Pam! It looks like you are getting more comfortable w/ the camera and your approach was a lot warmer and more inviting than before. Pam November 11, 2007 Nope I don’t…yet fabione761 November 11, 2007 good site fabione761 November 11, 2007 good blog Joe November 11, 2007 Pam, go back to beauty school. scamfreemoneytalks November 11, 2007 1G is a lot space. i guess video is so much of a demand nowadays. but still wonder why web space is so cheap that a lot of people are giving it away. Pam November 11, 2007 I like totally would but it was like sooo hard. So I thought I’d try this marketing thing instead cuz’ it’s way easier! Blog Contests November 11, 2007 Some good tips, 1GB is a lot too Neon November 12, 2007 those pirated movies usually dont last long in youtube anyway. at least with the 1 GB limit you can upload better quality video. Neon November 12, 2007 this is because hard disk is getting cheaper and larger. better technology, better architecture, better planning, better marketing. Neon November 12, 2007 more comfortable in front of camera… it will be better with more friendly smile. Interwebhunt November 12, 2007 Storage space is a non existant factor now with the price of hard drives coming in so low. Hosting companies will promise 5gigs and up on standard packages without blinking an eye now. Which in the long run I think should be a good thing because it will allow them hopefully to focus on more customer service interaction. Gecko Tales November 12, 2007 Remember when storage space and bandwidth meant a lot more than it does now? John M Weaver November 12, 2007 Agree. Great job Pam…keep posting you rock! Neon November 14, 2007 storage space doesnt mean much. it is the bandwidth and the quality of the bandwidth/network. Joeychgo November 16, 2007 I concurr. Nothing really replaces dedication. You get so much benefit from being a quality member opposed to being a opportunistic member. FactandFable November 18, 2007 That’s a positive step forward at YouTube. As the owner of a video production company, I really hope they continue to work on maintaining the video quality of uploaded material.