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Excellent.  Will share on Quora.

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It is a good  video but it is  being wasted and gathering dust.  It is like producing the Socialist Standard  and not distributing it.

We could have 1000s of  views with a relatively small investment.  A sad waste in my opinion and inexplicable.

 

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Vin wrote:

It is a good  video but it is  being wasted and gathering dust.  It is like producing the Socialist Standard  and not distributing it.

We could have 1000s of  views with a relatively small investment.  A sad waste in my opinion and inexplicable.

 

 

How would you go about distributing this video, Vin? Can you make any recommendations? Ive posted it on one or two forums but are there any other suggestions you have in mind?

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How would you go about distributing this video, Vin? Can you make any recommendations? Ive posted it on one or two forums but are there any other suggestions you have in mind?

Yes I have many, for example Youtube promotion and Facebook promotion would be a good start. 80K views for £1k

 

 

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In fact I sent this in August but I guess there are more important business for us to deal with. As I say, it's a shame

 

 

Advertising Introductory Video on Youtube - AVC Committee Report to the EC Sep17

 

MOTION 14 (Chesham & Wicks)

That the AVC be asked to provide specific proposals and costings regarding advertising on Facebook and YouTube.”

AGREED 5-0-0

 

Two types of ad:

In-stream ad   -   Our video will start before the selected video, but can be skipped after a short period.

In-display ad   -   Our video will appear at the side of the selected video.

 

 

 

Our audience can be targeted by interests and location if required – for example ‘news and politics’

The campaign requires monitoring and a  number of campaigns can be ran at any one time

We will get about 80k views per £1000.

 

Facebook is very similar.

 

As for cost we can spend as little and as much as we wish. We would suggest a budget of £1000  on each and a target of 160,000 combined views.  This should be spread over a two to three months campaign

 

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Vin wrote:

robbo203 wrote:

How would you go about distributing this video, Vin? Can you make any recommendations? Ive posted it on one or two forums but are there any other suggestions you have in mind?

Yes I have many, for example Youtube promotion and Facebook promotion would be a good start. 80K views for £1k

 

 

 

That sounds like a pretty good bargain to me!  Why doesnt the SP go for it?

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robbo203 wrote:

Vin wrote:

robbo203 wrote:

How would you go about distributing this video, Vin? Can you make any recommendations? Ive posted it on one or two forums but are there any other suggestions you have in mind?

Yes I have many, for example Youtube promotion and Facebook promotion would be a good start. 80K views for £1k

That sounds like a pretty good bargain to me!  Why doesnt the SP go for it?

We probably will;  I've already explained that the item in question was deferred at the EC's September meeting but inadvertently left off the agenda for October.

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The EC also made in clear that I as a member of the AV Committee  will be unable to do it which to me appears to be a sad waste of human resources too.  And a waste of our time.

So are we to sit on our thumbs as the months pass by??  Does anyone else feel this is a waste of the party’s physical and human resources?

It is within the IC Terms of Reference or to appoint me so that I may get on with some socialist propaganda. I am baffled and would appreciate a clear explanation from EC members and the Internet Committee

 

 

 

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