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Dani martín: «i don’t like posturing» – al rincón de pensar
Where do they come from, why are there so many of them and, most importantly, why do some of them have so many views? One of the most unique features of Finger Family’s raunchy videos is that they reach millions of views, with hardly any comments. It’s rare, because when a YouTube video exceeds that number of views it always receives endless words from other users. Besides, Finger Family videos are not exactly synonymous with virality. They are disturbing and surreal.
One quite plausible theory: all the videos are self-generated, and they get so many views because computers are programmed to visit them systematically. Toys in Japan uploads about fifteen videos every day. In their case, it makes sense: generating those graphics randomly and automatically is relatively simple. But what would be the goal? Easy, to monetize them: as noted in this Tumblr thread, if the videos are viewed in AdBlock, advertising pops up.
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A video, from the moment the idea arises until it is published, can easily take 7-8 hours and on average I upload three a week, at least. All this involves, besides thinking the concept, scripting it, recording it (repeating what needs to be improved) and editing it, which is usually what takes me the most time. Anyway, it is not something fixed because some formats require more dedication; in El Rincón de Giorgio there are interviews, films, video clips, video-reactions… They are all different and some take days or even weeks to finish them.
YouTube is like opening the doors of millions of homes and having the opportunity to launch a message. That is the first advantage and the one that carries the most responsibility for all of us who are present on the platform.
I also believe that it is a space that, especially the new generations, perceive as something close, as an environment away from the traditional concept of television and with a more varied offer adapted to what the audience demands. Therefore, I believe that by adjusting the formats to the characteristics of YouTube and knowing what people like and what they are very likely to reject, YouTube offers many and very good possibilities.
Paula domínguez – el rincón de pensar (lyric video)
Since 2011, when he started his main channel, elRubius has uploaded more than 800 videos of all kinds: gameplays, travel, promotions for brands, videoblogs… and most of them have well over 6 million views.
Currently, in addition to having his YouTube channel, with which he gets most of his income, he also has a book, El Libro Troll and a comic, Virtual Hero, which he has managed to turn into an animated series thanks to Movistar Plus and has been converted into a playable character in Ubisoft’s upcoming video game Watch Dogs Legion.
I bring good news cracks. For those of you who missed me: Soon I will be back on YT (this month for sure) AND ON OCTOBER 12th THE VIRTUAL HERO SERIES WILL BE RELEASED 😀 This is the official poster hehe. What a hype dioh mio. Follow @virtualheroserie to see cool and exclusive stuff <3 Sometimes I’ll hack G4T0’s account, so you’ll see me there too. Thanks for waiting so long ^^ FEELING FRESH BOIS
What is clear is that the popular youtuber never sits still and is always looking for new ways to experiment. In August he announced 2 limited editions of his own figures for 25,95 euros each and they are out of stock.
The best of the interview with el rubius in al rincón de pensar
The thinking corner is a behavior modification technique that became popular in our country as a result of the television program Supernanny. It is an apparently friendly and non-punitive technique that has been widely accepted not only by families, but also by schools and kindergartens. Although, as you can imagine, all that glitters is not gold. Let’s take a look at it.
Let’s start at the beginning: the thinking corner is a punishment. It’s presented as a modern discipline strategy, but it’s really the old-fashioned face-the-wall punishment, only a little less honest. Because before, at least, it was clear that it was a punishment because you had misbehaved. Now it’s a punishment in disguise. And in fact, many parents who apply it are convinced that they are not punishing their children… they are just inviting them to think!
Time-out, or in its full name, «reinforcement time-out» is the name that some behavior modification theorists gave to extinction, that is, to stop reinforcing a behavior so that it tends to stop occurring. Let me give you an example: we have a soda machine. When we put in a euro (behavior) we get a can (reinforcement). The fact that the can comes out increases the probability that in the future we will put in a euro again. This is a positive reinforcement or a reward. If when we put in the euro we were given an electric shock, that would be a punishment, since it would decrease the probability that we would perform that behavior in the future. If after a period of time in which we got used to the fact that every time we put in the euro, the soda would suddenly stop coming out, we would enter a time out of reinforcement: the behavior would no longer be reinforced and would tend to die out. We are not fools, if we have put in one or several euros and we do not have the can, we will have learned that the situation has changed and it is better not to waste any more money.