Busty exposes the good, bad and ugly of online video

busty idolWell, I hope you will forgive me today, dear Busty fans, if this week’s musings are not quite up to the standard you have come to expect – I am absolutely battered. And, just in case you are wondering why, I can confirm that, for once, it is not because my esteemed boss has been making me work too hard (no chance) or even because one of this column’s favourite industry faces, the MAA’s indefatigable champion of diversity Scott Knox, is moving to Canada.
No, dear readers, I have to confess, it is all my own fault. You see, as some of you will probably have already guessed, I spent far too long enjoying the delights of yesterday’s Free Porn Day and hardly got a wink of sleep last night. So many videos, so little time.
This being a family website, I wouldn’t dare to be so rude as to detail my every viewing but, suffice to say, StrapAttackers and GirlsWay certainly hit the spot. Scott would be so proud of my choices.
Of course, as everyone knows, these days to boost your website traffic you have to include video on your site – well, that’s what everyone in the online video industry keeps telling me. And, to be honest, I have actually considered launching my very own “Busty vlog” so you can all see me in glorious HD.
Then again, that would mean me ripping off the trackie bottoms and muffin top I normally wear to work to dress up in sexy outfits every morning. That, of course, would require a very generous sponsor to ensure I looked my best at all times. Any offers Rogering Rog, Calamity Clive or even Marauding Mike will be gratefully received.
Mind you, for those of you whom, unlike Mr H, are having trouble sleeping, may I recommend Marketing Week’s new YouTube video channel. Anyone who hasn’t seen it – rest assured you are not alone.
Admittedly it is still early days, but 108 subscribers out of a claimed readership reach of over 130,000 marketing professionals (that’s 0.008% for you nerds) and just one “like” is hardly a resounding success, is it?
Like everyone else, I had actually missed the first episode of this fascinating insight into what makes the MW editorial team click. Good job, too, if the second is anything to go by, in which a rather bland news editor interviews an even duller features writer in a cupboard at Centaur Media HQ to “explore the latest marketing news”.
And I quote: “This week’s cover story is, er, about marketing, er, making money. Er, Johnny, would you, er, like to explain, er, why that is important?”
Now, I may be blonde, and maybe, just maybe, not the brightest girl in the world, but, er, isn’t that the point of, er, marketing, luv?

You can also follow Busty on Twitter @BustyIdol

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