many sites exist, but i haven't seen one that is a *very* successful active community except for the decentralized ones, which include an ecology of mailing lists, blogs, web services, software and meet-ups.
even ourmedia has relatively low activity on forums and groups.
james, you should consider a focus on sub-niches that make-up the whole of videoblogging.  Might have more success that way.

Good luck.


On 9/20/05, Adam Quirk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
n 9/20/05, James <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hello Im James

Hello James.

Forum no probelm, just the database to hold the videos and the funtionality of people
uploading the video and for the mob bolg site taking the videos via email. like or

Anyone with any ideas or sugestions? The site has to look top notch. is the place to go.  Very many great coders in there.

I can recommend a team of coders in Macedonia that use the screen name bubi1979.

Unsolicited advice:  These kind of sites are popping up almost weekly now, trying to become the place to go for the videoblogging community.  With so much competition, the site will have to be incredibly unique to be successful.  Even then, it will be hard to pull people away from their current favorite "community" places.  Not trying to discourage you, just letting you know what's out there so you don't make the mistake so many others are, of making the same thing over and over again.



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