I'd say under 5 is excellent. 8-10 minutes is the limit. More than 10
minutes has to have a lot of great content.

I love very short vlogs, 2-4 minutes.

On 3/10/06, hpbatman7 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have noticed a lot of short="good"  what is considered "short"
> under 5 minutes?
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> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Stephanie Bryant"
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > On 3/10/06, hpbatman7 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > >  Honestly, if
> > > > someone isn't funny, I eventually stop watching their personal
> vlog.
> > > > Why? Well, to be honest, I get enough of everyday people being
> very
> > > > everyday in the rest of my life.
> > >
> > > That's interesting..........funny is important to me as well but
> not
> > > as important as I orginaly thought. And sometimes I like ordinary
> not
> > > everyday but I find it interesting meeting new people, maybe
> that's
> > > why I kinda like "the ordinary", but I agree that after a
> while......
> >
> > Yes, when I started, I liked watching everything, because it was
> > endlessly fascinating to watch strangers' lives. I'm more selective
> > now. I still subscribe to a bunch of vlogs that I don't watch much
> of.
> >
> > > > Caveat: If it's the vlog of someone I've met in person, or
> gotten to
> > > > know elsewhere, then it's automatically interesting enough to
> watch.
> > > > But not necessarily interesting enough to show other people.
> > >
> > > I would think the opposite would be true, at least for me, and
> don't
> > > you think that in a way you do get to know people from there
> vlogs?
> > > Especialy if they do share their lives.
> >
> > I do, which is why I subscribe to vlogs that I don't watch. I
> > subscribe for a while, decide if I'm watching them regularly enough.
> > If not, then I eventually take them off my main vlog subscriptions.
> >
> > Oh, and I'd second the "short = good" comment. The longest vlog I
> > subscribe to is Icenrye, and I have to say, I think it could be
> about
> > 1/4 the length. Frequently, a lot of it (20 minutes or more) is him
> > just talking to the camera, which could be done just as well in text
> > or even audioblog format on the site, and then save the video
> download
> > MB's for the stuff that's actual video. BUT, I keep it as an example
> > of "long-format videoblogging." Unfortunately, it takes a very long
> > time to download, and for power  settings reasons, I can't just
> leave
> > my downloads running overnight.
> >
> > --Stephanie
> >
> > --
> > Stephanie Bryant
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Blogs, vlogs, and audioblogs at:
> > http://www.mortaine.com/blogs
> >
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