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Early this morning at approximately 7:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, it was reported that YouTube.com was not working. This created the many visitors to be unable to view some of their favorite videos or able to upload newer ones. This not only affected individuals that enjoy taking a look at funny videos, but it also affected those that were posting videos such as for training purposes. The one company that was affected was The Content Authority. This company, which is known for its excellent delivery of content for online businesses, bloggers, and websites, which preparing to post its new YouTube video to show new customers help to use their very easy system to order content and web based articles.
The Content Authority: Ordering Articles Guide
The Content Authority has utilized YouTube.com in the past, very successfully. They not only have used it to help educate the consumer but have provided excellent training videos for their writers and link builders. This company is one of the preferred providers of content, which also offers competitive pricing, as well as does not charge additional processing fees. They have the flexibility in which they can handle just about any customer order. There is no cost to register for account. The company not only offers written articles, but also provides link building, as well as additional SEO services.
The problem with YouTube.com was taken care of and the site was back up within an hour to an hour and a half. The Content Authority was able to successfully post its video. There did not seem to be any difficulty with the upload and the video has been updated and is ready to be viewed by existing and prospective customers. The video shows customers how to place an order. The company will also be releasing a press release in the near future about an upcoming incentive program.
YouTube, experienced technical difficulties today, Thursday, March 25, 2010. It was reported by numerous users that an error was displayed stating that there was an internal server error. Users from all around the world experienced similar situations. This comes a day after the highly used Wikipedia system was down due to an overheating issue. There has been no comment from the folks at Google. Just seems to be a bit curious since some of these systems are experiencing difficulties with a variety of highly used sites. The system was down for approximately an hour to an hour and a half for many users. This also affected those that were looking to link a variety of YouTube videos to their website content.
Google purchased YouTube back in 2006 for $1.65 billion. A spokesman for the company said that they were looking into it and apologized to any users that were unable to use the site. This site is utilized by millions to look at some of their favorite videos as well as be able to upload their own. This comes at a time as Google is involved in a freedom of speech issue in China and may be removing the Google browser and search engine from the Chinese market. It appears as though the issue of freedom of speech, and the issue of privacy will become under additional scrutiny as Internet users for a variety of social media’s and outlets continue to rise for dramatically.
YouTube users are allowed to post just about any kind of video, as well as view any of the videos they wish. Many times these videos are also used by SEO marketers, such as The Content Authority in order to further develop their web-based content. Many popular posting sites such as WordPress and Squidoo allow you to post videos to further explain your product or content. Most of the YouTube users stated that they were able to sign back on. However, there were also reports that some areas were still affected by the internal errors.