YouTube Challenger Offers Cash For Videos

When there's nothing on TV, there's always YouTube. But the popular video service might be facing some stiff competition in the form of The attracting aspect of the service is its claim to share a percentage of site revenue based on the number of viewers a video attracts.

"Analysts will want to know whether eefoof can sustain itself by cutting videographers in on revenues. But at a time when many video-sharing sites are looking for compelling content, the payment offer could give Eefoof an edge in attracting superior videos."

On a side note, I hope everyone had a great 4th of July!