Why doesn't SME Sony Music Entertainment use Google/YouTube for revenue?
The vocal artists need to be paid, the music producers need to get paid, yet when I search for a video to promote a song, the only videos I can find now are from China. Why doesn't Sony Music embrace YouTube, have an official channel and disburse the revenues to their clients? This is simple business - are the SME execs simply not savvy on the Internet or did the attorneys intercede so they cannot make money?
What are you talking about? You see all those Ads on YouTube and Google? Some of them belongs to SME.It's used to generate traffic and get targeted visitors to buy products.I don't see why SME wouldn't utilize such an opportunity.Anything that is profitable is worth doing when it comes to business.The only way I see SME not utilizing Google and YouTube is if they don't have anything useful to deliver to the public,or they are some serious competitors(second one I really doubt).In fact, here is SME on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/sonybmg . They are using whatever means to generate profits as I thought.Hope this answers your questions.
The link you provided is what I was looking for. I have had several broken video links - with the excuse of a SME violation. I tried my best to pull authorized and official - now I know what to look for - thank you very much!
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