Here's How YouTube Will FINALLY Turn A Profit In 2010

Each week, 14% of YouTube views are of videos with advertisements.

This may not seem like a vast figure, but analysts tell the New York Times that YouTube will be finally be profitable in 2010, bringing in $450 million in revenue.

How come the breakthrough?

The trick is, YouTube has finally figured out how to pay content owners a split of the ad revenue, even when their videos are uploaded by random users who didn’t seek permission first.

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