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Virool Helps Zach Sobiechs Clouds Get Over 1M Views(January 16, 2013)
(PRWEB) January 16, 2013
A leader in promoting and distributing videos for individuals and businesses hoping to optimize their online presence, Virool is proud to announce that it is providing its services to help terminally ill cancer patient Zach Sobiech reach two million views on YouTube. The company has made a pledge on its blog. Diagnosed at age 14 with a very rare form of bone cancer known as osteosarcoma, Zach has a life expectancy of less than a year. Zach, now 17, has recorded a YouTube video featuring his performance of his own song Clouds, as a way of saying goodbye to his loved ones. As a way of giving back, Virool has decided to show the video to over 250,000 people through its network and get them inspired by Zachs message. Already, the company helped the video cross 1M view mark and is on track to get it over 2M views.
Virool has established itself as an effective, low-cost service for companies and other parties who need to promote their videos. The companys service has two main branches. The first is aimed at advertisers who would like to maximize the number of quality hits on their videos, while the second is intended for owners of blogs, social games and iPhone apps who can monetize their sites by hosting Virool videos. Advertisers may adjust their campaign according to the budget available and the demographic groups they wish to target. Meanwhile, website owners host videos relevant to their users, allowing them to earn money as video publishers.
Founded in 2011, Virool promotes videos across a wide range of social media platforms and websites, helping clients reach the largest audience possible. This privately held company is based in San Francisco, California.
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