A couple years ago I began putting videos up on YouTube that I have used here on the blog. It’s a good way to store them online. Generally, my simple videos (made from a point and shoot Canon camera) are viewed (according to the stats on YouTube) anywhere from 10 to 200 times…a few get more views, and a very few get over 1,000 views.
However, one simple video I made has been building up through the thousands and is at this moment showing 29,981 views! Wow! Only 19 more views until it tops 30,000 views. Of course, as “viral” videos go on the Internet, this is nothing. Nonetheless, given that most videos never seem to reach 10,000 or even 1,000 views, that’s quite a small accomplishment! Apparently, the name “San Juan del Rio, QRO” was the attraction. Many Mexicans probably watched this video.
Well, anyway, I’ve posted it here a long time ago, and here it is again. If you haven’t viewed it on YouTube, maybe you could double-click it or click the link located just above it and view it directly on the YouTube site and help this video reach the 30,000 view count. (There are no ads and I don’t profit from your viewing, it’s just for fun to see the counter top the milestone.)
With only 19 more views to go, this one might reach it before you ever get around to clicking it!