Magma and Todays Hot Web Videos

May 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

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A new website named Magma will be opened to the online public in the coming weeks. It is currently undergoing testing through online invitation and is set to be a new entry into the hot web video online market or so it seems. It will try to put a new twist into how online users may be offered web videos.

A lot of people nowadays go online to watch videos. There are more popular sites such as Youtube, Vimeo and Hulu that people go to watch web videos. Currently, there are quite a number of such sites now available along with about thousands and thousands of online videos. But how will people be more able to watch the current hottest videos if they have to choose among thousands and thousands of them made available daily? This is where Magma will become helpful.

Magma will be a website where people can go and watch the hottest web videos now being searched online. It is not just merely the hottest videos on the website but those that people have been looking for through the whole online world. Magma collects and determines "must watch" videos that came from sites such as Twitter, Reddit and Digg. The site also contains a guide to the most popular videos from across a variety of online video sites- from Youtube to CollegeHumor.

Although Magma will not be the first site that will aggregate online videos from the whole online spectrum, it surely becomes one of the first to offer it in a simpler and understandable format. Magma also plans add a social networking service to the site that will allow its visitors to become members and then share their favorite online videos with others. Although it may not amount much for some people, Magma really offers a venue where online visits may be used as a means to kill some time.



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