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It is probably unfair to compare these two strategies for grassroots internet fundraising. But I will just for giggles. Revver pays content creaters based on placing ads on the videos and paying for the click thrus. For my Sharing Foundation campaign, I uploaded the campaign video into revver. (I got the idea here)
So, the campaign has earned $331 via widgets to facilitate contributions and $1.72 via Revver click thrus.
In all fairness, my campaign page at ChipIn can only really integrate YouTube at this point, so I haven't been able to consistently point people to Revver.
So, it seems to me that Revver is for the occassional viral video hit ... who would get ziltch from YouTube. Is that a sustainable model?