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    In January 1996, Bill Gates published an essay titled ‘Content is king’. Seeing where content is right now in the online space, you won’t be wrong in calling Bill Gates a soothsayer. But he couldn’t have foreseen the kind of content that would dominate the online space: video. Videos have a hegemonic online presence. But, why video? People are more inclined to watch a video.

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