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Can facebook watch replace Youtube?

Too many competition in silicon valley. Yesterday Myspace was replaced by Facebook, toady is Facebook watch vs YouTube. with adequate fact do you think facebook watch will eventually replaced YouTube  
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Answered: Bunu Helix 3 months ago
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No, am not sure cuz YouTube is more lucrative that people make money from it rather than Facebook or Facebook watch that won't even pay u

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Answered: Anonymous 3 months ago

Probably yes, both facebook and youtube has billions of users. facebook has more active users  than youtube bcos it chat. Most videos in Youtube was not uploaded for the case of earning money but to promote brand and attract more sales.

Digital marketers, tutors and comedians will prefer to use facebook to target more active people than Youtube. and in return, Youtube will start fading away until it vanishes just like myspace

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Answered: Wilson Michael 3 months ago
entrepreneur . Interested in politics,education,business,art,fashion.

firstly Facebook is a form of social media for chating while YouTube is mainly for watching video and both of them has billions of use, now back to the question whether Facebook watch will replace YouTube the answer is no but most people will prefer just to watch all the trending videos directly on Facebook watch than to first switch to YouTube.

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Answered: doubra emmanuel 3 months ago

No, am not sure because YouTube is more lucrative and is mainly for watching videos  that people make money from it rather than Facebook which is just a social media 

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Answered: precious eyo 6 days ago

no i don't thinks so!

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