This humble YouTube Short blasts off like a cat riding a double rainbow.
Out in the millions-verse, it pulls many of your previous, half-baked experiments into audience numbers you've never experienced, or expected.
It wasn't that long ago, really, that you even started testing vertical, short-form video.
Anyway, here's the script, pasted directly from your commodity TextEdit file:
3Dfiti combines 3D printing, CGI, Guerrilla Art, and Social Media, with a side order of gamification.
Each model is printed using recycled PLA plastic, and planted in a public space, held in place using a good fit or a magnet.
Then the item is featured, with a map, in short videos on social platforms.
Whoever scans the QR code first can claim it and take it away.
That’s why 3dfiti is an inspiration to placemakers, because…
- The text ends with "because..." so that the video will loop on YouTube. It's supposed to make it feel kind of round. Not sure it works.
- How do you like: "astonishing"? It doesn't feel like an overused word on YouTube. Like, "awesome."
For more information on 3Dfiti, go to: https://3dfiti.com
TubeBuddy, the YouTube advisory service that offered you a free trial, suggested some alternate titles:
- * 3d Printing, Cgi, And Guerrilla Art Combine In This Astonishing Project
- * This Astonishing Project Blends 3d Printing, Cgi Guerrilla Art, And Social Media
- * 3d Printing, Cgi, And Guerrilla Art Join Forces In This Astonishing Project!
- * 3d Printing, Cgi, And Guerrilla Art Combine In This Astonishing Social Media Project
- * Stunning Project: 3d Printing + Cgi Guerrilla Art + Social Media
- * This Incredible Project Combines 3d Printing, Cgi, Guerrilla Art, And Social Media
- * This Astonishing Project Will Make You Look Twice!
(The TubeBuddy algorithm also likes "astonishing".)
Oh yeah, here's the video: