Techspan ‘How To Weld Plastics’ hits 2 million views

Learn how to weld plastics on Youtube

Plastic Fabrication – Plastic Repairs
Once upon a time we ran half day courses in hot air plastic welding. These days it has become difficult to get enough numbers to run such courses. We still do, but by prior arrangement, and in general for small class numbers. However today, the internet has changed that..

Being able to upload video content to the internet it seemed logical to do something that would be informative, but also a way to help market our brand in the market. Because lets face it, we are in business to make money. But we did not expected to find one of our early instructional videos would become so widely viewed globally.

“It wasn’t particularly flash either” said Tim Fastnedge, marketing and sales director at Techspan. “Its certainly not rocket science, but we wanted to ensure our methods were explained well. After all, most of our customers require structurally strong welding results, so we show standard DVS welding standards during our welding demos.”

As a result we have become known globally to all and sundry. Including our competitors. And watching others follow our lead is particularly satisfying, said Tim. Its been quite interesting watching the comments being left. Everything imaginable it would seem.

YouTube was created by three PayPal employees as a video-sharing website where users could upload, share and view content. The Internet domain name ” www.youtube.com ” was activated on Monday, February 14, 2005. As of February 2017, there were more than 400 hours of content uploaded to YouTube each minute, and one billion hours of content being watched on YouTube every day. As of October 2020, YouTube is the second-most popular website in the world, behind Google, according to Alexa Internet. As of May 2019, more than 500 hours of video content are uploaded to YouTube every minute.

Techspan’s Instructional How to Weld Plasitcs video hits over 2 million views (on 2nd November 2020)

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