Where do I go when I want to watch video clips on Plett? The obvious answer is YouTube, isn’t it? Well, yes and no. YouTube probably hosts the largest number of video clips on the planet, so it makes sense that if you’re looking for a video you’ll find it there. But once you’re on YouTube, that’s when you search has only just begun. Try sifting through the billions of hours of video footage and you could be in for a long afternoon, so you’d better have enough popcorn ready.
Speaking of which, popcorn is good for cleaning your teeth. Not so good for your blood pressure if you like it salty like I do! But I digress. We’re here to discuss video clips and how to find them. And that’s where PlettTube enters the conversation. Plett what? Well, chances are if you’re reading this article you’ve heard of Plett, the peaceful seaside town that everyone from locals to holiday makers to foreigners like to call home (or at least their second home). If you’ve visited Plett, you’ll feel like a local and you’ll want to come back. Apologies, once again I’m having difficulty staying on topic. The videos: You’re searching for clips on Plett and YouTube is looking like the proverbial haystack. Enter PlettTube, the only web resource dedicated to showing quality videos about our awesome holiday village.
So, who is PlettTube aimed at? Well, it’s for the holidaymaker who’s planning a trip to Plett and wondering what activities are on offer. It’s for the couple planning a weekend getaway who want to visit during a wine festival. It’s for the sporting enthusiast who’s preparing for a cycle race in the area. But it’s also just for the annual visitor who needs a mid-year fix of that Plett feeling. All they need to do is visit www.pletttube.com and they’ll find a bunch of quality videos for every category you can think of.
And it’s for you! The person who just wants to share their Plett experience with the world; because PlettTube allows you to register and share your YouTube and Vimeo clips on it. And once you’ve registered you can comment on videos, like, and share them on Facebook and other social media.
But the best part about it is you don’t need two hands to watch video clips on PlettTube - you just need one hand to click. This allows your other hand to concentrate on the snacks… so it looks like you’ll need that batch of popcorn after all!