15toFame.com: Now everyone has a chance at 15 minutes of pure fame.

by Mike
Posted December 31st, 2009 at 7:43 am

At some point or another in our lives, we’ve all sought out some way to become famous. Whether we were motivated by monetary dreams to the simple love of attention or anything in between, fame is one of those things that so many seek out yet fall short of. For good reason too. It’s hard getting noticed and appealing to a wide group of people. So how do you get your foot in the door?

A new site 15toFame looks to be a new tool in the tech minded individuals of the coming decade. The approach used is ingenious — fame seeking individuals or groups simply reserve 15-minute chunks of time on a particular day in which to have a video(s) of their’s looped.

The best part: it’s free.

15toFame isn’t looking at one upping YouTube in any way. In fact, the Verbiage on the site’s on FAQ section blatantly states they’d love users to make use of both sites. It’s quite simple — YouTube is widely known, popular, and saturated beyond belief making finding new talent a laborious and at times, difficult process. 15toFame is new with very users currently, giving each user and group a bigger chance of being seen. After being spotted on 15toFame, interested end users can go seek out the artist of choice on YouTube to continue exploring.

If you’ve always wanted to be that mega celeb or just wanted the stereotypical 15 minutes of fame, 15toFame looks to be one of your best options going in to 2010. Why not give it a shot? Better hurry, as word spreads those time slots will fill up quick!

Andy Warhol Februrary ‘68: “In the future, everyone will have their 15 minutes of fame…”

(Thanks, Stefano)

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