So, I've been thinking about a new software lately. A lot of people have failed with this, because they lack certain components. Basically, users would be paid to act as a perfectly normal visitor... to search a keyword on YouTube, click a YouTube video, watch 90-100% of it (you specify), then ~10% of them will be prompted to like the video or some sort of reasonable ratio, and then everyone will exit the tab. Each viewer will be paid like $0.10. This is expensive when looking at thousands of views, and that's why I'm asking beforehand. I think it'd only be worthwhile in less traffic niches. What do you guys think? Would any of the big YT guys on here be interested in this? I'm talking to the guys who drop $100, $1000, or more into monthly YT promotions. This would all be done in real browsers, and done with real viewers, nothing would be fake, therefore, no footprints.