It’s a hunting ground becoming more competitive each year, Netflix can be working online to show the power of original content. Customer survey reviewed by Protocol indicates that the company is considering building a platform called N-Plus.
“N-Plus is a future online platform where you can learn more about your favorite Netflix shows and anything related to them,” the company says of the project. The document indicates that the headquarters may include items such as Podcast, what about playlists.
Of the three, Netflix provides the most guidance on how best to work. This research shows that you can create your favorite video lists on TV and videos and share them online. Netflix’s approach to the project demonstrates that the company can use it to bring in new customers for the project. “If viewers are not members, they can only see the trailer for the show,” the document states. Playlists can also include music support.
Part of this research means that N-Plus users can choose the future of Netflix technology. “Learn about a pre-planned (pre-planned) demonstration and encourage its development and feedback before filming,” he says.
When Protocol affiliated with Netflix for N-Plus, a spokesman for the promotional giant said the company likes to check their customers on the speculation going on in secret. As such, do not take this survey as proof that we are seeing Netflix launch online for its startup. That said, it should be noted that Netflix already uses platforms like Twitter and YouTube to promote upcoming events, albeit some more. niche media channels have strong results. It would not be fair for the company to try to test their interest differently.
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