Which video host you choose can have a big impact on how your video is seen and performs. Here are some tips to help you decide which video hosting is right for you.
Easy Video Suite (EVS) is the updated version of Easy Video Player, (EVP) a system developed by Josh Bartlett to record, edit, publish, upload, host, play and market with video online. Easy Video Suite launches this week. (Written Jan 14, 2013.) Is it worth the hype you’ve no doubt been bombarded with? In a word, […]
Easy Video Player is a popular internet marketing product. But is it a scam? Or is it worth the price? Here is an objective review and demonstration of Easy Video Player software.
Although I love YouTube, it’s also true that relying on them exclusively for online video hosting is NOT a good idea. In short, you have little or no control over your account and getting banned with no recourse is a distinct possibility.
Tube Mogul is a site where you can upload your video once, then have it automatically sent out to a dozen different video sharing sites. This will save you about a half day’s worth of work per video you upload.
A quick look at the videos uploaded onto clipshack show everything from teenage girls lip-synching and dancing (very poorly I might add) to clips of giggling babies.
Brightcove online video management platform, has developed one of the premiere online video management services. They spent millions upon millions of dollars to develop a reliable, easy-to-use video hosting and distribution service for businesses who are serious about using video online.
Never fear, videos with names like “Hot Chick Gets Snake Message,” are just a click away. BoFunk is an online video sharing site with a target audience of teenagers.
Blogger.com also provides a widget you can add to your blog to constantly update video content automatically based on keywords you select. Videos are taken from the vast inventory of YouTube.
Blog.com is not just for video, in fact, just glancing through set-up instructions, they emphasize still photos albums and posts more than video posts. Many of these blogs lack any video at all which means your competition is less.
If youâ€™re trying to find an audience for your internet video Liveleak.com is a great site but they fiercely defend their right to only accept videos they feel fit with their mission. So if youâ€™re too commercial, chances are LiveLeak will reject your video.
There are about two-hundred video sharing sites today. Five years ago there were none! So obviously video sharing is a popular and rapidly
growing segment of the Internet.