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Posted 08 January 2017 - 06:07 PM

You may have opted to produce a video for a specific reason-maybe an exhibition, a discussion and even a fundraising occasion. While your preliminary function for you video might have passed, you can still get of mileage out of it. There are plenty of online outlets to showcase your video, and a number of them are free! Simply take a few moments to register to these sites and you're well on your way to promoting your companies through video: http://www.rmcomp.co...k=user&id=89564


YouTube is the grandfather of online video. Not only does it offer you a complimentary location to host your video, it likewise lets you embed it in other places, like your own website. YouTube has its own online search engine, so by tagging your video with keywords anyone interested in a subject related to your service can discover you with ease. YouTube likewise tracks the number of views your clip gets; whether it's viewed through YouTube itself or it's embedded in another site. Fantastic!


Twitter now has a sister website called TwitVid which is committed to the videos of Tweeters. When you upload a video on TwitVid, it generates an automatic Tweet directing your followers to view your video. Like YouTube, TwitVid has its own search engine so users can browse videos utilizing keywords.


Facebook lets you include videos to your individual profile or organisation fan page with ease. What makes Facebook great is that you can "tag" your Facebook friends in your videos. By tagging them, (even if they don't actually appear in the video) your video appears on your good friends' profiles, implying their Facebook good friends will see it also. It's an amazingly efficient method to get direct exposure.


Vimeo uses extremely high resolution playback however doesn't allow commercial material. However, if you have actually sponsored an instructional video or you're a non profit, Vimeo is another fantastic online outlet. Their Basic subscription is complimentary and their Plus membership (which features higher quality video and unlimited uploads) has a yearly cost.

No matter what initial format your video remains in, always, ALWAYS ask your editor to compress it for you for web use. You'll be happy you did.

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 10:25 PM


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