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Good Websites To Share Videos?

Discussion in 'Strategies & Technique Advice' started by Scootakip [Lana], Mar 10, 2017.

  1. Scootakip [Lana]
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    Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew of any good websites where I could share my videos.
    I don't have an active Twitter following, so sharing to Twitter doesn't seem to be too helpful for me.
     
  2. Brandon
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    Hey Lena, I use Vid.Me alongside YouTube. While it won't necessarily drive more subscribers to your YouTube channel, since vid.me is it's own community, it will drive interest to your brand and in return, if interested, will open up the possibility for users to seek out your YouTube channel and subscribe to you there. They even have a handy "Subscribe" button on every vid.me profile that lets them subscribe to your vid.me and YouTube :)
     
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  3. Dave2017
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    Never heard of this site. I will check it out thank you
     
  4. AmuseYourBrain
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    Great, I also did not know for it. Thank you very much. Will check it
     
  5. Loery Potpie
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    There's this website called sharree.com. It is great. They have a community and you can share your videos. The good thing is, you can pay them to get higher on the list of shared videos. For 15 dollars you can get your video there for a month or so. I got a lot of subs because of it. The only problem is that it also got a lot of spammers.
     
  6. TechSpotJosh
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    Unopinion.com is a new website that can get you traffic if you want to spend time giving other YouTubers some feedback. You earn credits by giving feedback and use them to receive feedback on your videos.
     
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    What does that mean, "it got a lot of spammers"? Does that mean your YouTube comments section was being spammed, or what? Thanks.
     
  8. TechSpotJosh
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    I think I can answer your question. On sharree you earn credits like you do on here for making posts. I've paid to have some of my videos pinned to get more traffic to them but it seems like people are abusing the system and just leaving comments without watching. Don't get me wrong most of the commenters have watched some of your video but usually just enough so their comment has some context to it. I have had people comment on the thumbnail and title alone which was a dead giveaway that they didn't watch the video. The watch times are pretty low for sharree too.
     
  9. Free Commercial Use Music
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    i just had a look at the site...looks not bad, only weird thing is the agreement before you upload.

    "By submitting the following video to the Odd Wall channel, I hereby acknowledge that I grant http://youtube.com/oddwall and http://sharree.com a perpetual non-exclusive world-wide license (not ownership) to display, promote, monetize, or modify my videos for commercial use"
     
  10. TechSpotJosh
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    That's fine in my opinion. All of my content is stolen *cough cough* ugh, borrowed under the defense of fair use. I do a news/review show. I review the news. It's also a parody which is another defense. Essentially if someone makes a copyright claim against me I can easily fight it if I don't have to go to court (I think all I have to do is make my claim directly to YouTube and if they still decline then I would have to take it to court / take down my video if I can't afford to.)
     

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