While major sites like YouTube and Vimeo remain important, here are a few additional sites to keep in mind as you build your video distribution network:
- 5min (www.5min.com)—Tutorial videos shorter than five minutes in duration.
- Bing (www.bing.com)—Microsoft’s new search engine has a video directory.
- Brightcove (www.brightcove.com)—A paid service that lets you target many outlets including mobile phones.
- Dailymotion (www.dailymotion.com)—A broad interest site that also has distribution to many mobile devices.
- GrindTV (www.grindtv.com)—A site for extreme sports videos.
- Howcast (www.howcast.com)—The site specializes in educational videos and offers applications for both the Android and
- iFood.TV (www.ifood.tv)—A site all about food.
- Sclipo (www.sclipo.com)—A paid site that offers e-learnin systems.
- Streetfire (www.streetfire.com)—A site for automobile enthusiasts.
- StupidVideos (www.stupidvideos.com)—A site for humorous videos.
- Videojug (www.videojug.com)—The site only offers “factual” content rather than entertainment.
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