Now that I have a new camcorder I'm going to hit all the theme parks here in Orlando and take videos for my tourist site. I'm going to have like 10 or so a week, a LOT!
So besides youtube, which I use, what are other good places I can put Disney type videos on? There must be dozens of places. Any suggestions?
You could try Revver.com
I can't say much about it as I have only just started checking it out, but they do have a revenue sharing program.
Try tubemogul.com and join all the available video sharing sites within your account and you can post new videos to a few video sites all at once, this is what I've recently started to do!!
I made a list here recently:
http://hubpages.com/hub/how-can-i-promo … e-for-free
There are dozens of them, but I found signing up for Animoto allows you to upload from youtube or them instead of down and uploading. This is a few and I have more on my article.
Some of them will not accept certain content though.
Are the main tourists you're targetting happen to be vietnamese?
Use Revver.. you'll even get paid to post your videos as well
I know this one has been mentioned before but I just wanted to chime in and recommend dailymotion. It is better than youtube
Great places, I'll be busy checking them all out. I intend to make hundreds of videos this year of all the theme parks and Orlando attractions.
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