So you’ve made it to a point where you’re happy with video editing and want the world to be aware of how cool your place is, how awesome your last travel was, or how warm was the atmosphere during your last dinner, or just want to drop a video on the net about how crazy time you spent during your last party … Hmmm, I personally left my computer online all-night long to upload a e hour video that I already encoded to FLV format into a blip.tv account … and I’m not blaming blip.tv (or youtube.com if you want a more familiar brand) since it’s mainly due to the bandwidth that Madagascar has.
But since you want your video to be pushed to all the video communities that you are part of (does the following sounds familiar to you: youtube.com, dailymotion.com, blip.tv, …): up to now, the only solution I am aware of is to upload to each of those sites, but, hey, uploading one is already a pain so why would you bother uploading to multiple accounts? But there is a solution that you may want to consider: tubemogul.com that defines itself as:
TubeMogul is a free service that provides a single point for deploying uploads to the top video sharing sites, and powerful analytics on who, what, and how videos are being viewed. TubeMogul tracks rich, standardized analytics far beyond “views,” including per-second audience dropoff, audience geography and much more.
Yes, uploading a video from Madagascar is painful. But, hey, video is a buzz-generator and should be considered, especially if you are working in the travel-field.Moreover, you may have a different set of friends and communities at youtube and dailymotion, … and the tracking feature is awesome as you know which channel works most for your campaign.
Sounds nice? Do you consider using this service? Have you used this service? If so, I’d be happy to hear about your experience