I’m trying to figure out how I want to manage these other video accounts now. Ultimately, I want to run every video through my WordPress account here. But, it can be a little bit of an extra challenge though.
1. First, I will have 3 accounts for Vimeo. Each account offers 500 MB, for a total of 1.5 gigs of video. I will need to keep any videos I make under 10 minutes per week for each channel.
Vimeo also adds another challenge with HD. Under the free account, you are only allowed 1 HD video per week. So, that is something to think about.
Also, Vimeo can be embedded into WordPress very easily
2. Next I have Dailymotion which cannot be embedded in WordPress. Uploads are unlimited and HD, I believe. So, if I have any very long videos, then they can go to Dailymotion. But, when I add a Dailymotion video to WordPress, it will only be as a link, and you won’t be able to watch the video on the WordPress page.
3. ZeeklyTV is interesting. After successfully downloading 3 videos, I got denied. They might be a scam. They are constantly asking for money. I can see this as running like a good scam where they make it easy to upload a few videos, then tell you how they don’t have any more server space and need money.
4. When I want to review a book or product, I will submit it to Amazon.com. I’m not sure if I can post a link to the video review on WordPress though. Let me try here:
Ok, so I see the link shows up, but I can’t embed Amazon videos because it is also Blacklisted by WordPress.
5. I tried to upload a video to my Facebook account, but it failed to load for some reason. I don’t know if Facebook is very reliable for uploading videos to, although, I have seen many other people do it.
In conclusion, those are the 5 video upload websites that seem like reliable video upload sites.
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