It may surprise you to know that there is more than one video sharing site on the Internet. There's no question that YouTube is the king of online video content, but it can be difficult for some content providers to get noticed there. It may be in your best interest to explore other sites out there that allow users to share brand-building videos for free online.
Here's a short list of video sharing sites and what they have to say about their communities and offerings.
Dailymotion- As one of the leading sites for sharing videos, Dailymotion attracts over 112 million unique monthly visitors and 2.5 billion videos views worldwide (source: ComScore, January 2013) offering the best content from users, independent content creators and premium partners.
Vimeo- In 2004, Vimeo was founded by a group of filmmakers who wanted to share their creative work and personal moments from their lives. As time went on, likeminded people discovered Vimeo and helped build a supportive community of individuals with a wide range of passions. Today, millions of people from all around the world enjoy Vimeo, and we're growing bigger every day.
Veoh- Veoh is now part of Qlipso, the revolutionary social content sharing company. Over the coming months, users and business partners will start to see more and more social features coming to one of the world's top video sites - Veoh.
Most video content providers don't use a single video sharing site. They upload their material to a number of sites to increase their chances of exposure. If video is a major part of your branding strategy, why not branch out and do the same?
Richard Ridley is an award-winning author and paid CreateSpace contributor.