Is You Tube The ONLY Place To Store Your Videos?

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Do you think YouTube is the only place to store your videos?

Think again. Even tho YT is popular to use from a marketing standpoint, storing your videos there is a questionable idea.

Why?

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Because YT censors your videos and you run the risk of having them deleted at YT’s discretion. Not good. So, another backup is really a good idea so you always have your videos – no matter the topic, they won’t be discarded.

The program I use is Screencast.com. There are several other programs out there for video storage and can be pricy. I discovered Screencast through using the Camtasia Video Creation and Editor software by TechSmith. Screencast is also pwned by TechSmith/

I’ve used them for years and love it. There are several options:

  • you can share videos or not
  • you can embed them in your blog posts
  • you can upload your logo
  • It’s a great program to use if you’re creating an information program

There is a fee. I pay 9.95 per month which is very low compared to other storage programs  on the internet (no, I’m not and affiliate).

 

Check it out, try it, let me know what you think…

Lesly Federici

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Is You Tube The ONLY Place To Store Your Videos?

  1. Hey Mandy,
    I started to use Amazon S3, but have been very happy with this program. I’ve used it to set up a series of videos for training and it’s a good solution. Never had a problem with them..

  2. This sounds like a fair deal, Lesly. I use Youtube but lots use Amazon S3 and they had a big crash yesterday that left many people in trouble. Always great to hear of different options and peoples experience of them.

    Enjoy the journey!

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