Best Depository for Video

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  • #6556
    Don Sturgill
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    >Facebook now allows live video. The session saves to your timeline.
    >Google+ allows the same, but can post to YouTube.
    >My GetResponse account has a webinar function that hosts video
    >YouTube, Wistia, Vimeo… you name it.

    Where is the best place to host a series of videos for your niche topic? Pros and Cons?

    #6558
    Trevor Dumbleton
    Participant

    For a series of videos I’d go with YouTube or if I was in control freak mode a paid service or my own website.

    Facebook is up and coming but don’t know how you’d use it for a series.

    Keep local copies, do it first, test and tweak later if needed!

    #6564
    Donna Walsh
    Participant

    I’d go with YouTube. I think you will get better response.

    #6565
    Rick Smith
    Participant

    Don –

    >My GetResponse account has a webinar function that hosts video

    I didn’t know this. I’m also using GetResponse.

    #6569
    Don Sturgill
    Participant

    Yes, Rick. I played with it a bit yesterday. Really cool. It starts at the Pro plan level.

    #6588
    Rick Smith
    Participant

    Don –

    Looks like up to 100 attendees for $40 per month and up to 500 attendees for $99 per month.

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