Video Distribution and Automated Submission Services

Video Distribution Services to Try - and Some to Avoid

Here are some video distribution and multiple video upload services and software applications (some free, some have user fees or membership requirements) compared.

Quick Tip: try TubeMogul, Hey! Spread, Mpoint, Video Optimize - but skip Traffic Geyser, ContentBuzz, and Video Wildfire.

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TubeMogul.com

TubeMogul.com

Provides a single point for uploading your videos to reach top video sharing sites. Their free service level allows for unlimited storage, deployment of up to 100 videos per month, and free analytics on who, what, and how videos are being viewed.

Pricing: The free version has great features and is well worth trying. The pro version will cost you $500/month to upload (up to) 500 videos per month, but it also supports bigger file sizes for upload / file download / retreival, offers data export, and priority customer support.

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Hey! Spread

HeySpread.com

Straightforward site, no high-pressure sales tactics. Uploads to Blip, Dailymotion, Facebook, Metacafe, Myspace, Photobucket, Sclipo, Veoh, Viddler, Vsocial, Yahoo, Youtube.

Pricing: Pay as you go. Purchase credits for $0.05 each. You must purchase a minimum of 1,000 credits ($50.00). Uploading one video to one source costs 1 credit. There are additional charges for watermarking videos, enabling and manually getting stats. This ala cart system allows you to purchase only the services you need when you need them.

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Video Optimize

VideoOptimize.com

Information on this site is a little tedious to navigate - instead of text based answers, FAQs are provided in short video clips.

If you are looking for hands-on, customized attention, Video Optimize may be able to help you develop a successful viral video marketing campaign. This low-pressure sales site also offers free webinars to learn more about video marketing.

Prices: Pricing depends on your campaign and rates vary depending upon the competitiveness of the market and targets you select.

Try. More

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SENuke

SENuke

Upload to YouTube, Google Video, Blip TV, Daily Motion, Yahoo! Video, Veho + 45 other sites.

Pricing: Download free, but premium membership costs $47.00/month.

SENuke has been accused of using blackhat SEO strategies and making false claims through their aggressive multi-level marketing (MLM) tactics. Many of the SENuke reviews you read online are posted by MLMers who stand to gain financially if you click through and purchase SENuke.

Annoying Sales Pitches but Decent Features - Possibly Try Free Version (don't forget to cancel or you will be charged.) More

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Video Upload Pro

Video Pro Upload

Video Upload Pro is Windows software run from your own computer. While it is easy to use, the software does not provide analytical data - which I consider a major shortcoming. Another con is that the software currently only supports 18 sites. Also missing: video migration to transfer video directly across different sites.

Price: One-time purchase price of $95.00 (as of 01/19/2010.) Upgrades are free.

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