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May 30, 2008

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Alexis

Hi,
Video sharing is all the rage those days. We all want to share our videos, to share our passions and the things we like. There are so many sites around to publish our videos on the web that it is sometimes hard to make a choice. We know some of them like YouTube, Revver or Dailymotion, but there are so many others competing to be the number one, or targeting a specific audience, whether geographically (China, Japan, Turkey...), by language (German, Arabic, French...) or for the kind of content they enable to publish (cooking, planes, extreme sports...).
I have compiled a growing list of more than 600 video sharing sites and video search engines that you can check at http://www.ilikesharingvideos.com/video-sharing-sites/en/
For each of them, you will get useful information such as their history, the country from which most of their visitors come, their niche, their rank, their latest news...
This site offers some other interesting features, like a list of video search engines, a forum about online videos, how to make money with your videos, how to create your own YouTube site.
So if you are interested in video search engines, publishing your own videos, or even online video marketing, give an eye to this site, it worths it.
Cheers

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Patrick Williams

Video marketing is really becoming a viable tool among all other online avenues. Many companies are using Youtube and other video-sharing sites for mini-commercials, testimonials, and infomercials. Companies have realized that if they are not blogging, video-sharing and such that they will be left in the dust by their competitors.
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Sometimes I watch videos on YouTube. They can be a little addicting if you watch one, where YouTube has the "related videos" on the side. However, I never realized that YouTube had an audience size that was comparable to that of the Super Bowl.

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