Distribute your videos on the Internet the easy way Video
Distribute your videos on the Internet the easy way Video Transcript
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>> Looking to get your videos out on the Internet to the most eyeballs possible? I'm Brian Tong with cnet.com and in today's Quick Tip we'll show you how Tubemogul.com might end up being your new best friend. Now I have a video that I made while I was out on vacation and I want to get it out to people so first create an account and you'll be ready to go. You know there are tons of internet video services out there like YouTube, V-Mail and many more but Tubemogul makes it easy by doing all the work for you and it's free. Now you'll primarily hang out in the dashboard tab and the first step is to upload a video. I'll find my clip on my desktop and select it. While your video uploads, you'll want to enter in all the appropriate video information below. Now once you've done that click upload. Then you'll be taken to a page that offers a list of all the video sites Tubemogul can send your video to. All you have to do is enter in your user name and password for those sites, hit the launch button at the bottom and Tubemogul does the rest. It also allows you to track video statistics, to see how many views they received and how that traffic has changed over time. Pretty slick stuff. So there you go, I'm Brian Tong with cnet.com and there's your Quick Tip for getting all your videos on the internet the easy way. User wide.
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