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May 19, 2016 The last time our list of 300+ video sharing sites was updated, the race for video dominance was still a very real possibility for many sites. Since then, some clear victors have emerged and the landscape has changed dramatically. A good chunk of those sites have since gone belly up or at the very least bowed out of the online video competition, so the following is a list of the most relevant places to post your video content today. All-In-One Video Sharing Sites like YouTube For the purposes of this post, we refer to video-on-demand as a service that allows viewers to watch content when they choose to do so. Aside from designated premium content that can only be accessed via a paywall, the overwhelming majority of video content on the following platforms are free to any user, across any device. Google took the time to build the most comprehensive site for posting videos online and it shows — YouTube is now the top video site in the world by a wide margin. Facebook Video video generates over somewhere in the neighborhood of 8 billion views per day. The social networking site also has a revenue share program for some creators, which makes it arguably the biggest video site outside of YouTube. Not only that, but Facebook is a true contender for the top spot down the road, if current trends continue. Although YouTube has a much larger audience, Vimeo is the place to target an audience that appreciates well-made creative films, rather than the short entertaining video clips that have become the hallmark of YouTube. This allows creators great flexibility with ad-free models. This trade-off comes with a yearly subscription fee to post to the on demand portion of the site. Dailymotion seems to be the community-first site that often gets left out of the online video race, but it has a great platform that is definitely worth utilizing for video. The site has a robust set of analytics for creators, a revenue sharing program and a content ID system for combating copyright violations. Like YouTube, you are required to have an account to upload or comment, but you can watch video there just fine without one. Mobile Video Centric Apps Advances in mobile technology have not only led to massive consumption of video across smartphones, and tablets, they have also facilitated a whole range of new mobile-centric, single-purpose video apps. Vine As YouTube moved away from short-form content, Twitter owned rose up to fill that void. It can certainly be used as a home platform, but since it has no direct way to monetize it, it lends well to starting a conversation and connecting with audiences off platform. Vine is also a great place for well-timed content. If something is trending in social, becoming a part of that conversation is easy with a short vine. The last reported number of active users was 40 million in 2013. Vine also reported in ear

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