Put Video On The Internet

by Randall Magwood 0 replies
Are you looking to put video on the internet? If so, then you’re making a wise decision. When you put video on the internet, you have the opportunity to take your video and make it viral. Millions of people flock to Youtube on a monthly basis to view videos that they’re interested in and your video could potentially be one of the videos that people flock to.

No matter what your reason is to put video on the internet, you can stand to get alot of traffic from it. One thing you want to make sure of however is that you upload your video in flash video format. When you upload your video in flash video format, users don’t have to wait until the entire video is downloaded. If you don’t know what I mean by this, then let me explain.

You see in the past if you tried to upload a WMV or AVI video to the web, you had to wait until the entire video was downloaded in order to view it. Some of these videos were extremely large and it seemed impractical for a user to have to wait for a download for a video that was only 3-5 minutes long.

Then flash video came along and totally solved this problem. When you put video on the internet, you will want to upload it in flash video format. Flash video format comes in SWF or FLV format and both solutions allow users to view the video file without having the entire video to be downloaded first. The video is streamed to the user and you view the video as it is loaded.

This provides for a faster and better experience for the user. Plus, the file size of flash videos are extremely small compared to AVI and WMV video formats, so you don’t tie up a user’s internet connection bandwidth all in one file. If you’re looking to put video on the internet, then your best bet is to upload your videos in flash format.

There are alot of video converters that you can use to convert your AVI or WMV videos into flash video format. Almost all of these solutions are paid solutions and range from $50-$100. Are these programs worth it to put video on the internet? I think so, but it all depends on what you’re using the video for.

If you’re an internet marketer, then more than likely paying $50-$100 for a solution such as this will be worth it. You will see that you will recoup your investment in no time at all especially if your marketing strategy is sound. If you’re looking to put video on the internet for fun, paying this much for a solution would still be a viable option for you to do.

It all depends on what you’re using your video for. If you’re doing it for business, then yeah, spend the money to get the software. But if you want to play around with putting up videos on the net, then you need to make a more conscious decision. Stick with what your gut says, and you will be good to go.

Be sure to use this information to put video on the internet.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Randall Magwood is one of the most respected and highly-regarded online marketing experts on the internet. He has a website about internet marketing that helps small business owners learn how to market their business online simply and easily. To learn more, visit his website here: http://www.internetmarketing-rules.com
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