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Upload your video to several sites at once with Hey!Spread

If you want to get your video seen, really seen, then chances are you upload it to a couple of different video sharing sites. But who has the time to do that? We wrote about TubeMogul in July, a site that allows you to upload your video to a bunch of sites at once, and now we've come across Hey!Spread another site that will do all your dirty work for you. Hey!Spread is from the same company that...

Revver has paid video producers $1 million in 1 year

Today marks the 1 year anniversary since video sharing site Revver emerged from beta status. And by some remarkable coincidence, the site has also paid out exactly $1 million to content creators and distributors in that year. While we're certain they're fudging the numbers by just a whee bit (come on, they probably hit the $1 million mark weeks ago, or are going to in a few weeks), it's still a...

Where do we get those wonderful toys - photos of tech offices

Ever look out across the expanse of cubicles filling your office workspace and wonder how much cooler it must be to work at a place like Digg, Revver, or Twitter? Wonder no more. Office Snapshots is a blog with a purpose: to show you the insides of web 2.0 and technology company offices. It's kind of one of those "why didn't we think of it" blogs. The folks behind the site aren't running all...

Sonific launches new network for bands, songwriters and labels

Sonific, the Web service that creates SongSpots, embedded music streaming widgets that can be inserted into most Web pages, blogs or community sites, has just launched a new angle on the application - a music network that will allow bands, songwriters and labels to upload their own music. Since its beta launch, Sonific has shown itself to be a pretty cool web app, but the service suffered from a...

Short on cash? Post a video on YouTube

Answering the challenge brought by sites such as Revver, Google's YouTube is looking to launch a revenue sharing model for top posters on the popular video sharing web site. While YouTube is still the most dominant force in online video sharing, sites like Revver have attracted top video posters by offering to share in revenue from advertising on the site. However, unlike Revver's service,...

Video sharing quality compared

YouTube is the de facto standard for video sharing on the web, but there are a lot of other options out there. But other features aside, which one offers the best video quality? While Life Goggles doesn't actually answer that question for you, it does gives you side-by-side comparisons of eight major video sharing sites' embedded players so you can judge for yourself. I've been squinting at them...

DV Guru compares 10 video sharing services

Lately I've been enjoying "House of Cosbys" on YouTube, but I know there are a bunch of video sharing sites out there. DV Guru shakes down 10 contenders, ranking appeal, interface, editing, and sharing for each. I'd never heard of Revver, which is pretty much like Google Video but with a lot more suck (and not tied to a market leading search engine). I'm a fan of Videoegg as well,...

Download videos from Google, YouTube with KeepVid

I've seen a number of sites that let you directly download videos from sites like Google and YouTube, but KeepVid beats the rest with its nice design, easy-to-remember URL, and its ability to download not only from the big guys but also with about three dozen other video sites like iFilm, Vimeo, Putfile, Revver, and MySpace. It's also got a handy FAQ that offers some help in dealing with those...