Twenty online video sites and more on the way? Focused on the short and sweet – 100 MB and/or 5 minutes – these sites hark back to the early days of film when all movies were short.
You’ll probably find the Cheat Sheet useful more for the list of sites than their attributes. I’m sure each site has smart people trying to figure out how offer more for less, so expect their offers to change.
StorageMojo.com wishes them all the best of luck. If there’s a diamond in that pile I trust it will be found soon. Its just that I don’t see how they make money.
New version of the Web Video Cheat Sheet is live: http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=112147
You may find it helpful for those wanting lots of options for video storage.
There is a website that I’ve come across called Zovue.com which allows you to store any length video as long as the file does not exceed your available storage space. You get 100Mb for free and you can upgrade your account to 5Gb.
This website (zovue) has a lot going on, it offers online video sharing, online photo sharing, and it is a social networking site. I think it makes its money by its online shopping section where you can browse and purchase from outside vendors.
Because it does so many different things, I’d like to hear your opinion on the video – becasue that is all I am really looking for.
I took a quick look at it and sense that the target demographic is the enthusiastic amateur, which isn’t me. There are lots of free storage sites online that offer more than 100 MB. YouTube let’s you put up as many videos as you want as long as they are less than 1GB and 10 minutes. The site reads like an hermetically-sealed all-in-one environment, but really, why would anyone want that? Free blogs on WP, free storage on YT, lots of video and photo sites. Net, net, it looks like a mistake to build this stuff inside the site, rather than using the site as a hub to exploit those external services.
Normally I don’t publish comments from people promoting their site, but your approach was cute, so I did. And I could be totally wrong in my take on the site.