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Is Vimeo/Dailymotion still relevant in 2019?

Discussion in 'General Social Chat' started by hibr3d, Jun 12, 2019 at 10:59 AM.

  1. hibr3d

    hibr3d Registered Member

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    I am making my own Youtube+Amazon product reviews videos and uploading it to youtube. I am thinking of also uploading the same copy to dailymotion and vimeo. Question is: Is it worth it?
     
  2. RichOfficial5

    RichOfficial5 Newbie

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    Just depends on your time and internet, I still check vimeo
     
  3. krishnaverma

    krishnaverma Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    In the recent Google update, Vimeo is one of the top losers in terms of organic traffic.
     
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    Toal5760 Regular Member

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    If you want some hits from bing you can upload there too. Try to spin yout title, descriptions,tags a little bit so the videos aren't 1:1 clones.
     
  5. SwitchMitch

    SwitchMitch Newbie

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    It doesn't hurt to have those as additional channels but truth be told, they weren't too relevant even 3 years ago. I don't think they'd do you any good in terms of eyeballs or traffic.(at least, not for Amazon marketing)
     
  6. hibr3d

    hibr3d Registered Member

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    I guess I could try for some bing traffic.

    Yes, I see a lot of replies are not very enthusiastic about Vimeo. Any other good alternative for Youtube that is at least somewhat relevant?
     
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    Facebook is the only alternative that has worked for me mate...
     
  8. Roger Marquez

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    Dailymotion attracts over 100 million viewers every month and it´s a great alternative to diversify your video sharing portfolio.

    Vimeo
    was founded by filmmakers, so it’s no surprise that it’s a go-to platform for creative minds. Everyone from video makers and photographers to musicians and ad agencies uses Vimeo.
    So If you’re just looking for funny cat videos, this platform isn’t for you.
    It has a great interface and definitely surpasses Youtube with its high-quality videos (4K Ultra HD to be precise).

    Another great video sharing platform you should check out is Twitch.

    Twitch is best known in the gaming community, this video hosting platform allows its users to ‘live broadcast’ their gameplay or upload the recording. It also serves as a social network where people can share their game tips and interact with other players.
    Twitch can be use for promotional purposes too and you can also record and store your videos there.