Hi, everyone, I read greyjokers movie method here: (can't post links! sorry. Search around the money making section, you'll find it) Couple of weeks ago. And I did everything there. Now my website is live for two weeks and i've been receiving a few visitors from google. The lengthiest part of this setup was to code the script myself and upload movies. Took me weeks. But before I started I wish there was a service like this, which will allow me to show my visitors the movies without me spending so much time and effort to upload movies only when I'm just getting started. So I made one. And obviously it's completely FREE. You can check the documentation here: Url part 1: vidsource.ultracor3d Url part 2: (.)com/#NoCodeTutorial [Sorry I can't post links yet. Replace the (.) with . and add those two parts to get the actual url] It has a library of 4.5K movie uploads [at the moment and still uploading] that you can include on your website. There's no coding required. As simple as iframing/embeding. All you have to know is the movie's imdb Id and that's it. and attach it at the end of the url like this: someUrlfromTheDocumentationAbove?imdbid=2395427 and then iframe it on your page as you would any video like: <iframe src="someUrlfromTheDocumentationAbove&imdbid=2395427&redirecton=true" ></iframe> [Please, read the documentation from the link above. It's super easy!] For people who are just starting up with this project, uploading videos can be resourceful and lengthy. Using it you won't be overwhelmed with the work of uploading stuff (which requires good amount of bandwidth). You can instead focus on the website itself, ranking and getting traffic. And once you have grown big, and getting good traffic to invest in a vps to upload stuff for yourself, you can ditch this service and get your own uploading framework. I've scraped stream links from other websites before. And I think people do it all the time. But with this, you don't need for a scraper. I hope some of you find this useful. But if not sorry to have wasted your time. Thank you. Disclaimer: Yes, I do make money ($40/10K views) when your visitors stream my links.