8 Video Hosting Sites to Consider in 2020 #infographic

8 Video Hosting Sites to Consider in 2020 #infographic

As the most entertaining online content medium, videos are fun to make, hopefully even more fun to watch and most importantly, highly successful from a marketer's point of view for conversions.

I assume you want people to see it too, having invested a large amount of time and money in making a film.

So what happens next?

Somewhere you'll want to post it so it can reach your audience and be shared to attract more visitors and increase awareness of your brand.

Until we come across some of the best video hosting tools, let's get to grips with the elephant in the room.

What does first-rate video hosting require? You have a website already where you can upload your material for the film, right?

Really, you have a video file server to store, and a website to replay content. However, hosting your videos locally isn't the brightest of ideas.

Unlike images, and let alone plain text, videos demand an exponentially greater amount of resources such as storage space and bandwidth — a surefire path to all kinds of playback errors and quality issues, especially on mobile devices.

And you don't want to bear all that load on your website, mainly because page speed also has a drastic impact on your blog rankings.

Uploading the video to a dedicated video host web site cuts through all of these issues elegantly and straightforwardly.

Subsequently, adding your video to any web page is as easy as copying and pasting your particular embed code, and posting it on social media is also painless with typically just a click of a button.

8 Video Hosting Sites to Consider in 2020 #infographic

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