Where To Submit Videos and Video RSS/MRSS Feeds

Where To Submit Videos and Video RSS/MRSS Feeds

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I am not sure why but it is a pain in the ass to find the URLs for the various video search and video sharing websites where you can upload your video and/or submit your video RSS and/or MRSS feeds. So, I spent some time online looking at the various sites to find these submission URLs.

If anyone has links to additional ones that I am missing, please add below in the comments.

Where to submit Video RSS and MRSS Feeds

  • Google Webmaster Tools
  • Yahoo Site Explorer
  • MSN Webmaster Central
  • Blinkx www.blinkx.com
    • RSS Upload
    • RSS Instructions
  • ClipBlast – www.clipblast.com
    • Submit Video RSS
  • Truveo – www.truveo.com
    • You have to sign up for a free Director account in order to submit your video feed
  • AltaVista Video Search –http://www.altavista.com/video/default
  • Yahoo Video – http://video.search.yahoo.com/

Where to submit Videos via Upload

Other Ways to get your Videos On Video Search & Sharing Sites

  • Miro – Miro converts any media RSS feed into a channel.
  • Video Upload Pro – Software to submit your videos to multiple video sites including Atom Films, Blip.tv, BoFunk, Bolt, ClipShack, EvideoShare, Flurl, Google Video, Guba, Jumpcut, Live Video, Myspace Video, PutFile, Veoh, Vimeo, Yahoo Video, Youtube, and more….
  • HeySpread – Free online tool to send videos to multiple sites
  • TubeMogul
    • TubeMogul is the hands down the best free tool to submit videos to multiple video sharing sites in one go. Currently supporting Metacafe, MySpace, Yahoo, Revver, AOL Video, DailyMotion, Blip, and BrightCove, TubeMogul does a great job at syndicating your videos out to these video sharing sites with full support for Titles, Tags, and Descriptions and provides analytics for you to track your video views across all of these websites. I highly recommend this free tool.

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