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When you register at a video sharing website, especially if the video is for your business, you'll need to select the option that allows public access to your videos. Don't choose the private access option, otherwise your videos won't be seen. This point is mentioned first because it is often overlooked in the process.
Most video sharing sites let you upload your video clips at no charge.
The downside to free sites is that you're restricted by the size of the files that you can upload. The good part about submitting your videos is that many sites pay you a small monetary sum when web visitors view your videos and click through to your website.
You'll have to read the video sharing guidelines if you wish to make money through those types of sites. However, that small amount of effort should be worth it to bring in a few extra bucks without having to worry about updating the videos. Set it and forget it!
To upload your videos you must create an account at each video sharing site. Once registered then be sure to upload your files according to their size and format specifications. Get this wrong, and your video files won't get accepted.
The good part about this is that once you resize and reformat your videos, you'll soon discover that many other sites have the exact same requirements.
So it's not like you're going to have to resize and reformat your videos differently for each site. Once you create a standardized version, you can use it over and over again for your video sharing website submissions.
Several video sharing sites require a verification process which can take from a few minutes to a few days. Google, for example, requires verification and their process takes awhile, but it's worth it to get your videos listed there.