How To Upload Videos To Multiple Sites At Once.

Has anyone tried I am curious what your comments are on this tool if you have tried it.

How To Upload Videos To Multiple Sites At Once.

Basically, it is a FREE (as of 8/2009, not Free anymore… bummer) online tool that allows users to send videos to multiple video search and video sharing platforms all at once. Because you can upload the video at once onto all the networks they support, it saves time and bandwidth from the upload process. If you have ever tried to upload a large video file to all these sites, you will know what I mean.

Here is a list of all of the video search and sharing networks that they syndicate your video to:

All you have to do is upload your video, enter your account login information for each of the sites, and then your video gets uploaded to each of the platforms and you can have an email confirmation sent to your address that provides you with links to each video you uploaded.

Additionally, if you are the owner of a video network or platform, you can request inclusion into this service.

Let me know what you all think. Thank you.

Here are some tips from their site:

  • Each service has its own limits for videos (size and length), so check it
  • We advise to send .WMV, .AVI, .MOV, 3GP, .DV and .MPG file
  • Some site require an email instead of a login.

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What do you think? ▼
  • Ed

    Heyspread is not free.


  • Andy

    i can confirm the above. This is the second site I've gone to as a result of these pages, only to find that free is really fee….

  • r wells

    Very helpful article

  • donnadavis

    Very helpful. But, how do you create an RSS feed? The sites are looking for an RSS url.

  • Web Designer

    Thanks for sharing this details..

  • Christopher Masiello

    Heyspread is not free, but you can try (Free/Paid).
    Also does a great job of uploading/updating tons of services for FREE.
    Christopher Masiello

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