#Youtube or #Vimeo? We ask a lot of our clients if they've heard of the #video sharing site vimeo and surprisingly a lot of people still haven't heard of vimeo. It's been around for a few years now but we look at as a higher end/more #professional version of youtube. We love youtube and build many of our clients #youtube pages but there are so many pluses to using #vimeo over youtube. First, if you choose, you can automatically have your videos play in #HighDefinition in vimeo but in youtube you have to change the grind gear at the bottom right corner to play in HighDef and I'd dare to say that 80% of people watching youtube don't know to do that or don't bother to change the quality. For a professional video company it is very important that our work be viewed in the highest quality possible. Second, if you watch the same video on your smart phone on youtube and then watch it on vimeo it's night and day. The #video on youtube is grainy and digitized and the video on vimeo is crystal clear. Third, if you are a vimeo Pro member, you can customize the elements around your video and even take the Vimeo logo off if you want. That way #clients and #businesses can embed the video on their site and it look like it's a part of their website and not hosted by a third party site. Don't get me wrong #YouTube is the king and I'm a big advocate of youtube but I'm also a huge fan of #Vimeo and I love what they are doing and the way they do business. I guess it's a personal preference but I advise using both sites to host your videos.
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