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Millions of people use it every month to watch and share videos online, but YouTube isn't the only game in town. What are the strengths of YouTube compared to Vimeo and other platforms, and how do you get started with online video in the first place? Jason Osder answers these questions and more, as he explores the fundamental concepts of online video services and options that will impact your decision when choosing the service that is right for you.
Continue learning with Jason's other courses on online video, YouTube Essential Training and Vimeo Essential Training.
Thank you for joining me for Up and Running with Online Social Video. One important thing to realize about this course, is it's really just an entry point for this learning. There are a plethora, of related courses on lynda.com. And I want to show you real quickly. We have YouTube essential training, that'll get into all of that YouTube technology that we've just touched on here. Similarly is Vimeo Essential Training, if that's your chosen video platform. You can see that there are a lot of courses on Facebook and different things that you can do with it. And finally, Twitter Essential Training can help you get started with Twitter, including things like hash tags, and at signs.
I hope this has been helpful in getting you started on online social video. Sharing videos online can be a ton of fun, so I encourage you to jump right in and get started.
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