Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Using OneLoad, part of YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
One of the reasons why YouTube has become the de facto standard for online video,…is the fact that it can be such a hassle to upload to other platforms.…Since it's a time-consuming process to have to…log on and upload to each service separately.…Not only that, in some cases you have to convert the…video to the particular resolution and…format the platform recommends or requires.…That's why a service called OneLoad is so valuable.…OneLoad allows you to upload your video just once, and…the video service automatically formats it and distributes…it to the video sites of your choice.…
It will log on and provide your password to each individually site.…If you're not registered to a video site previously, it…will even allow you to do that quickly and easily.…From there, all you do is upload the video and oneload does the rest.…So here we are at oneload.…If you're not registered with oneload, you'll want to sign up first.…And this is pretty standard.…They want you to provide your email address and…a password and to enter a CAPTCHA which proves that you're a real person.…
Get more music marketing tips from Bobby in Facebook for Musicians and Bands and Social Media Basics for Musicians and Bands.
- Creating a YouTube channel
- Optimizing your YouTube channel
- Making videos Google friendly
- Adding an external link to videos
- Optimizing videos for mobile
- Making money from YouTube videos
- Analyzing your videos' performance
- Uploading to YouTube
- Planning your post frequency