A You Tube that charges?

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    • #42918

      Is there a video hosting site that lets people view your video AFTER they pay to see it? Something like Youtube, but you pay first…

      I thought I saw something similar in a past Videomaker issue, but I’m not sure.


      Ben Russell

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      Revver.com. Look it up. I think they only have to pay a little bit though.

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      Try http://www.mindbites.com – it targets instructional content, but it is pay-for-content platform. Basically, you upload a how-to video of some sort (usually 5-20 mins). Folks can watch the first 1 min as a preview for free and they can read reviews/check out ratings/read about the “author” of the video before they commit. If they opt to buy the video, they can download it or watch it online… Details on being an author at http://www.mindbites.com/teach

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