Tag Archives: video

Video Search Engine by Sharethrough

June 2, 2012


Sharethrough has launched Sharethrough.tv, a free public search engine for helping the creative agencies to all the branded videos. For those of you who are not aware, Sharethrough is a leading solution provider of video advertising campaigns measurement tools. 

We have many search engines for videos but this I suppose is one of a kind which has a library of branded video ads which marketers can use to enhance their marketing campaigns. Moreover, it can also be used by production houses to showcase their work in front of the prospective clients.

I still need to search through it and give my own opinion, but on the looks of it, the concept looks interesting and useful. No need to search for videos on Youtube which sometimes ends up throwing random results and wastes time in digging for the right one. What is your opinion in this!


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Social Media Cartoon

February 8, 2012

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Social media world has become such an integral part of our lives that sometimes it gets tough to imagine how life would be without Twitter and Facebook. I stumbled across a video today having a collection of humorous cartoons depicting our life in the social world. It’s funny and yet so true, check it out.

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An Easier Way to Migrate Google Video Content on Youtube

April 25, 2011


Google recently announced that it would be ending playbacks of Google Videos on April 29. The existing Google Video users will not lose any of their content. Google is working to automatically migrate the Google Videos to Youtube. In the meantime the migration is done, Google Video will remain accessible on the web and the existing links will be accessible as well.

If you need to migrate to Youtube, here’s the process provided by Google:

  • Google has created an “Upload Videos to YouTube” option on the Google Video status page. To do this, you’ll need to have a YouTube account associated with your Google Video account (you can create one here). Before doing this you should read YouTube’s Terms of Use and Copyright Policies. If you choose this option, we’ll do our best to ensure your existing Google Video links continue to function. See the image below for further clarity.

If you’d prefer to download your videos from Google Video, that option is still available.

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