Top 10 Video Sharing Websites for Twitter

How do you share videos on Twitter?

To share photos on Twitter, you can check out these 10 photo sharing websites, and to share videos on Twitter, you can check out below 10 video sharing websites, which will let you upload videos and post them on Twitter easily for free.

1. YouTube

YouTube

YouTube is the largest and most popular video sharing website in the world. When you connect your Twitter account on the Activity Sharing page, the videos you upload to YouTube will be posted on Twitter. You can also share your liked videos, favorite videos, subscribed channels or video comments.

Besides Twitter, you can also share your activities to Facebook or Google Reader.

Go to YouTube

2. TwitVid

twitvid

You sign in TwitVid with Twitter OAuth or your Twitter username and password, then you can upload a video, record from webcam, send your video to the email address TwitVid offers to you, or upload a video from your iPhone or Blackberry with the applications.

Besides Twitter, you can also share your videos to Facebook, MySpace and YouTube.

Go to TwitVid

3. Mobypicture

You can sign up a new mobypicture account, or you can sign in with your account of Twitter, TMF, Autojunk or NUfoto. You can upload videos from computer, mobile phone or email box, you can share your videos to Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, etc, and you can also upload photos, text or / and audio.

Go to Mobypicture

4. Posterous

You can upload videos to Posterous from its website, or send the videos to it via email.

Besides videos, you can also upload pictures, MP3 files, document and nearly all other kinds of files.

Besides Twitter, you can also share your files to Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn and many other social networks.

Go to Posterous

5. 12seconds

12seconds

There are many ways for you to upload a 12-second video to 12seconds, such as to upload or record a video from you computer, to send the video to 12seconds via email, to upload the video from you iPhone with the application, or to upload the video to Flixwagon or Qik and then sync it to 12seconds.

Besides twitter, you can also share the videos to Facebook, Flixwagon or Qik.

Go to 12seconds

6. Qik

qik

Qik is a mobile app and workable for many kinds of mobile phones, such as iPhone, BlackBerry, Nokia, and so on. You can record new videos or upload videos from your media card.

Besides Twitter, you can also share the videos to YouTube, 12seconds, WordPress, and some other social networks.

Go to Qik

7. Yfrog

You can sign in yfrog with Twitter OAuth, upload a video from your computer or a webpage URL, you can record a new video from the webcam, or you can upload videos to yfrog by sending them to the email address it offers to you, whether from your computer or mobile phone.

Go to yfrog

8. Tvider

You can sign in Tvider with your Twitter username and password, upload your video (up to 25 MB) or record a new video from webcam, then add your messages and post them to Twitter, you can upload videos from your mobile phone with applications, and you can also upload pictures and audio.

Go to Tvider

9. Veoh

veoh

You need to register a new account on Veoh, then you can upload over 1 GB video files to Veoh, and you can also search and share the videos other members have uploaded.

Besides Twitter, you can also share your videos to Facebook.

Go to Veoh

10. Flickr

You need to add your Twitter account as a blog on your Flickr, then you can upload your videos to Flickr by sending them to the email address it offers to you, or you can post the video to Twitter on the Flickr webpage.

But for free account, you can only upload 2 videos a month.

Go to Flickr

Among the above 10 websites, I prefer to use YouTube on computer, and to use Qik on BlackBerry. How about you? Or do you have any other nice video sharing websites for Twitter? Share with us by adding a comment.

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3 Comments

  1. Posted May 20, 2010 at 5:17 am | Permalink

    This is a great post. You have given me some incentive now to start using some of these tools πŸ™‚

    Thanks

  2. Ari
    Posted June 1, 2010 at 1:18 pm | Permalink

    Very informative. I was not aware of some of these tools. Thank you

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    Posted December 12, 2013 at 10:47 pm | Permalink

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