Vimeo is a video sharing platform with powerful privacy and group features. It provides creators with tools and technology to host, distribute, and monetize their video effortlessly.
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Taggers when you likes a video.
Triggers when new video is added that matches the search.
Triggers when a user (your choice) posted a video.
Triggers when i added a video
Triggers when a new customer is added to a business you choose.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Upload a video on your vimeo account.
Creates a customer in a business that you choose.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a product or service in a business that you choose.
Records a transaction in a business.
As of this writing, YouTube is by far the most popular video sharing website. It hosts thousands of videos every second. However, with the addition of new features such as “Video Response” and “Video Suggestions” on YouTube, online users are able to receive a great deal of information about a particular video they watch on YouTube. In addition, YouTube also provides a “Share” button on each video page which allows users to share their favorite videos on other social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Moreover, YouTube has been successful in marketing its services to a broader audience as it features a more mainstream-appealing content. In order to stay competitive, other video sharing websites need to make some changes as well.
In this article, I will discuss the recent trend of integrating social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter with a video sharing website such as Vimeo and Wave. In the first part of my article, I will introduce these two websites and discuss how they can complement each other to further benefit users. In the second part of my article, I will examine the benefits that users will gain from these new integrations. Finally, in the last part of my article, I will give my conclusion of what I have learned from my research of these two websites.
In the past, there have been several attempts at integrating social networking sites with video sharing websites. For example, SocialCam allowed its users to update their Facebook status directly from the website. On the other hand, DailyMotion has integrated all its social network accounts into one single page; thus allowing its users to share their videos not only on DailyMotion but also on Facebook and Twitter. These attempts were made because developers recognized that video sharing sites tend to attract its users through word-of-mouth advertising; therefore they wanted to create an easy avenue for their users to share their favorite videos with their friends on social networks. However, until now, there has not been much success due to the lack of support that the majority of social networking websites offer for these video sharing sites.
Recently, however, two new major players have entered the game. Google Wave and Vimeo. Both Wave and Vimeo are currently considered to be the best video sharing website today. For example, according to Internet World Stats (2011), YouTube is ranked #1 in video sharing while Vimeo is ranked #2. Not surprisingly, both Wave and Vimeo are also well known for hosting high quality videos online. Furthermore, both platforms offer meaningful features that are not available anywhere else. For instance, Vimeo provides HD streaming videos that are not available on YouTube while Wave offers live web broadcasts that are not available on any other platform. Therefore, if either Wave or Vimeo could integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter, it would certainly attract a larger number of users since many online users are already members of these two social networks.
There are advantages for both Wave and Vimeo if they were able to integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter. First off, it would allow them to expand their user base significantly. As of this writing, Facebook has over 800 million active members while Twitter has over 100 million active members (McGinnis & Anderson, 2011. These numbers are not only impressive but they are also consistent too. According to statistics from Alexa (2011), both websites are steadily increasing in popularity. Therefore, if either Wave or Vimeo were able to successfully integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter, these two websites would be able to bring in a large number of new users who are already familiar with one or both of these social networking sites.
Secondly, these integrations would allow users to find out more information about specific videos that they are interested in watching online. For example, let’s say that you are watching a video on Vimeo that you really like but you want to know more about it before you decide whether you should watch it again or not. Currently, you would have to leave Vimeo and go to another website such as YouTube or Google Video in order to gather more information about the video. However, if Vimeo was able to integrate its services with Facebook or Twitter, it would make things easier for you because you could easily find out if other people liked the same video as you did by looking at their shared comments on Facebook or retweeted posts on Twitter. Similarly, if you shared your favorite video on Facebook or Twitter using Vimeo’s Share function then your friends would be able to view it without having to go through multiple steps to get there (i.e., downloading the file onto their computers.
Furthermore, if either Wave or Vimeo were able to integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter then it would allow them to provide better customer service for their users. For example, let’s say that you uploaded a file onto one of these websites but later discovered that it had some technical problems with it (i.e., low respution videos. so you wanted your money back. Currently, you would have to contact customer service through email or telephone calls which can take up to weeks before you hear back from them because customer service agents always prioritize the most pressing issues first (i.e., refunding money. If either Wave or Vimeo were able to integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter then they would be able to provide better customer service for their users by offering them live chat support directly through Facebook or Twitter instead of sending emails back and forth which can take up to several days for each party invpved.
Finally, if either Wave or Vimeo were able to integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter then they would be able to provide better security measures for their users because both companies are well known for protecting user privacy. For example, if either one of these websites were hacked then all it takes is for that person who hijacked the website’s server to change the name of the website so that people won’t notice the change until it is too late. However if either Wave or Vimeo were able to integrate their services with Facebook or Twitter then someone might notice something suspicious going on after he/she receives a notification from one of these social networking sites about unauthorized activities within their account. Therefore if someone notices anything suspicious then he/she will be able to notify Vimeo/Wave immediately through Facebook/Twitter rather than sending an email which could take hours before someone responds back because customer service agents always prioritize the most pressing issues first (i.e., refunding money.
In conclusion, I believe that integrating social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter with video sharing websites such as Vimeo and Wave will allow both parties to achieve greater benefits than they could ever dream of achieving individually. To put it simply. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy; therefore integrations between these two types of websites will allow both parties to benefit from each other without having to risk damaging their individual reputations as some people may perceive these integrations as some sort of betrayal between them and their existing customers (i.e., those who do not use either one of these websites.
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