To be honest, everyone wants to rank high on the search engine. Right…..
If yes, you are in the right place. Here I am going to teach and show you updated Dofollow Free Video Submission Sites list 2020 with high [ DA, PA, Moz Rank, Ahrefs Rank, UR, DR, Alexa Rank & Founder IP Address ].
I wrote this article because most of the bloggers have not updated their list.
Most of their sites are permanently or temporally closed (ex- Liveleak, blip, break.com, Grindtv, etc ) and
some are redirected to another site (ex ScienceStage to Die Erklärvideo Agentur and crackle to Sony Crackle).
Stay tuned with The Definitive Guide……
Video submission platforms- What it is?
Video submission platforms are those sites where video creators or Youtubers share their videos for more views, engagements, and promotions.
Nowadays bloggers are also using this platform to get backlinks & maximum views.
Why do we need a video sharing sites list?
Every bloggers, YouTubers and other video creators want to rank high in the Google search engine, Youtube search engine, and other search engines.
It is a good thing because they are here for this.
The problem is Bloggers can easily rank their articles on the google search engine but it is difficult for video creators.
Bloggers do Guest Posting, directory submission, Commenting for backlinks, etc for credibility and visibility.
If I talk about videos promotion, People generally embed their videos on their websites and so videos do not reach to maximum audiences.
I have noticed that YouTubers are more curious to know how to rank YouTube videos fast.
I also faced a lot of issues while promoting my videos.
Then I researched & found we can target large audiences through video sharing sites.
With the help of this list, we can easily bring more valuable backlinks and audiences from different high authority sites.
Top Free Video Submission Sites list of 2020
TubeBuddy for YouTube and VidIq for YouTube are the best YouTube SEO software.
You can easily make YouTube Bot friendly videos.
These tools give us accurate keyword difficulty and Keyword competition.
In this video, I have included high pr do follow video submission sites.
At the end of this article, I attached an info-graphic.
If you do not have time to read, you can download it and reuse it (under license CC BY).
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Video Submission Sites list with DA, PA, DR, PR & Alexa Rank
Here I have mentioned video submission sites list with DA, PA, UR, DR and Alexa Rank in details.
YoutTube was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim in 2005.
Google purchased it on On October 9, 2006.
It is the second biggest search engine giant.
Video creators upload, share and view the video creativity.
TubeBuddy and VidIq are the best YouTube ranking software (extension).
For more YouTube SEO training, you can look out my previous article.
Facebook was created on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg.
It has three Subsidiaries ( Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus VR) and it is the biggest social media with 2.2 billion monthly active users.
It is a direct competitor of YouTube so it means if you share your videos on Facebook, you will get more views than other video sharing platforms.
Facebook algorithm is different and not tough if we talk about the video.
Google Plus is a social network.
It was launched on June 28, 2011, by Google and has 111 million active users.
If your main keyword is really competitive, then you should use Google Plus. Make a separate page for your main keyword.
New users cannot share on this platform but old account holder can still share on this platform.
Instagram was created on October 6, 2010, by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger and owned by Facebook.
It is an image and video sharing platform and has 250 million active users.
If I talk about only Instagram promotions & advertisers, it is increased by 500,000 active advertisers than last year.
Flickr was founded on 10 February 2004 by Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake.
Now it is owned by SmugMug since April 2018. It provides photo sharing and also video sharing service.
Learn to try to get the most out of flickr.
Vimeo was founded in November 2004 by Zach Klein, Jake Lodwick. Now it is owned by AC since August 2006 and it is also one of the famous and oldest videos submission site.
Creators can share upload and views video creativity. Learn Vimeo SEO here.
PhotoBucket was founded on May 8, 2003, by Alex Welch and Darren Crystal.
It provides both photo and video sharing service. Learn PhotoBucket tutorial.
MySpace was founded in 2003 by News Corp. Digital Media.
It is a social networking site where people can share the message, video, image, etc.
I can say it is similar to Facebook. Learn MySpace tutorial here.
Dailymotion was founded on 15 March 2005 by Vivendi.
It is also widely famous video-sharing website.
AOl is also known as America Online.
It was founded in 1983 by Marc Seriff, Steve Case, Jim Kimsey, and William von Meister.
4shared was founded in 2005 by Alex Lunkov and Sergey Chudnovsky.
Here you can share photo, music, and video.
YouKU is a Chinese video-sharing site but here you will get more views because it has the largest population
and YouTube is banned in China.
Tinypic is a photo and video sharing platform and owned by Photobucket.com It was launched on April 25, 2004. It is also famous for URL shortening.
Twitch is also a video sharing site and here you can share the live streaming video.
It was created on June 6, 2011, by Emmett Shear and Sara Clemens.
Netflix is totally different from other video platforms.
Here we have to pay for our videos so make sure you are submitting valuable videos and it should be in English.
I have included it in the list because it has over 137 million streaming subscribers.
It was created by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997.
Rediff was created in 1996. Ajit Balakrishnan is CEO of it.
It is an India video submission site but it has an audience from all over the World.
Sapo was created on 4 September 19955 by Universidade de Aveiro.
Ustream was founded in March 2007 by John Ham, Brad Hunstable, and Dr. Gyula Feher.
It is a live video hosting platform.
I believe it is one of the best platforms where people can submit their own shows and can broadcast their own shows live.
CollegeHumor was founded on December 7, 1999, by Josh Abramson and Ricky Van Veen and InterActiveCorp (IAC). At the timing of making this list, I found this site is banned (not closed or shut down) in India.
Metacafe was founded in July 2003 by Eyal Hertzog and Arik Czerniak.
It is also one of the oldest video hosting channels and here you can share short videos.
Hulu was founded on October 29, 2007, and owners are The Walt Disney Company, 21st Century Fox, Comcast, AT&T, and Nippon TV.
Vine is also a short video sharing platform and it was created in June 2012 by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll but now owned by Twitter. it has 200 million active users.
Buzznet is a photo and video sharing site and it is created in 2005 by Marc Brown, Steve Haldane, Kevin Woolery, and Anthony Batt
Fotki was created in 1998 by Fotki, Inc. It is a photo and video sharing platform. It is similar to del.icio.us
Liveleak was created on 31 October 2006 by Hayden Hewitt.
It was a video sharing platform based in London, UK. I have included it in the list because nobody will easily close their website if they have good DA, PA, UR, etc.
I can say he might have some other plans because this site is still listed in Wikipedia. Keep chasing this site.
Blip was created on May 5, 2005, by Mike Hudack, Dina Kaplan, Justin Day, Jared Klett, and Charles Hope and owned by The Walt Disney Company.
It is available in auction now (at the time of writing) but cannot say about the future.
I included it because it has good DA, PA, etc. You can buy this domain if you have any plan for the future.
Funnyordie was created by Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, Michael Kvamme, and Chris Henchy on April 12, 2007.
Break.com was founded in 1998 and owned by Ziff Davis Media.
It was now closed but you can check whether it is available in the auction or not.
This would be a better domain for you.
Veoh was created in September 2005 and owned by Qlipso.
Brightcove was created in 2004 by Jeremy Allaire and Bob Mason.
Tv.com was created on June 1, 2005, and owned by CBS Corporation.
You can easily upload and share your video content here.
Rutube is similar to YouTube but most of the videos are in Russian but still, you can bring traffic from this site to yours.
eBaum’s World was founded in 2001 by Eric Bauman.
Wistia was created on March 6, 2008, by Chris Savage and Brendan Schwartz.
Fark was created in 1999 by Drew Curtis.
JibJab was created in 1999 by Rothers Evan and Gregg Spiridellis.
Ning was created in October 2005 by Palo Alto.
It is a social networking site.
It is best for creating online social community.
Viddler was created in November 2005 by Robert Sandie and Donna DeMarco.
Myvideo was founded in 2006.
Flixya is a social video sharing platform.
Oneindia was created in 2006 by BG Mahesh & Sriram Hebbar and owned by Greynium Information Technologies Pvt Ltd.
Teachertube was created in 2007 by Adam Smith and Jason Smith.
It is similar to YouTube where you can share the video on any niche.
Dropshots is also a video sharing platform nut here we share only family or relative videos.
If you are smart enough, you would bring more traffic from here to your destination.
Izlesene was founded in 2006 and it is the first video sharing platform of Turkey country.
Bofunk was founded in 2004. It is more closed to funny photos, viral videos, and funny videos.
GodTube was founded in 2007 by Christopher Wyatt.
Here you can find videos related to Christianity and the Bible.
Crackle is a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Blinkx was founded in July 2004 by Suranga Chandratillake.
Atom.com was created in 1998 by Mika Salmi and now owned by MTV Networks.
StupidVideos was founded in 2001 and it was the first video platform for short video streaming.
YouNow was created in September 2011 by Adi Sideman. As per Wikipedia, it is growing rapidly and it will be popular soon.
Getmiro is a photo and video sharing site and it was founded in February 2005 by Nicholas.
ExpoTV has founded in 2004 Bill Hildebolt and his wife Daphne Kwon.
ScienceStage was created in September 2008 by Dr. Heiko Krüger, Sebastian Burmester and Marko Bubke-Chau.
It is both audio and video sharing platform but now it is redirected to Die Erklärvideo Agentur.
Both are video sharing sites list.
Vzaar was created in 2007 by Frank Cicio.
Board.jokeroo is for adult humor and Joke.
It does not mean we can upload nude videos or someone videos.
Viewster was founded in 2007 by Kai Henniges and Jörg Boksberger.
It gets 39 million unique visitors per month.
Sproutvideo was founded in 2010 by Adam Podolnick.
ClipMoon was founded in March 2007. Great Video Submission sites list.
RhythmOne was created in July 2004 by Suranga Chandratillake.
Clipshack is owned by Reality Digital.
It looks like YouTube video and it is a video sharing platform but it is temporarily closed.
This video sharing platform is mainly for singers but we can still upload other videos. It is temporarily closed.
Indianvideo is an Indian video sharing site where we share original, documentary and researched content
Sony Crackle was founded on May 4, 2007, and owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. It was Grouper, then it was changed to crackle and finally, it is changed to SonyCrackle.
Vidipedia is similar to Wikipedia but here we also find videos. It is also one of the best video submission sites list.
Oculus VR was founded in July 2012 by Palmer Luckey, Brendan Iribe, Michael Antonov and Nate Mitchell.
Vimeo was founded in November 2004.
360daily is also video sharing platform.
Video Submission sites list Infographic
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