5 Video Channels to Keep You Connected

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Never fear! EzineArticles is here! Okay, we may not be Superman or Batman, but we’re determined to provide you with the tips and resources you need to ease and amplify your article writing efforts.

Some of these tips come in the form of videos that cover topics for all experience levels to help you write more high quality, original articles to increase your credibility and exposure.

New EzineArticles videos are premiered here on the Blog and we also have 5 video channels to keep you connected! Explore each channel’s features and discover which suits your style to help you improve your article writing efforts.*

5 Video Channels to Keep You Connected

Number 1: EzineArticles Video Library

Also known as the EzineArticles Video Archive, you can browse the EzineArticles Video Library for a complete compilation training videos organized by experience level and category. Share your favorites on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Delicious, FriendFeed, and Digg.

Number 2: Facebook

“Like” and “Share” a video that inspired you, made you laugh, or suits your Facebook audience! Leave a comment with any questions or suggestions to start a discussion and tag us in your very own article writing video to increase your video’s reach!

Number 3: YouTube

Check out our YouTube “Featured” videos for our most current videos, “Feed” for recent activity, and “Videos” for all EzineArticles uploaded YouTube videos and playlists, including 2 Minute Approval Tips, Overcoming Writing Obstacles, and Behind the Scenes!

Number 4: Metacafe

Metacafe makes it easy to “Share,” “Tweet,” and “Stumble” a particular video to all of your friends and followers. Stop by our Metacafe and discover our most recently added videos or browse by “Most Discussed,” “Most Viewed,” or “Highest Rated.”

Number 5: Dailymotion

Subscribe to our Dailymotion channel to discover some creative features. Toggle over to “Videos” to discover new article writing tips. Create a “Videowall” to display up to 81 EzineArticles videos on your own website or blog to share your favorite insights and valuable tips with your audience.

Now go ahead and choose your favorite channel or visit all 5 to discover professional training videos that answer some of the biggest article writing questions to help you write more high quality, original articles. Let us know which video channel you like best and don’t forget to subscribe to the EzineArticles Blog today to catch each video premiere!

* Please Note: This post was last updated on April 24, 2014 at 11:20 A.M.

16 Comments »


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Fantastic and limitless resource and useful tools, Thanks! I like the WALL for a webpage idea. It would make a great “foundation” to build a page around.

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Mike Hadaway writes:

You just keep coming with new ideas. No wonder you are number 1.

Comment provided January 4, 2012 at 10:22 AM

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Wow, the amount of video channels you have set up is impressive! This is an amazing contribution to our writing, many thanks
Gradle

Comment provided January 4, 2012 at 10:35 AM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Everyone here who has signed up at YouTube should subscribe to the EzineArticles YouTube Channel, as these videos are well done and deliver on the promise – that’s my review on these videos.

I watch them all.

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Looking forward to checking out the videos. The videos make learning this stuff a lot easier as they show you step by step how to create and benefit from article writing. I learn more by watching and doing than by being overloaded by reading everyting.

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Norbert Thomas writes:

It is great to see you evolving. Keep up the good work.

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wahyu mahendra writes:

Nice info. Thanks. i want to use metacafe too.

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rwanda safaris writes:

amazing idea……better way of presentation and easier understanding

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rwanda safaris writes:

amazing way of presentation of ideas. Easy to remember

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Jon writes:

Cool stuff thanks for the info, so we can access EzineArticles update from anywhere that’s a good idea. Cheers!

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John writes:

All ezine’s videos at one place, i was looking for something similar. Thanks.

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Lalitha Brahma writes:

This is great. I have never tried metacafe and Dailymotion. Will do so.

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Albert writes:

Hi Lalitha same with me, I am not familiar with Metacafe and Dailymotion. Have just tried both and intro video of Dailymotion home page is very nice. Thanks

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paban writes:

Right! I have already been connected with all the five channels!

Comment provided January 24, 2012 at 9:09 AM

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Ramabhadran writes:

Excellent work. This collection of resources would be a
blessing to the article writers. I appreciate you.

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Veronique writes:

I never used Metacafe or Dailymotion before either. I love seeing all these videos.

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