Sunday, April 8, 2007

Looking for Blog Content? How About Video Clips?

Google, Yahoo and AOL all have integrated video search into their search platform. There are also speciality search engines for video clips, some have adult filters and sort capabilities. Below are a few of these engines and what they offer.

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Blinkx (www.blinkx.com) Blinkx searches over 7 million hours of video. The Blinkx it widget lets you embed a link to related videos, directly into your own blog or site. Safe search filter is provided.

ClipRoller (www.cliproller.com) learns your preferences as you search, allows you to easily publish a video. There is also a ClipRoller ticker for desktop search. Gnarly!

Flurl (www.flurl.com) Flurl claims to index the best of online video. Flurl also indexes images, audio and flash content. Flurl has an adult filter.

Pixsy (www.pixsy.com) media search platform is a media indexing and search platform that distributes a widget to drop a customized image and video search engine on your website.

PureVideo (www.purevideo.com) searches popular video directories and sharing sites, provides a celebrity video directory and returns RSS feeds for each search engine results.

SearchVideo (www.searchvideo.com) is a video search engine from AOL that allows the user to filter videos by cost, length, quality and format, and to search specific sites like YouTube. SearchVideo has a family filter.


4 comments:

Jess said...

Thanks for posting those links! They're quite interesting. You should check out www.dabble.com also.

Jess said...

Hmm, just wanted to add that this is a very useful post! I've told all my friends about it and that YouTube isn't just the only place for video clips!

David said...

For a quick analysis of the image and video search tools, take a look at my recent review.

- David

Anonymous said...

i would suggest looking at http://reelseo.com/video-search-sites/

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