25th October 2013

Where to CrowdSource for Video Production?

Deciding how to produce an online video today can be a daunting task with the limitless opportunities and companies the Internet offers the consumer. We know the budget constraints some individuals and companies have, which is why crowdsourcing can be a good option.

Crowdsourcing your video is a great way to create a quality web video while working within a budget. In addition to budget control, you are afforded the opportunity to choose from a variety of designs from many talented videographers. These days there are over 34,000 pages on Google dedicated to video crowdsourcing! So how do you know where to turn in such a vast industry? Here are a few recommendations:

1. Userfarm: Userfarm is a global video crowdsourcing company that prides itself on producing high quality videos at minimal cost. They work with over 34,000 creators and animators to ensure you get the best. Additionally, they host “video contests” for large, successful companies that offer rewards for contest winners helping drive the top web video makers to the site.

2. Veed.me: Veed.me is an innovative video crowdsourcing company that works closely with you to create the video of your choice. Just by filling out a simple form describing your needs, the customer begins to receive a variety of proposals from different creators to choose from. Once a proposal has been chosen, the customer has complete control over the process while letting the pros do the work. They even offer marketing services once the video is complete.

3. Poptent: Poptent is a crowdsourcing site designed to accelerate videographer careers by offering assignments from quality brands to video creators, helping build their portfolios. The site drives fierce competition by offering contests.

There you have it. Explore the crowdsourcing world. Find the hidden talent that exists in the video industry! In the market for online videos, watch our latest video creations on our video library.

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About the Author

Anish hails from London and holds a degree in software engineering from the University of Manchester. Following his education, he worked for several years in the financial industry as a platform administrator before founding Revolution Productions in 2008. In addition to over seven years of video production, Anish is seen as an industry professional, adding his insight in publications such as VentureBeat, ReelSEO and Wistia.

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