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    Hi all,
    I recently moved all my stuff over from YouTube to Vimeo, so follow me if you like what you see! Today I released a short acapella rap freestyle video which I shot for a friend:

    WARNING - EXPLICIT LANGUAGE

    https://vimeo.com/gradeb
    https://vimeo.com/gradeb

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    What made you make the switch?
    Distribber - Keep 100% of your film's revenue

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    • #3
      Also, your social icons are not working, http://www.filmmakerforum.org/members/gradebfilms.html click the little pencils to edit and just follow the instructions
      Distribber - Keep 100% of your film's revenue

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Nick Soares View Post
        What made you make the switch?
        I couldn't stand all of the changes they were making all the time, at least recently. Although it was more a decision about presenting my portfolio, as I think Vimeo is a much neater/more professional looking way to present your work. Recently I also won a Pro account with Philip Bloom's Movember draw so that helps!
        Although I thought I'd get less views on Vimeo, I've actually gotten more exposure in a few months than I got on YouTube in a year!

        (Social icons fixed, cheers)
        https://vimeo.com/gradeb

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        • #5
          found this site via google search - love it!

          I would like to know what your thoughts are on the differences over time. Like if you like this, or that better.

          Shana

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          • #6
            I personally like Vimeo better than Youtube for my shorts. Youtube is more for cat videos and other things like that. Vimeo is more geared toward the semi-professional, professional filmmaker. For example Vimeo allows you to sell your video ppv style if you have a pro account. And Vimeo has groups that have different genres and allow anyone to post their videos. This helps you to get more views by targeted audiences. One of my films in Pajamas has 1k+ views on Vimeo due to me being able to target viewers and 8 on Youtube. There is also no time limit on the films you can upload on Vimeo so long as you do not exceed your storage space.

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            • #7
              ^ What he said. Much more social website compared to Youtube as well with the inclusion of groups, and the likelihood is on Vimeo that anyone who likes your videos will also be a filmmaker of some sorts, not just a user.
              https://vimeo.com/gradeb

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