I often write about the cluttered online video environment and how hard it is to find specific, authoritative online video content amid that clutter.  Now, there is some clear proof available which paints that cluttered picture of the online video landscape in one place.

Mark Robertson of ReelSEO put together two blog posts that compile lists of video sites like YouTube (there are 300 of them on his list) along with their langauges, URLs, Alexa ranks, and Google page ranks.  He also put together a list of video search sites and video search engines (there are 30 of them on his list) along with URLs, Alexa ranks, and Google page ranks.

So next time you publish an authoritative online video on YouTube or your preferred online video site, remember Mark’s lists.  It’s harder for people to find that video than you might think.

Fortunately, syndicating your online video content through a licensed syndication company like Newstex puts your authoritative content (including video content) in front of professionals who need it but don’t have the time or patience to find it through online video search sites and video search engines. You can learn more about online video syndication in the free ebook — The Truth about Online Video and Licensed Syndication.

Did you know there were so many options for publishing online video and searching online video content?  Leave a comment and share your thoughts.