the leading video search engines on the Web. Following is the list that ASE editor Charles Knight came up with - he used Google Video as the benchmark. What is your favorite video search engine? Let us know in the comments.This week is Online Video Week at R/WW, so our network blog AltSearchEngines went out and found
Also over on AltSearchEngines there is a Great Debate on Video Search. It features Mary Hodder of Dabble and Gary Baker from ClipBlast!. My favorite bit was when Charles asked:
"What would be your unique goal for the next two years (2010)? Increased market share? #1 in your Vertical? Powering the video for other search engines? Acquiring or being acquired? Some combination of these?"
Gary from ClipBlast!'s answer: "Yes to all."
Nothing like having your cake and eating it too. But seriously, both startups also expressed interest in partnering with others - which is a feature of the Web in its Digestion Phase. Indeed Mary said that "DabbleÄôs DNA is about partnering (we have 170+ partnerships)".
Here then is Charle's top 10 Video Search engines:
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