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june17homespunweb.jpgRISMEDIA, June 17, 2008-With so many websites dedicated to sharing pictures from family vacations to trips around the world, travelers return home with a complete photo-journal of their expeditions. Advancements in technology, however, have left travelers yearning for more. Today, an increasing number of video-sharing websites are popping up all over the Internet, giving travelers the opportunity to document and share their adventures in a more ‘interactive’ way. Whether you are just getting your feet wet or are ready to dive in, these three websites will have you creating and sharing your travel diaries in no time.


Founded by veterans of Condè Nast, iFilm and MTV, Travelistic is the perfect site for anyone who is just getting the hang of online video sharing. Before uploading your video, you have the opportunity to write a short description about your clip. Once your video is posted, you can share it with friends and family. In addition, a world map allows you to indicate where you have been and where you would like to go. For more information, and to view videos that other travelers have uploaded, visit http://www.travelistic.com/.


Revver is a general-interest video-sharing site that features a more sophisticated dashboard than the one found on Travelistic. The site allows you to add other people’s videos to your favorites list and gives you more ways to share your videos. Video codes can be linked to social networking sites and friends can download the clips as podcasts in iTunes as well. Small advertisements are featured at the bottom of each video and Revver pays you half of the revenue that it makes from the ads. To learn more about making some money doing what you enjoy, visit http://www.revver.com/.


Tripfilms is geared toward people who describe themselves as filmmakers, either professional or novice. The site tends to carry higher-quality and more informative clips than other video-sharing sites on the Web. Tripfilms even includes tips on producing better videos so contributors can get the most out of their filming experience. The site even offers a job board with opportunities for you to go on assignment for Tripfilms. Visit http://www.tripfilms.com/ for more information.

Source: CNN

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