LeanBackVids.com wrote:
> In my opinion, there is nothing better than paid hosting. 

> I'm a big fan of Dreamhost (as are many others here).  The best part
> is they have a referral program that can eliminate your costs.  Given
> all the time we spend on vlogging, what is $10 each month to have
> ripping fast downloads and high quality statistics?  Two less lattes
> or two less beers could make your vlogging life easier.

The referral program will only eliminate your cost if you can actually 
refer people. If not, I guess it's $10 a month right? What bandwidth 
limits do you get with that? And if you put up say 10 mb per month of 
new videos, you'll need an extra gig of space every year. I've been 
weblogging for over 8 years, so I like to think long-term.

What's $10 per month? It's $120 per year. (I generally do not buy lattes 
or $5 beers...)

I'm not against hosting your own stuff, I tend to do it for most of my 
files, but when it comes to photos, I'm happy using Flickr, and for 
videos I'm (mostly) happy using Ourmedia and Blip.tv, because the 
service is acceptable for what I am paying (zero) and I can't afford to 
host it myself right now. (I'm also a big believed in what Ourmedia is 
trying to do.)


videoblog for the future...

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