So you want to start a videoblog? Go to Freevlog.org. That’s what I did before I started tinkernet.

The folks behind it are Ryanne Hodson and Michael Verdi. They’ve done a great job of creating tutorials and gathering up all the info you might need to get started. (There’s a focus on using free services, which is great for people just starting, but if you happen to decide you want to pay for things, see Steve Garfield‘s FeeVlog.com which explains how to use for pay services and sites.) Oh, don’t forget to also check out videoblogging.info as well for more useful information.

Getting stuck? Confused? Totally lost? You might want to join the videoblogging Yahoo! Group where questions are answered by a fine group of folks willing to help.

Besides letting the group know once your first video is online, stop by the VLOGDIR and vlogmap.org and add youself to the lists so others can find you.

You know what Wired says: Blogging + Video = Vlogging… Or something like that…

Ok, now that we’ve got that covered, make some video! And don’t forget to let us know about it…

(Also see these posts: Ourmedia Archive and FireANT.)

Update: Wired News: Man Cleans Freezer, Film at 11

3 Responses to “Freevlog.org and Friends”

  1. VerdiNo Gravatar says:

    Great post. Thank you.

  2. ryanneNo Gravatar says:

    thanks for the shout out!

  3. Thanks to you guys for helping myself and other get started…

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