What is Vimeo? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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Vimeo is a video-sharing website that allows members to view, upload and share videos.

Members can choose between Vimeo's free service and a number of paid services aimed at helping organizations control how their videos appear on the Internet. Vimeo's free services allow members to employ a number of creative tools in order to enhance videos, add music tracks and pull from Creative Commons-licensed videos. Vimeo also provides users with a video school to improve their own video production for long-term personal or financial gain.

Paid services from Vimeo.com include Vimeo Plus, Vimeo PRO and Vimeo for Business. Vimeo for Business gives users better search engine visibility, removes third-party advertisements and allows for Dropbox integration.

 

This was last updated in December 2012
Contributor(s): Emily McLaughlin
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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