Monday, May 3, 2010

LeapFish video search

This post is part of a blog series on "Why I like LeapFish". It is also an entry into the LeapFish $100,000 Cash Dash contest, which you can signup for here.

In this blog post, I will be discussing the LeapFish video search feature, what it provides and why it is valuable.

I have also recorded and uploaded a screencast demonstration of the LeapFish video search feature, which you can view below.

The "web 2.0" world is all about user generated content. YouTube revolutionized the web by providing a service and a method that allows anyone to quickly and easily add video to the internet. With this revolution comes a flood of video content being generated by anybody with access to a video device. Video cameras have also become more and more inexpensive, compact and easier to use, contributing to the explosion of video content on the web. With all this in mind, it's important to keep video results in mind when you are searching the web. The topic that you are searching for might have a video tutorial or a step by step visual guide providing you with information that would not have been possible before the popularity of YouTube.

LeapFish realizes all this and that's why they have an emphasis on video results and a specific video search feature. In the LeapFish video search, you'll get individual video results, related video results and video channel results. Search video on the web, with LeapFish video search.

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