The Top Vlogging Platforms for 2022


These days, producing a constant stream of video content is the top marketing priority of almost every business. The reason why is because more and more internet users are looking for video content rather than written blogs.

And businesses aren’t the only ones that have taken an interest in vlogging platforms. Many individuals have taken up vlogging as a fun hobby that might also make them a little money.

So if you’re wondering where to post vlogs, you’ve come to the right place. Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of the best vlogging platforms on the internet. Keep reading to find out where to get your vlog on.

1. YouTube

On January 29, 2000, the first ever vlogger posted his very first vlog entry on YouTube. Since then, YouTube has become the number-one platform for vlogging and every other type of video content.

YouTube makes it immensely easy to get started by providing free video production tools, tutorials, and loads of other resources. And, since YouTube is part of Google, videos posted there are highly favored in Google search results.

2. Dailymotion

Dailymotion is almost as old as YouTube and has a similar setup. However, it’s primarily geared toward professional-quality videos rather than amateur attempts. If you have experience, or a video production company at your disposal, consider Dailymotion.

3. Vimeo

Like Dailymotion, Vimeo is a platform for professionals, not beginners. In fact, Vimeo is even more strict than Dailymotion regarding the quality of its videos.

4. Facebook

Facebook’s billions of users and loads of advertising options make it a great alternative to YouTube. You can also post live videos here.

5. Twitch

While you may know Twitch as a gaming-only vlogging platform, its focus is starting to shift to other genres as well. In any case, if you’re aiming to get your vlogs out there, it’s worth looking into.

6. Instagram

Likewise, while Instagram remains the primary hub for showcasing your creativity on the internet, it’s no longer just for photographs. It’s now an excellent platform for vlogging recorded or live videos, too.

7. TikTok

Because TikTok content is limited to very short videos, viewers can watch a large number of videos in just a few minutes. Thus, more publishers gain exposure in a smaller amount of time than with other platforms.

As a result, publishers can achieve viral popularity very quickly. Advertising here can be a great way to bring attention to your content on other platforms.

8. DTube

DTube is newer than the other platforms. And, while it’s ad-free, it allows you to monetize via cryptocurrency.

Get Your Vlog On With These Vlogging Platforms

Not sure which of these vlogging platforms seem best for your vlog? That’s understandable.

The good news is, you can try as many as you want. And when you do, keep this list handy as a reference for where to post vlogs.

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About the Author: Barry Lachey

Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources "Joe Joe." he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.