But the problem for your server is that video content is a lot heavier than text-based content, and puts a heavy load on your website servers. You need to be able to upload and share high-quality videos with your audience, without server lag or your website going down. Even if you have a dedicated server or virtual machine, video can put a significant load on your server with even a small amount of traffic. A regular webpage with images should typically be less than a couple of megabytes, while a single p video generally is over megabytes. So just ten visitors who watch one minute of HD video require one gigabyte of server bandwidth. You could get a thousand visitors or more to a text and image-based page for the same bandwidth. Since web hosting plans often put a restriction on bandwidth, just a single video can be enough to exceed your limits within a few days.
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You might have even done it with Biteable. Now, where are you going to put it so people will see it? Unlike a photo, you should never just upload a video and host it directly on your website.
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