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Turn your visitors into subscribers.

Getting your videos into Miro is free and easy. We'll help you reach our audience of hundreds of thousands of users around the world. And when someone stops by your website to watch a video, seize that chance to turn a one-time viewer into a long-term fan by getting them to subscribe to your show.

Put Your Videos on Miro

To get into Miro, you'll want to add your video feed (commonly known as RSS or video podcast) to the Miro Content Guide. Don't worry if you haven't heard of a feed - you probably already have one via your video sharing account, blog, or publishing system.

  1. Find out if your hosting service offers an RSS feed. (Beginners or Developers)
  2. Submit your RSS feed to the Miro Guide).
  3. Put a one-click subscribe button on your site. When people stop by to watch one video, they can use this button to subscribe and get new videos automatically.

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Who's Using Miro?

Virtually every video RSS / video podcast publisher in the world offers their content in the Miro Guide, including some of the biggest international media brands. But at the heart of the Miro mission is the commitment to offer independent and non-commercial creators access to the very same audience. There's no longer any reason why you need a big budget to reach a big audience, even with HD video.

How to Shoot, Edit, and Publish Online Video

We have created a book-quality set of guides for shooting, editing, publishing, and promoting internet video. We think it's the best resource anywhere. If you are getting started with creating internet vieo or if you want to learn more about a specific topic, it's the place to start.

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