VideoCounter.com allows users to track how many times their videos are watched each day across multiple online video hosting sites.
Using VideoCounter.com is simple. Users simply sign up for a free account, enter the videos to be tracked and VideoCounter.com does the rest. VideoCounter.com provides the number of times a video have been watched daily and statistics on the number of times a video has been watched on each portal.
Video sites supported include YouTube, Revver, Daily Motion, MySpace, iFilm and others.
Chris Pirillo posted recently that overlaid advertising where sponsors logos were present through out a video are the ultimate form of video advertising. It’s a fair call, but the missing component is an easy way of track views on multiple sites. VideoCounter.com doesn’t track downloads but it does combine multiple point video service statistics in the one place. Those statistics would be useful for tracking advertising exposure or just for the fun of knowing.