Video Post

Interesting and creative videos are actively shared and distributed on the net. “How-to” tutorial videos are also very popular. Video Marketing is our online product for multimedia campaigns. With Video Marketing, advertisers kick off a viral campaign by initially placing their video on a popular blog. Alongside the video, bloggers can create a short text summarizing or commenting the content of the video.


A Videopost requires a video that is already viewable online. Videos can be hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, other platforms or even your own web server. The topic of the video can be introduced via a short text created by the blogger. Link targets can also be specified. With the nofollow tag applied you are also search engine compliant.


Bloggers can register their blog for various content products, including Videopost. Once an offer has been checked manually, it is added to our marketplace and can be booked immediately by advertisers.

The code for integrating the video is provided by the advertiser. A successful booking has to be paid for only once. The blog article generally remains online and is permanently visible. The guaranteed period of integration is 12 months.

Bloggers can also deliver their offer in other ways:


Advantages for Advertisers

  • Attracts attention
  • Suitable for viral marketing campaigns
  • Vast portfolio of offers with content relevance search and a range of filter options
  • Manually checked, real blogs with added value
  • Online video integration
  • Nofollow: Backlinks according to search engine guidelines
  • Permanently included on the blog
  • Simple order management in the customer account

Advantages for Publishers

  • Fair and fixed fees not based on clicks and views
  • Videos generate added value for your blog
  • You retain your editorial independence.
  • Video is not hosted on your webspace
  • Clear requirements in the booking request
  • HTML code for integration is provided in full
  • Prices you can define within a generous price range
  • All booking requests are non-binding.