1. YouTube – YouTube is the largest video sharing platform where users can watch and upload free videos on any topic. YouTube was created by three former PayPal employees in 2005.
2. Netflix – Netflix is one of the most popular video sharing websites on the web, but available only in certain countries. Netflix is one of the oldest video sharing websites founded in 1997 by Marc Randolph and Reed Hastings.
3. Dailymotion – Another popular video sharing website that was founded in 2005. Dailymotion is basically a french video sharing website but available for all countries. Dailymotion allows users to upload, share and watch free videos.
4. Hulu – Hulu is one of the most visited video sharing platforms but not available for all countries. It was founded in 2007. Hulu offers ad supported on demand streaming videos of TV shows, movies, trailers, clips etc.
5. Metacafe – You can say it an alternative to YouTube where users can upload , watch and share any kind of video for free. One of the most popular video sharing websites in the world. Metacafe was founded in 2003.
6. Vimeo – One of the most visited video sharing websites on the web and can be used as an alternative to YouTube. Vimeo was created in 2004 by Jake Lodwick and Zach Klein.
7. Yahoo Screen – Yahoo screen is one of the most visited video sharing platforms and it was formerly known as Yahoo video. Users can upload and watch free videos on Yahoo Screen. Yahoo Screen is owned by Yahoo and it was founded in 2006.
8. Break – Break is a highly popular website and mainly known for funny videos, movie clips and funny pictures. Break was launched in 1998. Users can find here thousands of comedy videos and other materials.
9. TV – TV.com is one of the visited video websites available in only few countries. TV serves video clips, full tv shows, show etc. TV was founded in 2005 by CNET network.
10. Veoh – Veoh is a great video sharing platform where users can find thousands of free videos on TV shows, Animation , movies and other kinds of video clips. Veoh was founded in 2005 by Dmitry Shapiro.