Share Videos with Family and Friends via ProudOn TV
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of ProudOn TV. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.
We love taking home videos in our family! Whether it’s of our travels, the kids acting silly, or just talking about our lives and recording family history, there are certain videos we want to share with family and friends and not necessarily the rest of the world. ProudOn TV makes that possible….and it’s FREE if you sign up for a Family Video Website or a Portfolio Video Website.
Starting your own site is super easy! All you need to do is head over to the ProudOn TV site. Then you enter your first name, last name, password you create, and a coupon code if you have one. You can also signup with your Facebook account. You’ll receive an email from Rob the Anchorman verifying that you created an account. Then it’s off to your website to start uploading videos!
I really like ProudOn TV! I like it because it’s FREE, easy to use and provides the privacy and security of your own customized website as opposed to the open environment of a social network. You’ll find that the default settings of every account are strictly private and others can only gain access by using a unique invitation code that is sent to you by email or Facebook. There is no tracking, no cookies and no abuse of person information. You can also get a free ProudOn TV iOS app here.
ProudOn TV is a free, private video website where you can share your personal family experiences online through audiovisuals with an audience that YOU select!
ProudOn TV is very easy to use and has a fully customizable design to suit everyone’s tastes, which provides a fun and sentimental experience for all involved. Check out this page on how to sign up and then open up an account using this special offer from ProudOn TV: FAMILYWEB21
Signing up today using this special code automatically gets you $60.00 in credit on your ProudOn TV account, which may be used towards a future increase in data storage or an extended traffic plan.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of ProudOn TV.