Vimeo Rolls Out New Suite Of Social Sharing Options

Filed as News on September 13, 2012 4:54 pm

Vimeo Goes Social

Vimeo users can now more easily share their favorite videos with their connected social networks. The company on Thursday announced via theVimeo blogthat a slew of new social networking features have finally arrived.

Speaking of the sites new focus on social sharingVP of product and development Andrew Pile showed off the social video platforms new social options.

The first thing Vimeo users will notice is that they can now automatically link their Vimeo account toFacebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn and Google+ accounts. According to Pile:

Previously, connecting to Facebook and Twitter only published your likes. Now you can choose granular share settings for a whole plethora of actions includinguploads, likes, comments, people you follow, adding videos to groups and channels, and more. On Facebook, you can even choose to publish to a Facebook page instead of your news feed.

Vimeo also now allows for Facebook login which means users no longer need to connect via their Vimeo credentials during the sign in process. Facebook connect features have become commonplace for many web properties but are just now catching on at Vimeo.

The final new social feature is the ability to attribute videos to a users Google+ account which in turn should help with video SEO placement capabilities via Google.com.

Check out the new Vimeo social sharing and display features and let us know what you think.

 

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