Thursday, November 19, 2009

Motionbox PRO discount & Roku Box Giveaway

Motionbox is an online service to share video content that allows you more control over who can view your content.  They are also a video hosting service that allows you to embed video on your own site with a clean, "white label" player without any watermarks, ads or branding from the video site (like YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)

  classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"   codebase=",0,40,0"   width="416"   height="312"   id="mbox_player_7a9fd8b41c11eec6f5">                       width="416"       height="312"       name="progressive_player"       allowscriptaccess="always"       allowfullscreen="true"       data=""       type="application/x-shockwave-flash"       flashvars="video_uid=7a9fd8b41c11eec6f5&security_token=prod3.e05cc924932ecddb&type=hd"     >          

To watch the video, you'll first need to  install the flash player.


NOVEMBER GIVEAWAY: Anyone who signs up for a free account in the month of November (one week left!) can enter into the giveaway of 3 Roku HD players.  If you're not familiar, the Roku Box connects to your TV and allows you to stream video from the Internet to you TV, including HD content.  Official Rules are here.
All you have to do is sign up for a FREE Motionbox account before November 30, 2009 then email with subject line "Roku Giveaway" and we'll enter your name for a chance to win a Roku HD  Player. 

Also, for any readers interested in signing up for the PRO account, the $50 setup fee will be refunded.  Once you’ve set up your account, send an email to with offer code PROblogger2009 and they will set up your refund.

A special gift for you and your readers: From now until the end of the year, sign up for a Motionbox PRO account, and we’ll refund your $49.99 set up fee! 
Motionbox PRO provides small businesses, pro bloggers, and commercial content producers with a comprehensive video hosting solution. PRO service includes archival storage, web-based editing, streaming and embedding, all in superior quality, up to 1080p HD.

Thanks to Lowell for setting this up for readers of Cool Infographics!

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