For a while now, we've heard a common request from potential customers. They want an easy way to license and share Common Craft videos on their website. Today we're announcing a new partnership with video sharing company Wistia that will help us serve this need with our new "Web License."
A Little Background...
We license our videos to individuals and organizations. Two of our most popular licenses (Individual and Site) are for offline use. Customers download video files for use on intranets/extranets, training programs, classrooms and presentations. The videos are really useful internally, but they can't be displayed on public websites. Of course, some customers want to do just that.
Our new partnership with Wistia means that our customers can license high quality Common Craft videos and use Wistia's video sharing tools to easily display them. This makes adding a Common Craft video to your website:
• Easy - Add videos with simple copy-and-paste embed code.
• Smart - Gather rich info on who watches the videos and how they watch them
• Flexible - Choose from multiple plans, based on monthly views
This means a technology company can educate visitors on the basics of wikis, or cloud computing.
A financial institution can educate potential customers on the stock market or borrowing money.
A service organization can educate citizens about preparing an emergency kit.
Our Web License means that any website can benefit from Common Craft videos.
This 52-second video helps explain the relationship:
If you're interested in licensing Common Craft videos for your website, look for the "Web License" option on any video at CommonCraft.com.