London, UK (PRWEB) December 3, 2008
The power behind 100,000 http://www.vzaar.com (videos) a month on eBay, vzaar has released a new http://www.vzaar.com (unbranded video player) to allow any business to add video to their website. The video player was originally designed to match eBay's exact requirements but with the launch of its new player, vzaar has opened up the Internet to its eBay customers and any other online business that wants to showcase its products or services to a global audience of buyers.
Whilst eBay sellers can still automatically insert video into hundreds of eBay listings via the vzaar API, they can now embed the same video on any other Internet site. This means any businesses can now use vzaar's service to power their video in a professional, unbranded video player on their own website.
Jamie Parkins, COO at vzaar adds, "With the current slowdown in the economy businesses are looking for more creative ways to stand out from the competition. Having video on your website offers this angle, inspiring trust and providing a more engaging experience. A number of our customers have cited an increase in sales as a result of adding video. The new unbranded player focuses solely on the video content and there are no third party links at the end of the video to other videos or pre roll adverts to distract the buyer."
There are a variety of packages for businesses to select from. They start at US$10 per month and go up to US$200 per month depending on the video bandwidth requirements. There is also a free package for the light users.
vzaar is an online video platform enabling business to upload video to, where they can then insert the video code onto their websites. vzaar powers the video from upload to delivery.