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Could this be the Instagram for drone footage?

(MARKETING NEWS) Check out this drone footage-centric video sharing site. If you have a drone (or dreams of buying one), you’ll want in on this action.

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Between Vimeo’s professional fees and YouTube’s multiple issues as of late, drone content creators are running out of places to display their gorgeous footage. If you’re one such content creator, you’ll want to hear about the new service dedicated to drone content that’s got your back: AirVūz.

It’s easy to look at AirVūz as the “YouTube for drone footage,” but, of course, this is an oversimplification. In fact, AirVūz has taken significant steps to ensure that their platform will be mistaken neither for YouTube nor Vimeo during users’ search for drone-created content.

In addition to enjoying a fresh platform, AirVūz’s users will benefit from the following aspects:
– 100 percent free operation
– A collaborative community showcase of content
– Ad-free service
– Daily content promotion via social media
– A focused, in-depth niche experience

You’ll also be able to look forward to viewing and sharing content created exclusively by other drone users, which can both motivate them to try new creative things and inspire your own creativity. We tend to work best when challenged by others of our own ilk, and AirVūz is no exception to that rule.

AirVūz supports a fair amount of the more widely implemented aspects of video-sharing sites as well, meaning your content will be viewable in up to 4K resolution, and you won’t have to worry about length restrictions.

While your videos’ lengths and resolution values will ultimately depend on your camera and internet connection, it’s refreshing to see a site that removes some of the primordial shackles to which other sites still subject their users (looking at you, YouTube).

There’s always something to be said for a service that caters to a specific demographic, and AirVūz has all of you drone enthusiasts covered in that regard. Whether you just received a drone for Christmas or you’re several years deep in the game, you’ll want to head over to the AirVūz website and create an account right away.

Jack Lloyd has a BA in Creative Writing from Forest Grove's Pacific University; he spends his writing days using his degree to pursue semicolons, freelance writing and editing, oxford commas, and enough coffee to kill a bear. His infatuation with rain is matched only by his dry sense of humor.

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