Here are my top 5 videos sites which actually show you how to do something useful:
1. A video encyclopedia in 5 minute segments - 5min.com
The idea behind 5min is very simple: any solution can be visually explained in no more than 5 minutes. It allows any user
from all over the globe to contribute their knowledge by sharing visual guides in areas such as arts, business, fashion, sports, health, tech, food, and much more.
2. Videos from credible experts - Expert Village
Expert Village’s philosophy is different from 5mins in the sense that it aims to film and interview only experts who teach you what they know. They go a step further by providing you the credentials of the expert consulted so that you can judge the credibility of the information you receive.
3. Make money teaching people - Sclipo
Sclipo, just like 5mins, allows all users to share their knowledge - but this time with a monetary twist. For example, viewers are able to tip the author of a video via Paypal, and you can teach personal classes - live - to people anywhere on the globe via webcam, and charge for it.
4. Get written instructions with your videos - Video Jug
Videojug is another video site which emphasizes useful tips over cheesy videos. What I like about this site is that there’s a lot of written documentation for all the videos - which you can easily print and follow along when you’re watching the video itself.
5. Aggregate useful videos - SuTree
SuTree provides a central place for all visual knowledge that is available on the web. The videos added to the site are checked and approved by the SuTree team in order to provide users with high quality tutorials. SuTree offers more than 10,000 educational videos from over 200 different sites, and SuTree claims to be the only site that combines the aggregation element of diversity and magnitude with quality.