As DIY videos and video hosts become more popular on the web, finding a particular tutorial you need becomes more of a hassle. SuTree helps to eliminate that problem by organizing every instructional video in one place.
Sure, it’s been done before, but not as well as this.
When you search SuTree not only are searching SuTree, but countless other video sites as well. YouTube, About, MidnightTutor, and MetaCafe are only a small handful of sites indexed. Additionally, each video is screened by community members, thus weeding out unhelpful ones.
SuTree aggregates all the relevant how-to videos and puts them in specific categories that narrow into smaller sub-groups. No longer will you have to sift through poorly tagged content to find what you are looking for. Here’s a few of the more popular ones:
- Arts & Crafts
- Home & Garden
- Fun & Tricks
- School & High School
- Video Games
Another thing I like about SuTree is its Courses tab. Think of them as free online classes with virtual support groups. You might find a few of these surprising:
- Quit Smoking
- ASP.NET Programming
- Stop Insomnia
- Makeup and Hair 101
Even though large video hosts like YouTube and MySpace Video have instructional videos, they don’t filter out the good from the bad. At just over 11,500 videos, SuTree may not be the biggest of How-To video sites, but it certainly is the most important.
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