When setting up a Web site for your video blog, you'll need to decide whether you want a multi-media video blog, which could also include text and photos, or a video-only blog.
If you want video-only, your video blog Web site could be as simple as a YouTube channel. You can use this channel as your video blog, showcasing both videos that you've made and those uploaded by others.
If you're looking to include text and photos within your video blog, it's best to go with a Web site, like Blogger or WordPress. These sites are designed for traditional text blogging, but you can easily add photos and embed video.
If you plan to create a video blog using a traditional blogging site, you'll still have to choose a video sharing site for hosting and streaming your videos.
In choosing a video sharing web site to either host your entire video channel or to store and stream the videos you'll post on your video blog Web site, there are many features to consider. Some of the most important will be video storage space; the ease of monetizing your videos; and whether you can keep your videos private.