Where is the link to my movie?

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The link to my movie is VERY difficult to find on the IMDb site. How about putting a button on the FRONT page, considering that this site is dedicated to films.
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I'm sorry, I don't understand, afraid I'm missing your point. You are having difficulty finding your film via the search bar? Is the film not showing up in a search? Are you suggesting that there be a link specifically to YOUR film on the front page and only your film? This seems unrealistic to me but then, again, perhaps I am Mis-understanding.
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Randy, let's start with the most basic question: What is the title of your film?
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Thanks for responding. My movie is The Monkey's Paw (2014). This is the site: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3391692/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_7
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I guess I should edit my original posting to make it more clear. Now I just have to figure out how to do that!
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Randy: Here on Get Satisfaction, you can edit your postings, but only before anyone else has responded to them or "liked" them. So by now, it's not possible to edit your original posting.
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OK. Thanks!
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Is Get Satisfaction part of IMDb?
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Get Satisfaction is an independent web site which provides message board services to various companies for customer service. IMDb is just one of many companies that happens to use their services.
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Randy: Are you talking about a video of your film that you uploaded to IMDb so that people would be able to watch it on the IMDb web site? If so, what is the URL of the video itself?
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Randy: That's the link to the page about your film, where the video doesn't appear. I'm talking about a link to the video itself, assuming that you did indeed upload the video to IMDb. The URL I'm talking about will probably begin http://www.imdb.com/video/...
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OK.... Since there seems to be no way to edit the original posting, what I meant was that I cannot find the link to MY film on my film's IMDb page (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3391692/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_7). 
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Hi Randy -

The Video URL is displayed on your title page as an external link under the "External Sites section here:
 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3391692/externalsites/
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Thanks. But I must be blind because I don't see anything on the title page that says "External Sites".
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Hi Randy -

You will need to look within the Quick Links box on the right-hand side of the title page:



External Links will be displayed under the "Related Items" section:

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Ohhhhh. Thank you again. Now can you create a "Watch Movie" button at the top of the page?  ;)
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Randy: It looks like your film is currently posted (to be watched) only at YouTube. If you want to get a "Watch Movie" button on the film's IMDb page, you will have to upload it to IMDb, via Withoutabox. I haven't gone through this process myself, but you can find information starting at http://www.imdb.com/help/search?domain=helpdesk_faq&index=1&file=imdbtheaters.