I really like Find-a-Grave's functionality
- submit a whole cemetery (25 graves or more) or add memorials one at a time
- add pictures, biographies, transcripts, identify grave location
- link memorials of spouses, parents & children
- transfer individual memorials to persons more closely related to the deceased
- collaboration with others to improve a memorial page regardless of the page's ownership
- modify a cemetery's page with specific information
- discouragement of duplicates
- visibility in Google and as a database at Ancestry and MyHeritage etc.
- global scope
However, the Findagrave's own search functions really favour U.S. cemeteries. Other countries have no juridictions below the country level. Also, the individual memorial pages make it harder to see the cemetery as a whole.
As alternatives, check with the local genealogical or historical societies to see if their websites will host the material.
Also, check the appropriate GenWeb sites to see if they are have similar transcripts.
Examples (from Canada)
If you choose to place the material in multiple places, it may be possible to cross-reference the sites.