Now that Google has announced that load time will officially be a factor in determining search rankings, will anything be done to change the way videos load in hubs?
I read this excerpt in a comment on the Google Webmaster blog:
"I've seen sites already using a simple placeholder for each video. It isn't until you click the placeholder that the Flash or HTML5 video object gets rendered."
Is that a viable option for HubPages?
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