So I'm still tweaking my new theme on my tourist site. I have a nice wide 300 pixel sidebar at the top, and a youtube video would look great there.
I also make my own videos so I could feature my own. In fact around holiday events I could show a related video. Right now at Universal Studios it's Mardi Gras time, and I have videos of that.
BUT, your sidebars are also very valuable for ad spots. So would it be worth it to show a video, or not?
Just ask yourself, does the video add value to a visit to your site? It could be a very good marketing tool if you make the video yourself or have it made for you. Go onto fiverr and have a great intro made for you then add some slides and graphics showing what visitors to your site can expect. Adding several videos from different experiences can bring in a lot of visitors.
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