Are we allowed to post our own youtube videos on our hubs? And if so, can we post the video on multiple hubs? I have videos I can make that I may want to use for Hubs.
And is it okay to post a link to a hubpage article in a youtube description box? Sorry if that is a foolish question lol
I am referring to embedding videos NOT making video hubs.
Since we are allowed to use Youtube videos in our hubs, of course you can use your own videos, if they are relevant to the hub, of course. It is encouraged to have original videos. If I didn't hate they way I look and sound on camera, I would add my own videos to my recipe hubs.
Wow, how can you say that you hate the way you look and sound on camera? I've heard many people say that and come to see that they look good after all especially if they don't pose for a shot but under normal circumstances, you may look good... As for sound? How can you even say that you don't sound good on audio or camera especially if you're just talking. Well, give it a try and let us be the judges...
I tried recording a video for one of my recipe hubs. After watching it, I didn't like it. It felt strange to me from the beginning, and that came across in the video. I guess I could have done the video without showing myself, but that would have been strange. I would still have had to talk, otherwise it's just silly.
(re: "I would still have had to talk, otherwise it's just silly.")
LOL! You could have used an old silent movie font, and held up cue cards. I'd watch that.
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by Thomas Swan 5 years ago
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by Wavie 3 years ago
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by Jade Monique Taylor Hiralal 5 years ago
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by Lauryallan 6 years ago
I just went to edit one of my hubs and noticed that none of my embedded youtube videos are showing up. The capsule is clearly there as they still have the titles I have given them, but instead of a video there's just huge white space where the videos should be...Is anyone else experiencing this?
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
They were there yesterday, and today they are gone. Can I just get them back, or do you think they are gone for a reason?
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