What I mean by permanent is that the video capsule would remain intact even if the original copy was removed from its site. Too often, I've found myself inserting YouTube videos only to them inevitably removed and rendered useless in its Hub.
Perhaps it's a matter of legality or storage space, but I'm far more hesitant to even attempt video capsules anymore because of the high probability having to go back and replace it with a photo anyway.
We used to have a feature that let authors upload videos that they owned the copyright to and hosted them permanently on HubPages, but it didn't earn enough to be worth the time and effort it took to maintain. It would also only be legal to do this with videos owned by the author or that were in the public domain or free for commercial use.
by Kangaroo_Jase 6 years ago
How have you found your experiences with this so far?A few hubbers are providing new hubs with videos containing themselves for the purposes of training, education or entertainment.Are you one to do a hub with a video? Or are you preferring to do just fine with videos in your hubs?
by Rosheda Stephenson 4 months ago
Hi All, I write almost exclusively on travel, but I recently started a business that gives me good experience with a beauty related topic. I want to do some review type articles on this topic, however when I googled a few possible titles I noticed that videos took the first 9...
by Ben Aidoo 3 years ago
Lately on Google Search you are likely to find at least two YouTube videos on most items searched for. I'm often tempted to click on the videos because in 5 minutes or less I get the information I need. Moreover, as we've all become multitask oriented, videos allow us to get the information we...
by Rob Hampton 5 months ago
All I know is that even though many of my articles appear first page, first position on Google that the ads and YouTube vids appear before that. Should I start making "videos" for my niche? I also know that when I want to like work on my car, I go to YouTube first before anything else....
by Jacob J Morris 4 years ago
So I have several articles I want to add video to--where the hub and video are associated. However, I know many of you have discouraged against using HP Video in favor of YouTube videos.The big thing I've noticed with YouTube videos and Hub articles is that the hub and associated YouTube video rank...
by Jason Menayan 4 years ago
Hello everyone,Major announcement - HubPages Video is now live!You can upload Videos - which will be similar to popular YouTube and Vimeo videos in that they autoplay and can be embedded on other sites. HubPages Video is better than YouTube or Vimeo, though, since: (1) you can begin earning through...
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