Is there a limit to the number of videos I can post in a hub?
I'm trying to make a list of songs, and I want to people to be able to listen to each of them directly from the page. However, after the third video the links stop working. Help!?
No but I would not recommend more than five at a time if you want to embed them...Ten maybe..on a single hub. You would lose your audience.
I don't know if there is a limit, but you need to consider loading time for viewers. Some readers have slower connections. I have some music hubs with videos. I think the most I have on one hub is 8. It may just be a glitch, unless you're trying to load videos that Hubpages is not configured for. Check the learning center about which videos can be used.
No, there is no limit. There's not text, photo, or video or any capsule limits that I know of. The more text and capsules in a single hub makes that hub so much more impressive, gives it more keywords, and more videos can ONLY lead your audience to spend MORE TIME on your hub, and Google LOVES urls, or hubs, or any webpage that viewers spend LOTS OF TIME ON.
I don't think there is a limit on the no of videos you can put in a hub. But it is wise to limit that to some extent say 3 to 5. Place the video on the lower part of your hub else there is a high chance that people will not click on your ads.
by Marina 3 years ago
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by Kate Swanson 3 years ago
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by Shirley Urso-Farmer 2 years ago
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by Joan King 6 years ago
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by Carolyn Blacknall 8 years ago
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