I am planning to create a few video hubs. Videos will be added using the video capsule in hubpages editor and hosted on the YouTube.
So will the hubpages add program still earn for me even though the hub just shows a single video, that too duplicated on YouTube.
We can surely expect that showcasing video content on hubapges will earn more as compared to the same video posted on YouTube. That being the principal motivation for this.
If the Hub is just a single video, it won't get published.
Try adding some text to the Hub as well. Even if it's just the script of the video or an explanation of what it is then I can't see why you wouldn't be able to earn with the hubpages ad program. And like Marisa said, a Hub with nothing but a video wouldn't get featured.
I guess that is a good suggestion, I wish hubpages had the option to showcase unique video content, not duplicated on YouTube.
I will however give this approach a try.
The best thing is to post the video on YouTube and then post the link from YouTube to a hub written on the same subject. Your earnings from YouTube get added to your Adsense earnings.
I see where you are going with this idea. With the recent changes to the monetization status on YouTube, maybe this is something that HubPages would consider doing in the future - adding a video section to the site.
But as things are right now, you'd have to have an article to go along with the video. This is what I did with my "Nintendo Collector Box Review" article. I filmed the video for my YouTube account and then wrote the article separately. Then I added the video to my article. So, I get traffic/views on both. It's a win-win situation.
Cool! I just checked your article. You have added significant detail other then the video that makes it stand out as a Hub.
Didn't you notice any drop in the views on the YouTube channel after publishing the article or vise versa for the article?
Wouldn't that be considered self promotion?
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