Hi everyone - would really like your input before going with this video on my next hub;
Would it be considered inappropriate content? Maybe the fact I feel I need to ask the question leads me back to the answer?
Thoughts please - run time 4m 12sec
Inappropriate ? Maybe its the wrong link but I can't see "bollocks" "arse" and a girl in a short skirt as offensive! Even if it was a whole lot more raunchy - which was what I was expecting to be honest - its video - and the search engines cannot scan inside it - the limit on adult themes on the site is due to Adsense's Victorian ethics. As an example this hub of mine has been up for a while- and hasnt had a problem http://hubpages.com/hub/Monty-Python-Life-of-Brian the video "The morning after and thinking for yourself" would probably (my guess) not make primetime US TV uncut but has no effect on the adsense ads because the only content it can "see" are the words and photo captions!
I agree with Lissie. Firstly I thought it was a hilarious idea but it's probably a little too long as a vid sequence. What's your intended audience? Is it only for YouTube? The message is quite clear but might be a little more snappy for today's audiences.
Thanks for your input lissie & pjdscott : )
I am writing another 'how to hub' centering on se marketing - it's covering tons of info in general, & how complex se's are. The video is regarding seo companies and my personal reflections on how 'mad' se master marketers must be.
p.s lissie - btw love that movie ......he's a very naughty boy - lol
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