I have only just started to experiment with videos on my hubs. I was wondering how other people find using videos from youtube work for them, does it generate more traffic or is it a waste of time for you?
I don't think anyone uses YouTube videos to generate traffic. Unless I'm missing something, they use them to create interest in their hubs to get people to stick around a bit longer.
Using your own videos on your hubs create hubs with original rich content which rate better on google searches and get you higher in google searches. So yes they do create more traffic for you.
For even better rankings make your own youtube videos and put it on your hubs.
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