Hi, I just wanted to know if i am allowed to use someone else youtube on my hub page. Relevant content to my hub
Yes. If the YouTube video can be embedded then you can safely assume you can use it in your hub. If the content is not allowed then it will be removed from YouTube anyway. Embedding videos was specifically introduced to allow people to use a video elsewhere on the web.
I'm really not sure what age has to do with traffic, I started writing long before I was technically supposed to on a lot of sites and have been a full-time freelancer since I was 20. Getting ready to turn 25, and my writing supports my entire family of four and I manage five part-time team members. And the creator of WordPress is 26. There we go, that's a more persuasive one .
At any rate -- on getting more traffic to your pages, work on making them search-friendly (more and more of a challenge these days with Google dinking around, but it still can be done), work on promotions, and actively look for questions that people have in your areas of expertise that you can answer with your writing. Remember that while you're backlinking, look for pages that you can actually add some value to with your comments, not some useless spam crap like "Great article! Visit my hub." Online marketing is a huge subject that requires ongoing learning and flexibility, but if you're willing to put the work in then it can certainly be worth it.
Yes, I wondered if that might be it, but then wondered what the "just too young" in there was all about. While account age could be a factor behind such a low score, there are plenty of other things it could be too, so I picked the interpretation that would allow me to make a point
hehe yeah, on first read, I thought "What's age got to do with it?!" But then I looked at her score and realized what he probably meant. He just used a confusing word choice. I like your point though and agree And as far as I know, age doesn't have anything to do with scores but hey, stranger things have happened
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