Are we allowed to use videos from online sources in our hubs? I see it done all the time!!!
Yes - YouTube is the site generally used for this, because HubPages feels the copyright issues have already been addressed by whomever posted the video to YouTube. Beyond that, you may need to get permission to use a video from the owner or site.
The site also encourages creating original videos and using those in your hubs. I haven't mastered that yet, but I hope to one day!
YouTube videos are allowed. Important thing is that it does not allow any water marked videos. If you add any water marked videos it says duplicate content.
Good question. I have used you-tube quite frequently and have never had a problem tstgroup has a good point as with photographs the watermark is a great indicator you need to have copy-write premission.
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