[Zoomcast #3] Embedding a YouTube video into a blogpost

by | Jan 24, 2022

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Hey there!

This week’s mini-workshop (4:28 minutes) wasn’t planned as part of our Zoomcast series.

But it sure is a good example of repurposing content! 

Karen and I talk about embedding videos into a blog post.

I asked her to record this for me, because I’m a visual learner.  

By embedding a video (instead of just copying the link we see at the top of the YouTube screen), guests are not taken out to YouTube.

They stay on our websites to watch the presentation.

The longer people stay on our site, the more relevant we are to them.
Google lloovveess relevancy!

To Google, “relevant” =  you might rank higher in searches

In today’s offering, we cover (among other items):

  • The step-by-step process for embedding a video.
  • Ways to change the video’s width and height.
  • What happens after your video ends.

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