Would you like to know how to upload videos on your artist blog posts? In the post, discover how easy it is to embed YouTube videos on WordPress.
How To Embed YouTube Videos On WordPress
You have already probably noticed that you are seeing more videos on your social media news feeds.
Why the change?
Social media networks are finding that people are engaging more on video posts than image or text posts.
How many times have you seen a funny or inspirational video on your Facebook news feed and you shared it with your friends?
Videos are becoming more and more popular and all of the signs are telling us that videos are going to play an important role in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media networks.
You might want to consider using video for your art marketing strategy if you are not already doing so.
Incorporating videos on your blog posts is a great way for you to promote your YouTube videos while adding extra value to your audience.
How To Embed A YouTube Video On WordPress You Created
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WordPress has made it easy to embed videos. They have created a feature called auto-embeds which allow WordPress to automatically embed video codes from popular video hosting sites like YouTube.
Log in to your YouTube Account.
Locate a video you would like to embed from your YouTube Dashboard and click edit.
On the bottom left side of the screen, you will see a Video URL.
Click on the URL code to highlight the code.
Right click and select copy.
Go to the post you would like to embed the video in your WordPress dashboard.
Paste the video code you just copied into the post editor using Video Editor.
WordPress will automatically fetch the video code and display the video inside the post.
You can now preview or publish the post.
Now that you know how to embed YouTube videos on WordPress, you can start designing a marketing plan that incorporates videos to add extra value to your blog posts.
You might also be interested in:
- Tips for Choosing Content for Art Blogs
- WordPress Post Options – Artist Blog Tutorial
- How My Blog on Art Marketing Reached 25,000 Monthly Views
- WordPress Dashboard Basics – Tutorial for Artists
- WordPress General Settings for Art Blogs
Are you creating videos to market your art? How is it working for you? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.
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