Sunday, February 6, 2011

Viewing My YouTube Videos

Hi Everyone,
I've decided to disable the embedding of my videos on external sites. You can link my videos, but they will only be viewable on YouTube. I did this because I noticed that I get the majority of my views from external sites which means YouTube is unaware of the traffic I'm actually generating. I'd like to see what happens if I redirect traffic back to my YouTube page. Give me a moment to go back and link all of the videos I had embeded here--you should still be able to find them on YouTube by searching for the titles of the posts. I haven't figured out yet how to remove the black screen for a link without losing the comments you made. Bear with me, I'm working on it.

Be blessed!
Natacha

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  1. Are you going to try for partner? I think you should. Your videos are excellent. :)

    (nickib on NP; NickiBluIs on YouTube)

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  2. Only my viewers can help make that happen. I welcome the opportunity, but if it looks like no one is watching my content, commenting on it, rating it highly and sharing it--my work will stay on the fringes. My desire is that this information be freely available to anyone who needs the help. Partnering would enable me to cast the message farther.

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