Putting YOUR YouTube videos on multiple sites

by GGpaul
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Hi, I was wondering can you make ONE YouTube account.....make all kinds of videos (depending on the topic) and put them up accordingly, on your niche websites?


Or is it best I should have multiple YouTube accounts for each site? And not just ONE big account?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Desi
    My take is this...

    You should have one youtube account per brand. For example, if you brand yourself as an expert animal trainer and have one website on cats and the other dogs, I'd create one youtube account for animal trainer and have all of them there. Then if you have another site on french paintings...create another channel.

    I think branding is very important and scattering videos on the same topic all over youtube in different accounts, in the long run, doesn't do much. But, in the end it all depends on what you'd like to do and what your goals are.
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  • Profile picture of the author edpudol1973
    Well in my experience, I am not putting all my videos in single account but I am not also creating spam accounts.

    What I did is one account per niche that I am in
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by GGpaul View Post

    Hi, I was wondering can you make ONE YouTube account.....make all kinds of videos (depending on the topic) and put them up accordingly, on your niche websites?


    Or is it best I should have multiple YouTube accounts for each site? And not just ONE big account?
    For me, I have one account and use different niches and videos so this is the way to go if you want to.

    Nothing wrong with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    Okay, so what I'm guessing is that it really doesn't matter? Lol. Then that means I might as well create one YouTube account with a clever name.

    So that way it can be used for different niche sites in the future. Hmmm..
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    • Profile picture of the author JeremiahSay
      Originally Posted by GGpaul View Post

      Okay, so what I'm guessing is that it really doesn't matter? Lol. Then that means I might as well create one YouTube account with a clever name.

      So that way it can be used for different niche sites in the future. Hmmm..
      I wouldn't do that if I were you. Sometimes when uploading a video, you wouldn't know if there's any copyright issue (or other legal issues). Unless you're recording the video yourself.

      Youtube would not tolerate this kind of matter, especially when you have multiple videos with copyright issue.

      I'm not saying you would do something like copying others pictures, audio, a portion of a video etc. But sometimes you just don't know if the video you're uploading (especially if you're using 3rd party video creation software) is against Youtube TOC.

      It's better to be safe than sorry. I wouldn't recommend you putting all of your eggs in one basket.
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      • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
        Originally Posted by JeremiahSay View Post

        I wouldn't do that if I were you. Sometimes when uploading a video, you wouldn't know if there's any copyright issue (or other legal issues). Unless you're recording the video yourself.

        Youtube would not tolerate this kind of matter, especially when you have multiple videos with copyright issue.

        I'm not saying you would do something like copying others pictures, audio, a portion of a video etc. But sometimes you just don't know if the video you're uploading (especially if you're using 3rd party video creation software) is against Youtube TOC.

        It's better to be safe than sorry. I wouldn't recommend you putting all of your eggs in one basket.
        no, I'm talking about a REAL review with the object in my hands with me in the video full contact of the item and showing examples of what it does. None of that copy pictures crap.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    Here's the thing. I've put some thought about my Amazon sites. Honestly, they're shit. I feel like they'll be more effective by embedding a video into the content. And ACTUALLY reviewing the product....

    I'm thinking that I'll have multiple SERPS with a video + page.

    For instance, if someone were to look up a "Samsung 60 inch TV review", then my webpage will be on the first page ALONG with the YouTube video.

    So......I'm just wondering if it matters that the YouTube account has to be different or whatever.
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    • Profile picture of the author cooler1
      Originally Posted by GGpaul View Post

      Here's the thing. I've put some thought about my Amazon sites. Honestly, they're shit. I feel like they'll be more effective by embedding a video into the content. And ACTUALLY reviewing the product....

      I'm thinking that I'll have multiple SERPS with a video + page.

      For instance, if someone were to look up a "Samsung 60 inch TV review", then my webpage will be on the first page ALONG with the YouTube video.

      So......I'm just wondering if it matters that the YouTube account has to be different or whatever.
      YouTube accounts get deleted too easily particularly if they are commercial such as review videos so id recommend that you spread your videos across several accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author GGpaul
    I'm talking about spending $$ And ACTUALLY having the product to review. And making a video. Google wouldn't like that? I think they would.
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