Question. How do you get one video to play automatically when the first one stops they have a link abd a stare time in annotations but I can’t get it to work I paly a video on a condo unit then ask to hold on for a video of the complex that is what I am trying to do. I just finished 50 SEO TIPS s it was great
Answer. It sounds like what you want to do is create a YouTube playlist. Like a video, a playlist has a shareable link and URL. Your playlist will then autoplay each video in the serious when one finishes. Here’s a link to my playlist on Free Google SEO Resources. And here’s a link to how to set up a playlist on YouTube.
In addition, you can turn ON or OFF related videos at the end of your own video when it is embedded. Just find your video on YouTube, click “share” and then turn OFF or ON the related videos link. Here’s a screenshot:
Finally, at the end of your own video you can add “suggested videos” by using annotations in YouTube. You do this through video manager in YouTube. Many YouTubers add 30 seconds or more of blank screen time at the end, so that their videos can self-promote their own videos rather than allowing YouTube to suggest competitors.
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