Find/Create Embed Link Code for Scheduled YouTube Video

For some time now, I have been publishing how-to videos on YouTube. More recently has been the creation of this blog on the website.   Merging the two together has been a huge milestone goal in order to delivery great video content paired up with some additional written information.

Scheduling YouTube videos, as well as scheduling blog posts, is a very useful tool in ensuring that they are published at a consistent date and time. In order to insert the scheduled YouTube video into the scheduled blog post, the embed code was needed. Because I didn’t know how to create my own embed code, I trolled several YouTube videos in search of a how-to video. While there were many videos on how to find the embed code for a published video, nowhere could I find a video tutorial on where to locate the embed link code for a scheduled video.

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Stand Out From the Crowd Using a Video Introduction

“People like to work with people they know, like, and trust.” You’ve probably heard or read this phrase several times. It truly does make sense. Nobody wants to work with someone they don’t like or trust.

How can a potential client or employer get to know you before that first interaction or contact? Simple! Create a video introduction and include it on social media platforms such as freelance sites, Facebook business page, YouTube, your website, and LinkedIn.

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The End of Elance

It’s the end of Elance as we know it.  If you haven’t heard by now, although they continue to operate as two separate sites, the Odesk and Elance companies have merged together.  Odesk has recently changed its name to Upwork, and they continue plans to phase out Elance.

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The “Typo” (type of) Blog That Shares Tips & Information From a Transcriptionist’s Point of View

Hello, all!
Welcome to The “Typo” (type of) Blog covering tips and other information from a transcriptionist’s point of view.  In this blog, I will be sharing my YouTube videos such as those from Quick Tip Tuesday, and other helpful information for not only those in the transcription industry, but entrepreneurs, small businesses, etc.
Working virtually from home, not only have I had to research and learn different tools and processes on my own, but I have also picked up some great information through my career as a transcriber.  I would like to take the opportunity to pass along as much information as I can to save you time and frustration.
If you have any suggestions for upcoming tips and/or other videos, please leave a comment below.
Thank you!