So you want to upload videos to your website. For space, load-time and other reasons, the better option is uploading them to a third-party video site and embedding them on your own site.
The best practice now, concerning audio and video on a website, is to let the user decide whether to press play. Think of the times you’ve gone to a site and can’t figure out how to turn off the music or video.
A comScore Video Metrix report found that 180 million Americans watched an average of 18 hours of online video content in August. That’s what the company called “a record 6.9 billion viewing sessions.”
Knowing how your customers will approach a web page is especially helpful if you’re using social media to get people to sign up for a specific e-mail list.
A lot of people think they can write website content, and if you surf the web, you’ll come across content in a ton of different styles. But you’ll also find that some sites have content that’s effective – and some sites that don’t. The good ones have several important things in common.