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Disable Related YouTube Videos

How To Easily Disable Related YouTube Videos In A Single Click!

Disabling related YouTube videos will ensure the maximum time a reader spends on your website. It’s hard enough to drive traffic to your site to begin with.

The last thing you want is someone to watch your video and at end, have all those related YouTube videos appear right before their eyes.

No sense in making it any easier for the competition than necessary, right?

So after spending a good 20 minutes today trying to find where I needed to go to disable related YouTube videos, (which was quite frustrating I might add). I finally stumbled across the answer.

If you know where to go to find your embed video code than you may or may not have seen the little check box that says: “Show suggested videos when the video finishes”

If that box is checked, then all videos relating to your YouTube Video won’t be disabled.

In order to disable related YouTube videos check out my short video below, it will show you exactly where and how to go to disable those related videos.

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  • Richard Petrillo 03/04/2012,

    No Problem Steve,

    Glad it helped!

  • Steve Dooley 03/04/2012,

    Thanks for the great info Richard….That will definitely help keep visitors on my blog!

  • Richard Petrillo 01/28/2012,

    Thanks Carl!,
    Glad you were able to use this tip.

  • Carl Wagner 01/27/2012,

    Great Tip – Thanks Richard. I already used your tip on my blog.

    • Richard Petrillo 01/28/2012,

      Thanks Carl,
      I’m glad you were able to take something useful from the article.
      Looks like you’re just getting your blog started? Great fun isn’t it? Tons of work though, but it will pay off.
      I see we are both Dillard Fans… Amazing guy, got to meet him last year at the MLSP convention. Cool experience.

      Hope all is well,

  • Richard Petrillo 11/06/2011,

    You are very welcome Alina, glad my video was helpful. I just went to your blog, great job! I look forward to sharing your work as well.
    Have a great night!

  • Alina Navarro 11/06/2011,

    Thank you Soooo much Richard! I didn’t know there was any other option, therefore I had previously refrained from working with videos. I regret to say that your pain is our gain, but I appreciate you for sharing and teaching us.

    I look forward to sharing your work.

    • Richard Petrillo 11/06/2011,

      You are very welcome Alina, glad my video was helpful. 🙂
      Thanks for your comment, I look forward to seeing you here again!

  • Richard Petrillo 11/06/2011,

    You’re welcome Ryan,
    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Ryan Biddulph 11/05/2011,

    Thanks for sharing the helpful tip Richard!


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