AgencyLogic Support Series – How to Get A YouTube Embed Code

AgencyLogic single property Websites allow you to link to and embed a video. To get a YouTube embed code follow these steps. If you have questions please call:

(888) 201-5160

or email:

support@agencylogic.com

Step 1:

Visit YouTube and click on the video you want to embed:

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Step 2:

By the bottom, right hand corner of the video click on the “Share” link:

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Step 3:

By the bottom, right hand corner of the video click on the “Share” link:

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You will see the share window:

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Step 4:

Click the “Embed” link:

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Step 5:

The “Embed Video” window appears. In the top right corner you will see the embed code. Click and copy it (use the “Control” and “C” keys):

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You can then paste the code into your single property Website, blog, Website or other online page/content.

Additional options include:

  • Start at
  • Show suggested videos when the video finishes
  • Show player controls
  • Show video title and player actions
  • Enable privacy-enhanced mode

Tom Ferry Discusses How To Conquer Your Phone Phobia and Create a Natural Prospecting Experience

Every time you fail to pick up the phone when you’re supposed to, the gap between you and your goals widens. There is no simple answer or “quick fix” to this dilemma. But there are ways to make prospecting easier.

And that’s what this episode of the #TomFerryShow is all about.

How To Identify Phishing Emails

Phishing is defined as:

“the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and money), often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.”

In other words it’s an email that pretends to be from a legitimate source, like your bank, but is in fact from someone looking to get their hands on your personal information. They can then either use that information to rip you off or sell it to someone else who will try to do the same.

The good news is that there is an easy way to identify phishing emails. Here is one we received today:

Email 1

Without closer scrutiny the email looks fine but looking closer shows that the email wasn’t sent from Wells Fargo:

Email 2

They have been clever – all but one of the links actually sends you to the Wells Fargo Website. We can see that by using our mouse to hover over the link:

Email 3

If you do the same thing over the “sign in” link you you see it actually links to asixa.com/au, an Australian Website:

Email 4

We won’t be clicking on the link and nor should you! Just make sure you click the delete button :)

Facebook Explains How Their News Feed Ranking Works

With News Feed ranking, Facebook’s algorithms leverage available signals and make a set of predictions that help us to estimate how meaningful we think every story will be to each person on Facebook. At leas that’s how they explain things.

The question however is, does it work? For many the answer is no and this is made worse by Facebook forcing us to see what they think are ‘Top Stories’. If you want to control what you see there is an option (see: ‘Control What You See on Facebook‘) but note; your Facebook settings will default back to ‘Top Stories’ as soon as you click away.

In the interim at least this video sheds some light on things.