Start out by going to YouTube and clicking the video you want to share. Beneath the screen that’s showing the actual video, you should see a Share button. … You’ve posted a video to your Facebook wall. You can also copy the URL of your video, and then paste it into a status update, as you would when posting any link.
As previously mentioned, Facebook does not like YouTube (owned by Google). Therefore anything that you post to Facebook that takes its audience away from the platform will not be seen in a good light. The Facebook algorithm will simply give any YouTube link less reach.
The only way to know if someone liked or shared your video is if they tell you, or you see the share on social media yourself. Otherwise, there is no way to confirm if someone has liked, shared, or viewed your video.
You still get a post with a video in it, just not autoplaying (and not on FB). Note that you can still use native share (share videos and not just links) when sharing to a FB Page. If you have several pages – you can select the page you wish to share your video to. You can add a title and post text with your video.
Originally Answered: How can I post the ACTUAL YouTube video, NOT a link, to Facebook? To do that, you just embed the video. Hit the share button, then go to embed, and some html will pop up. You just copy that html, and paste it into your post.
Here’s what we found. In general, it’s fine to post video that you create yourself on your website. … If you want to use a video created by someone else, you may well need to get permission from the creator to post it or use it in any way.
Does watching a YouTube video on Facebook count as a view?
So, embed your videos on your website and link to them on Facebook and Pinterest. … As long as a user watches the video for a long enough time, and the video is visible, embedded videos will count toward your view count.
Can you see who viewed your YouTube story?
Note: Viewers can’t see the number of views, comments, or likes on your story.
It’s just as simple to do. Go to the post in question, such as on a Facebook page or friend’s account, then select Share. You’ll see a list of the people who have shared the post. Depending on the person’s privacy settings, you might not see everyone who has shared the post.
Only the people who could see those posts when you first made them are able to see them when someone taps Share. … Note: When a friend shares a link that you posted, they can share the link with a wider audience than you originally shared it with.
Sharing links on Facebook is one of the primary ways people use the social network. Instead of just showing the full URL, Facebook will pull data from the linked page to display a title, description, image, and domain name.
When you share someone else’s post, that post isn’t placed on your own Timeline. Instead, your share is merely a “pointer” to the original post. In other words, when you share someone’s post you’re basically telling your Facebook friends that you like that post and they should check it out.
Disabling the URL of an embedded YouTube video requires the use of YouTube’s old embed codes.
- Log in to YouTube and click your username. …
- Click the “Share” button and select the “Embed” option. …
- Select and copy the embed code, then paste it into a word processing program, such as Notepad or Microsoft Word.
- Enter the code.
How do you automatically post a YouTube video on Facebook?
Click the image to open the YouTube video player inside the post. The video automatically starts playing from your selected starting point, and you can use the embedded playback controls to change the video resolution, switch to fullscreen mode or watch the video on YouTube.