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.
According to Facebook, an algorithm update will lower the reach of posts containing links to low-quality web pages. The new update will penalize organic posts, Instagram ads and Facebook ads that create content that takes away from the user experience.
Yes you can, but there are some factors to take into account when using links in the comment section. First, make sure the comment and link is relevant to the video and that you don’t just comment with a link. This means that the channel owner is less likely to remove your link and that YouTube won’t flag it as spam.
Is it OK to post YouTube videos on Facebook?
The short answer is you should upload it to both. YouTube is the biggest video sharing network in the world and your YouTube Channel is a great place for people to find your content. … The problem with sharing your YouTube video to Facebook is that Facebook doesn’t play nice.
Why are people not seeing my Facebook posts?
But unless they’re interacting (liking, reacting to, commenting, or sharing) immediately with your content, there’s a chance Facebook’s algorithm will hide your post so no one will see it. They do this because they want you, as a public Page and presumably a business, to pay for visibility through Facebook Ads.
How do you beat Facebook algorithm?
Strategies for using the Facebook algorithm to your advantage
- Create and share great content. …
- Generate user interactions. …
- Reply, reply, reply. …
- Hop on the (live) video bandwagon. …
- Consider Facebook ads. …
- Go local. …
- Get your team involved. …
- Ask your fans to follow you.
The only comments with links allowed from now on will be from you, moderators, and approved users. Messages from live chats with URLs will also be deleted. Comments with hashtags and links will be available on the Comments page under Held for review. They will be there for 60 days and then will be deleted.
In most cases, comments that it thinks may be spam will get hidden and end up in the uploader’s “Comments” tab in YouTube Studio under “likely spam”. They stay there until the uploader reviews them and either deletes them or approves them. If approved they reappear on the video.
Posting a YouTube link will not open the video on Facebook, nor is there a way to embed a YouTube video in a Facebook post. If you want the YouTube video to play on Facebook, you’ll need to download the video itself and then upload it as a file to Facebook.
Who pays more Facebook or YouTube?
One publisher estimated that it generated $264 for every million video views on Facebook, versus $2,200 for every million video views on YouTube. … When it comes to driving both views and revenue for video, YouTube is still king.
The standard YouTube license is restrictive. You must get permission from the creator to post it or use it in any way. Creative Commons CC BY copyright provides a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work with attribution (giving them due credit).
Go to the video you want to share on YouTube, and click the “Share” icon beneath the video. This opens the Share window, where you can click the “Facebook” icon. This takes you to a new tab on your browser, where you’ll have to log into Facebook if you’re not logged in already.