Tim Jubb |

YouTube is one of the largest search engines in the world, and its videos are still increasing in popularity. But most people don't realise that YouTube videos are not normally mobile responsive. This can be a huge problem when embedding videos into your site. Google will read your page as not mobile friendly, even if the rest of your site is.

This could affect your SEO rankings on mobile devices, not to mention the experience of mobile users. Ordinarily, you'd need to know html to be able to embed responsively. But we're going to show you how to do it without needing a web developer!

In addition to learning how to embed responsive video, we also show you how to quickly check if pages are mobile responsive, without having to access it on a mobile device.

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