Videos of many creators on YouTube are very good and knowledgeable, which many people often share on social media or embedded in their blogs and websites, about which the creator of that video does not have the information themselves. Although hardly any creator may object to any video embedded in any website and blog, but for any other reason, if any youtube creator wants to know whether any of his YouTube videos have embedded on which websites, So is this possible? So the answer is yes, any Youtube creator can know that their Youtube videos have embedded on which websites.
How To Know Your Youtube Videos Have Embedded On Which Websites
Most of the experienced YouTubers are already knows that how to know their youtube videos have embedded on which websites. So if you’re a creator on youtube and want to know that in which websites your youtube videos have embedded, so follow the steps which I shared below. So first let’s start with the PC method…
How To Know Your Youtube Videos Have Embedded On Which Websites (On Your PC)
There is just a slight difference between the pc method and the Mobile method, so first let’s know the PC method…
1. Visit YouTube.com and logged in on your youtube account with your email id and password.
2. Now on the top of the right side, you will see your youtube profile pic, click on it.
3. Then you will get few options there, and one them will be Youtube Studio (Beta), so click on it.
4. After entering on Youtube Studio (Beta), you will see three lines (icon for more options) on the left side, so click on it.
5. After clicking on the left sidebar, you will find the “Analytics” option there, click on it.
6. In Youtube Analytics page you will find so many options there, and each one is useful and we will surely talk about these options but in our future articles, and today we will only learn how to know our youtube videos have embedded on which websites.
7. So in Youtube analytics page, go to the top bar and click on “Reach Viewers” option. Then scroll down the “Reach Viewers” page and find the section of Traffic source: External. And in this section, you will get all the external sources from where your video is getting or got traffic. Here you can see that your youtube videos have embedded on which websites.
So that’s how you can know that your youtube videos have embedded on which websites with PC now let’s know the Mobile method.
How To Know Your Youtube Videos Have Embedded On Which Websites (On Your Mobile)
As compared to PC it easy to know your Youtube video have embedded on which websites on mobile, and to know that follow these easy steps…
1. Open the App Store or play store on your mobile and search and download Youtube Studio.
2. Now open the Youtube Studio application and sign in with Youtube account id and password.
3. After a dashboard page will open, where you will see all your previously uploaded videos and their details.
4. Now on the top of the left side, you will see three lines (icon for more options), so click on it.
5. Then you will get few options there, so find the “Analytics” option there, and click on that option.
6. On the “Analytics” page you will find few options on the top bar so click on the “Discovery” option.
7. In discovery option, you will get the details of all traffic source from where your youtube channel got the traffic and then you need to scroll down that page and find the section top external sources and from there you will get all the websites names on which your youtube video have embedded.
So that’s how you can know that your youtube videos have embedded on which websites with your mobile.
How To Know A Specific Video Have Embedded On Which Websites
So it is easy to know a specific video have embedded on which websites and the process is quite similar for both PC and Mobile, so on PC simply open Youtube studio and select any video. Then go to the Analytics tab and then reach viewers and then find Traffic sources: external like the normal PC method which I shared above. And that’s how you can find a specific video have embedded on which websites.
Now on mobile, just open the Youtube Studio Application, and select any video from the dashboard then click on the View More option and then click on the Discovery Option from Top Bar and then on the top external sources option, you can find the websites in which your video have embedded.
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