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First, make sure you have permission from the owner to do so!

The procedure for embedding a video can vary depending on the tools you are using, but most tools will allow you to embed an HTML "<iframe>" tag. The general syntax for the HTML is:

<iframe src="(URL)" width="(WIDTH)" height="(HEIGHT)"></iframe>

where "(URL)" is where you put the URL (link) to the video content, "(WIDTH)" is where you enter the desired width (in pixels), and "(HEIGHT)" is where you put the desired height (in pixels).

To find the URL (or the full "<iframe>" tag) to embed, look at the HTML source code for the page containing the video you wish to embed in your own page. (Check your browser documentation for how to view the page source.)

If the embedded video is on Wistia, there will usually be HTML code something like this:

<iframe src="//fast.wistia.net/embed/iframe/(VIDEO_ID)" allowtransparency="true" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" class="wistia_embed" name="wistia_embed" allowfullscreen="" mozallowfullscreen="" webkitallowfullscreen="" oallowfullscreen="" msallowfullscreen="" width="840" height="475"></iframe>

If the embedded video is on YouTube, there will usually be HTML code something like this:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/(VIDEO_ID)?autoplay=1&amp;wmode=opaque&amp;rel=0&amp;showinfo=0&amp;modestbranding=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Occasionally the "<iframe>" will be constructed by other code in the page HTML and won't appear directly. If you can determine the VIDEO_ID, you can generally still use the "<iframe>" syntax in your own page, substituting the appropriate VIDEO_ID.

To search the page source for "wistia" and/or "youtube" (or anything else, for that matter), most browsers use Ctrl-F (on Windows) or Command-F (on Mac). Your browser documentation should have more details.
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G/Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) / What is "leading with value"?
« Last post by Brian Katzung on March 11, 2015, 22:45:45 »
"Leading with value" is a marketing approach that provides valuable information or resources for free to prospects before pitching products to be purchased.

It is based on the concept that people are much more likely to purchase from people they know, like, and trust.
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G/Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) / What is attraction marketing?
« Last post by Brian Katzung on March 11, 2015, 22:37:46 »
Attraction marketing is a marketing philosophy based on developing a relationship with your prospects (also referred to as developing "know, like, and trust") before recommending products as solutions to targeted prospect needs as opposed to primarily promoting products' features and benefits.

See also What is "leading with value"?.
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