5???Now This Is A Critical Observation You Must Take very Seriously: The WP Video Machine Plugin Can Negatively Affect The Speed Of Your Website???
Whether this is an observation or a fact, will strictly depend on you.
I was going to rate this product, a 75% (I was getting very excited that I had finally come across a digital product that is worthy of its name), but because of this particular observation, I had to take down 30 points! Rest assured that I will never recommend a product that has long term negative consequences. I know what it takes to build a business online, and the very idea of losing it overnight sends chills down my spine.
When it comes to best practice with regards to videos,
⭐EMBEDDING VIDEOS ON YOUR WEBSITE IS THE MOST RECOMMENDED WAY TO GO⭐
It’s dangerous to upload video files to your website, but what about creating them right inside your very own website and hosting them? Sounds more dangerous.
Here are 10 reasons why you should never host your own videos.
While the idea of doubling your traffic by targeting YouTube is gracious, you don’t want to make a move that will instead kill your website in little or no time. Many less experienced people will rush for this product and get it right away without doing their due diligence. I almost did, even though I’m experienced.
If you take a closer look at the WP Video Plugin, it’s actually operating like all other video creation platforms that have specific resources to manage their bandwidth and other tasks related to the creation of videos. These are sophisticated and specific resources which I doubt your WordPress blog will have to manage all created videos efficiently.
Some things you should worry about would be speed, storage, bandwidth as already mentioned above, etc…
The WP Video Machine is definitely a new creation in our time to help us out with creating videos, but has there been any beta testing phase to test this product to determine whether there would be negative consequences, especially in the long run? The thing is that new products always appear to work in the beginning, but the long term always brings bad luck.
I just went back to the sales page to check it out for the second time to verify if any information was provided with regards to beta testing. There was none actually.
Starting all over is the worse nightmare for any online entrepreneur.
For the time being. life will be awesome, but before long, you will face the risk of losing both traffic from your YouTube channel and websites/blogs. The worse part is your website, especially if it’s been around for a reasonable period of time such as 5 years.
Do you think this point is irrelevant? Well, if so, you can use your very own website as a beta tester for the WP Video Machine plugin, and watch what happens to your speed, storage, etc, after you must have created 100 videos on your website.
War betides you if your hosting service is using a shared server.
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