How To STOP Recommendations At End Of YouTube Playlist Embed

Did you know that when you embed a YouTube playlist on your website, YouTube recommends its own videos at the end of the playlist instead of videos from your own channel?

Watch the video below to discover how to stop YouTube recommendations playing at the end of YouTube embedded playlists.

After I changed the embed code for the video above, only videos from my own channel appeared at the end of the embedded video. That’s exactly what I want.

Then image below shows what videos appear before and after changing the playlist embed code.

Here are the steps to hide or disable YouTube recommendations at the end of YouTube Playlist Embed, so only videos from your channel appear.

1. Go to your home screen, click on Playlists. 
2. Click the drop-down then click on created playlists

You’ll see a grid of all the playlists on your channel

3. Select a playlist

4. Click on the title of your playlist

5. Click edit

6. Click share

7. Click Embed and copy the embed code

8. Add &rel=0 to the end of the YouTube URL in the playlist embed code

9. Login to your WordPress website to embed the YouTube playlist then go to dashboard – posts – Add new

10. Click the 3 dots to open the code editor

11. Click code editor

12. Copy and paste the iframe code (from Step 8) into WordPress, then click Preview

Now, you’ve got the playlist embedded in your WordPress website so it only shows the videos from your own channel at the end.

If I click on the icon at the top left of the playlist, I can see all the videos that are in my playlist.

If I go to the end of the last video in the playlist, only videos related to my channel appear at the end of the YouTube playlist

Is there a faster way to get the YouTube embed code?

If you install the TubeBuddy Chrome extension, you can get the advanced embed code for your playlist quickly and easily.  

Click here to install TubeBuddy or visit http://www.tubebuddy.com/isitebuild

Just click on “Advanced Embed”, check Hide Suggested Videos, then click Copy. The playlist embed code is exactly the same as what I used above.

If you want to learn how to embed a single YouTube video on your website without showing unrelated videos at the end of the video, click here. You’ll learn how to modify the embed code so only your videos show up at the end of the video.

What are the benefits of embedding a YouTube playlist on your website?

  1. Visitors will stay longer on your website.
    Instead of watching one video, they can go deeper into content by watching successive videos from your channel.
  2. Rank in Google search.
    When you embed a YouTube video or a YouTube playlist on your website, it increases the chance for that video or that playlist to rank in Google Search. As you know, Google is the number one search engine on the net, so you can get a ton more traffic from Google.
  3. Rank in YouTube search.
    When you embed a YouTube video or a YouTube playlist on your website, it increases a chance for that video or that playlist to appear on YouTube search. This results in more traffic, views, and subscribers.

    Now you know how to generate more traffic from the two largest search engines on the net. If you want to learn more about how to use the power of playlists to generate more views and subscribers to your channel, watch my next video.

    Do you want a grow your YouTube Channel this year so you can attract more views and subscribers? If so, pick up a copy of my 100+ page YouTube Marketing Guide at TubeBootCamp.com

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