Brad is posting videos to YouTube and he wants to know the difference between embedding and sharing. Leo says that both are ways to share his videos. Sharing is where he sends people a link. Embedding is putting it on his website. Either way works.
Eric is starting an aerial photography business and he'd like to link videos on his site. What video portals are best? Leo says most people use YouTube because it's free, but it's ad supported. Vimeo Pro is better because you don't have to use ads and can use higher resolution video. Then you embed the video into your website. That way they can watch it without leaving your website. And they all use embed codes on it. Square Space will also support it without problem. Pay for the Vimeo pro service. It's worth it.
Yes. He can get an embed code on every YouTube video posted, and this option can be turned off by the publisher. So if it isn't turned off, he's in the clear.
Brian's website is called "Cable Go Bye Bye" and is about cutting the cord. It can be found at CableGoByeBye.com.