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How to Keep YouTube Videos From Displaying After Your Video Plays

When you put yourself in front of a video camera, you’re vulnerable. You’re authentic.

That’s one reason video lets you build the “know, like and trust” relationship foundation you want to establish with your potential customers.

Don’t blow the credibility you’re building with your audience by allowing other people’s videos to display in a collage after yours. You can disable that effect in your YouTube channel.

It’s a checkbox that’s a little tough to get to, but here are the instructions.

How to Keep YouTube Videos from Displaying After Your Video Plays

Navigate to your YouTube channel and locate the video you want to adjust.

Click the headline of the video.
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Click “Share,” then “Embed,” then click the “Show More” in light grey text to access the checkboxes.
click__embed__then__show_more_-600x333Uncheck the top checkbox “Show suggested videos when video finishes.”
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14 thoughts on “How to Keep YouTube Videos From Displaying After Your Video Plays”

  1. Boris Qs says:

    Thanks, BARBARA O’TOOLE after reading this post I had to adjust what you are sharing here on the video I posted on my blog for the week 2 challenge.Thanks for the tip.Would definitely love to learn more tips like this from this blog Keep up the good work

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      You are most welcome, Boris. In a short time I’ll have a subscription that’ll send my tips directly to your inbox!

  2. Teo in Brazil says:

    Awesome tip! Learnt it some years ago…
    Can you believe it even online marketing pros and biz people in general dont uncheck and end up showing any videos or even videos from the competition on their own sites??

    Hope you get some ranking on this post cause its very useful!

    Cheers
    T

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      Thank you for that, Teo! I know that for me, it is difficult to put into practice all that I’ve learned. That’s another reason to stay consistent, right?

  3. Lori says:

    i wish i read this before i made my video :-0 but now i will go back and do any necessary adjustments. thanks for the info shared…i will continue to follow you!

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      I’m glad to hear that, Lori!

  4. Ianthe Hernandez says:

    Great tip Barbara! I’m just getting started on setting up the “tech” stuff on my channel. Although I have someone on my team that does this kind of thing for my clients, it’s great to be able to do it myself and not bug him with questions. I hope to learn more tips from you about YouTube and other topics. I’m headed over to your channel to take a look at the video 🙂

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      Ianthe – Thanks so much. I know what you mean about doing some things for yourself! My husband is my “IT Dept” but he’s a little grumpy about that work sometimes so I try to find answers myself when possible. LOL

  5. Art Avington says:

    Excellent info, thanks for sharing! I believe if you keep sharing valuable information like this, you are going to have a very active Blog…Keep up the good work!!!

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      I plan to do just that, Art. Thank you.

  6. Michael Finlayson says:

    Hi Barbara, thanks for that brilliant bit of information, I never realised that it was possible to do that! Now at least, my viewers won’t have anyone to distract them away from whatever I’m trying to tell them. That’s much appreciated.

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      It’s a little tip that is golden, for sure, isn’t it, Michael? It’s so well-hidden that you’ll notice many who aren’t aware of it…

  7. Shaneman says:

    Hi Barbara,

    Thanks for sharing this great tip.

    I have heard of this before, but have completely forgotten how this was done.

    Thank you for reminding me how this is done.

    Now I know what to do for future videos so other videos do not show at the end. 🙂

    1. Barbara O'Toole says:

      You’re welcome, Shaneman. It is well hidden. Be sure to test it after you implement! You know how Google likes to change things up!

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