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June 11, 2011

YouTube's Pages for Blogs, Now Available

The YouTube feature I mentioned a few days ago is publicly available: YouTube automatically generates pages that list the most recent videos embedded in a blog.

"By crawling web feeds of sites that have embedded videos, we've built dedicated pages that highlight your embedded videos. This means that there is now a place on YouTube to find videos mentioned on your favorite blogs & sites," explains YouTube's blog.

You can find pages for blogs like Engadget, Boing Boing, Google OS and the nice thing is that the URL is easy to guess. Unfortunately, the pages don't have feeds and you can't follow them.

For now, you'll find links to these pages next to some videos in a section called "as seen on". Instead of linking to a popular page that embeds the video, YouTube now links to a page with the most recent YouTube videos from the site.


  1. what's the usefulness of playing all the YouTube videos embedded by Google System?

  2. Nice feature!
    I saw that you already have your page there. Cool!

  3. This lacks guidance. It doesn't appear that any of the links provided are to a page that allows us to create a YT blog page. Nor does the article give guidance about where to start? Or, maybe I just missed it?

  4. The pages are automatically generated by YouTube, so you can't create them. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a way to obtain the URL of the page when you know the address of a blog. If you're lucky, or are converted to

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  6. Alex, there is a roundabout but more accurate way to find these pages:

    - go to a post with an embedded YouTube video in the blog
    - choose the "View on YouTube" option of the video
    The full description of the video has an "As seen on + link to the relevant /social/blog/ page.

  7. @Almansi:

    Good point, but what happens if a video is embedded by multiple blogs?

  8. @ Alex Chitu
    In this case, there are several links after "As seen on", if I remember correctly.

  9. PS. Oops, I checked with a few videos that I know have been embedded by multiple blogs, and there is only one link after "As seen on". So this is a real problem.

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