I was asked a question yesterday about adding Videos to a wordpress blog easily. This is really easy to do.

1. Download, install, and activate the Select WP YouTube Player plugin for wordpress.
2. Find the Video on YouTube and copy the URL.
3. In your blog post add [tube]Video URL from YouTube[/tube]

BAM now you have Videos on your blog.

I hope this helps!

Linux Admin Article's Source: http://linuxadmins.org/2011/10/videos-from-youtube-added-to-your-blog-easily/

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