Step by step instructions how to stop YouTube from automatically pulling in other video recommendations after your embedded video finishes playing.

You will learn how to fix videos you have already embedded in your WordPress websites, and how to pull the correct embed code for all future video embeds from YouTube to make sure related videos do not pull in.

Most applicable for WordPress users, can be applied to most websites where you can access your source code.

By Lauren Lawton Perfors

By Lauren Lawton Perfors

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Digital marketing expert who codes. President of lawton.digital, building mobile-friendly, search engine optimized websites for growing small businesses. 10+ years website SEO consultant. Navigating a farmhouse fixer-upper, energized by mountains and gin martinis, aspiring trail runner.

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