While it’s your choice to include as many videos per page as you please, it could impact SEO rank. Google typically lists one video per link, making it important to put your best foot forward. As crawler bots seek out video content, they’re typically programmed to stop after the first find. This means any other video you’ve embedded could be overlooked. When deciding on the video to place first consider the following:
Overall Viewability: Videos have a higher chance of being viewed if they’re mobile-friendly. Factors such as length, dimensions, and loading speed impact this.
SEO Inclusions: Qualities which will rank higher with search engines should be prioritized. Captions, descriptions, keywords, tags, and titles all make a difference.
Best Quality: Search engines collect data to learn whether your site matches their algorithms. They also consider how relevant your content is to internet users and how many viewers you have. It doesn’t matter how great your content is if your camera or mic work is sloppy. Choose a video which is clear, can be heard, and retains good lighting.