Hi, I've installed a Wordpress blog, I want it to host Linux tutorials + videos from youtube,google,dailymotion etc. So I need some Linux knowledgeable/expert person who can search informative videos online related to Linux (booting, security, firewall, etc) and embed them in the correct categories in my blog. I initially want almost 50 videos and all these videos must be informative and professional looking so its very important that you choose the correct and useful video from youtube,dailymotion and other online videos portals and embed them also each video that you'll embed should have a couple of lines of summary explaining what the video is about, this summary should not be copied so it has to be your own and be sure that you put some technical terms in this summary so that the blog can be SEO friendly. There are couple of categories I want you to define a subcategory if you need to and put the video in the correct category. Once again these videos need to be professional looking and information so analyze and watch the video before you embed that in my blog as I don't want my blog to have useless information. If the video has multiple parts then put all those parts in the same post. If you think you can do this job then please bid. PS: The work will not be considered complete if the videos you put are unprofessional or have partial information. Cheers, Ilnli
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