In a previous blog post '5 Tips To Improve Your YouTube Watch Time' I wrote about using annotations to drive your viewers towards more of your content. Many of you got in touch to say that you didn't know how to create annotations on YouTube. So I thought it would be a good idea to give you a step by step guide.
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There are 3 main tools that can be used to attract viewers to your videos. The video thumbnail, description and as we will talk about in this post, the video title.
You might be saying 'surely you just name the video after the content', but if you do this you are not optimising your video for SEO. In this post I will break down the different factors that go into creating the best video title.
A well written YouTube description can not only boost your video SEO allowing you to appear higher in search results but can also be used to guide your potential fans to your other sites such as your Facebook page and website.
In this post I will be talking about what you should and shouldn't be writing in your YouTube description and how you can use your description to increase your YouTube watch time.
In my last post I wrote about the 3 main pillars of YouTube SEO which are Watch Time, Google's YouTube algorithm and Tags. Out of those 3 Watch Time is the most important when getting your videos to appear at the top of search results. In this post I will give you 5 easy tips to help improve your Watch Time.
Have you ever noticed that you can search for the exact title of a video on YouTube and sometimes that video isn't at the top of the search results? This is due to YouTube SEO (search engine optimisation).
In this post I will be giving you a brief guide to the 3 main factors that affect YouTube SEO.