Are video snippets going the way of authorship thumbnails – i.e. disappearing from Universal Search results altogether? ReelSEO’s Greg Jarboe takes a look at the possible changes in the Google algorithm over the past few days that have led to a significant dip in the visibility of video snippets.
If you want to succeed in online video, whatever your goal, you need to take the extra step and go the extra mile with your content. What are those steps? We have 7 for you right here, straight from YouTubers who know what they are talking about.
We all know that accumulating Watch Time on your YouTube videos is very important for how successfully they rank in search results. In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we give you 5 ideas for increasing the Watch Time on your video content.
Facebook has confirmed that it is adding a new metric to its video ranking algorithm that will affect how much video content a user will see in their own News Feed. ‘Watch Time’ will now be taken into account, and users who love watching videos can expect to see more of this type of content, and users who don’t engage as much will see less.
In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we discuss the top three influencers for video SEO on YouTube. We confirm the three biggest factors that effect how your videos perform in the search ranking results, and what that means for the content that you are creating.
When using Google, not every query will trigger Universal Search Results, but a new study from Searchmetrics, states that 85% of search queries in the U.S. do, with video content now appearing for around 65% of user queries. No surprise that 54% of those video results are for YouTube videos.
The process of creating a successful branded video, one that has the potential to go viral, doesn’t have to be based on pure chance. The key is to have a systematic plan that uses engagement, timing, distribution, and strategy to build the initial audience of your video. We give you five essential tips to boost your video marketing strategy.
Late last year, YouTube changed their algorithm to thwart companies that send traffic to YouTube videos for a fee. So, how are video seeding companies affected by YouTube’s clampdown? And why is it a plus for advertisers?
Don’t use the same keyword research for the world’s second largest search engine (YouTube) that you’ve already conducted for the first (Google). It’s like they’re two different nations with two different languages, cultures, seasons, and folk heroes.
There is a lot of money and fame to be had through YouTube and knowing the code or algorithm would allow somebody to easily game the system for their own rewards. But YouTube aren’t going to let spammers or anyone else after the main chance win that easily.