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Keywords are the words that academics use to reveal the internal structure of an author’s reasoning. While they are used primarily for rhetoric, they are also used in a strictly grammatical sense for structural composition, reasoning, and comprehension. Indeed, they are an essential part of any language.
There are many different types of keyword categories including: Conclusion, Continuation, Contrast, Emphasis, Evidence, Illustration and Sequence. Each category serves its own function, as do the keywords inside of a given category.
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In corpus linguistics, key words are words that appear with statistically unusual frequency in a text or a corpus of texts. They are identified by software that compares a word-list of the text with a word-list based on a larger reference corpus. A suitable term for the phenomenon is keyness. The procedure used, for example by WordSmith, to list key words and phrases and plot where they appear in texts. These items are very often of interest…

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4 Free Keyword Research Tools Video Marketers Should Be Using

YouTube's Ads Keyword Tool is no more, but we'd argue that it had become less and less effective over time anyway. For video marketers and advertisers in 2014, we suggest 4 free keyword research alternatives to use as part of your marketing strategy.
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YouTube Managers, Active Subscribers, Automated Playlists

How and why do you add YouTube account managers instead of sharing passwords? How do you find out your channel's active subscriber base? How do you automate the process of adding videos to a playlist? We answer these questions and more this week on ReelSEO's TubeTalk, the best podcast for YouTube Video Marketing Tips!
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YouTube Keyword Stuffing, About Tab, and YouTube Creator Academy

Why is keyword tag stuffing bad? Why is the "About" tab so underrated? What is the YouTube Creator Academy, and should businesses use it, too? We answer these questions, and more on this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk, the YouTube Video Marketing Tips podcast.
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How Closed Captions Increase Video Views, Rankings and ROI [Study]

Recent studies conducted by Discovery Digital Networks, SafeNet, and the radio show This American Life have proven that adding captions and transcripts to videos increases search traffic, views, search rank, and engagement. We examine how these studies to understand the impact of captions and transcripts on SEO, as well as how to use them to do an ROI analysis.
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Trending Videos Tools: Use Them to Create Smarter Content

Creating consistent, interesting, and relevant video content can be a daunting task, particularly if you are relying on that content to drive sales or other types of conversion. Luckily there are some fantastic, free tools on the market that can help you identify trending topics to give you plenty of ideas.
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YouTube Marketing Nets 30% of Sales for Video Game Accessory Firm

KontrolFreeks, heard of them? If you're a gamer and on YouTube, you probably have. If you're not, it's hit or miss. However, they did such a great job marketing their product on YouTube by hooking up with other Creators that they claim 30% of revenue can be traced back to the platform and sales jumped 50% in a year. How'd they do it? Read on!
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The Top Video SEO Practices Used by Marketers in 2013 [Report]

Video SEO as a marketing discipline is the foundation that ReelSEO was built upon all those years ago. Nowadays, it's more important than ever and our new survey confirms that 7 out of 10 of you think so too. Read more in our 2013 Video Marketing Trends Report.
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VideoLC Brings Video A/B Testing to YouTube

A/B Testing is a simple yet powerful way to measure how your online content is performing but it's been difficult to implement this for YouTube. However, a new tool to market does just that which means that creators can confirm what is working best for them in terms of optimization.