Tomorrow is April Fools’ Day and in the next day or so we can expect around two dozen April Fools’ Day pranks from Google and YouTube. We take a look back at some of the very best jokes from the company from the past few years. How many will they fool this year?
Did you know that your YouTube channel as a whole can rank independently from your individual videos? On this week's Creator's Tip, we give you three great tips to make sure your YouTube channel is as optimized as possible.
British retailer Marks and Spencer seems to be using some peculiar techniques to get video thumbnails to appear on SERPs for pages that contain no video. What is going on?
If you are a brand or a creator on YouTube, you may be tempted to disable the comments on your videos, especially if they are always overwhelmingly negative On this week's Creator's Tip, we but we want to give you a few reasons why you might want to reconsider that decision.
YouTube is honing its view chopping blade as it looks to further legitimize its viewing numbers in order to garner a larger portion of the ad dollar pile. Now that they're a Nielsen member they will be directly competing against traditional TV and that means they need to show that the views are legitimate
There are plenty of ways to improve your viewing experience on YouTube with a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are a few awesome ones that you may not know about that will help you find, view, and share videos on your terms.
When it comes to finding your videos on your own personal website in Google search, you're best off having a YouTube video embedded there, according to data discovered by Searchmetrics. This might shock you, but videos from pretty much any other source don't rank too well.
Google Trends now has YouTube searches going back to 2008. You want to know when certain topics are trending? Go to Google Trends and enter in some search terms. It's a good way to figure out some tentpoling opportunities, or just spending time analyzing good old-fashioned data.
The Harlem Shake isn't going anywhere soon, and while it's going strong, we might as well have as much fun with it as we can. And YouTube sure is, as they've added an Easter Egg to their search results when you type in "Do the Harlem Shake." It's a lighthearted, fun thing YouTube decided to add and brighten your day, even if in the slightest manner.
Whether you are into Youtube marketing looking to establish your Youtube presence or you just love using Youtube to discover new cool videos daily, understanding how Youtube search works is very essential. If you want to learn how to take full advantage of YouTube's search functionality, there ...