I edited captions and translated a large majority of my videos to two dozen languages last year. After a solid year of this my traffic from the US is at 83%... which kinda tells me that I saw a 17% uptick as a result of making my videos consumable for an international audience.
Oh no... I am afraid I do not like this idea. A large part of the value of keyword explorer is finding those gem tags that noone else is using. A keyword needs to cater to my content and I am not copying their content... why would I want to copy their keywords?
There are a couple tricks... never give a statement that offers an 'out.' Saying things like;
'Thanks for watching...'
'So THAT is the [insert thing the video is about here]'
'And there you have it...'
You first need to eliminate these types of social cues. They only serve to let the viewer...
Seeing outside the box... weird 'skill' but it allows me to see creative camera angles, come up with different ideas (for what is often the same fishing trip over and over lol) and take a different approach to things than people normally do.
This is an issue of Fair Use. There are rules regarding what you are allowed to do and what you are not allowed to do (that is all covered in the video that SILTHW posted above). But understand, this is how Fair Use works regardless of whether your use actually falls under the FU Doctrine:
Definitely. I took the month off; filmed a series at the end of December and Im using January to really guve it a good treatment in everything from editing to SEO and promotion. Gonna hit the ground running in February
I don't know what to say... I got nothing. Couldn't criticize a single element of this video. Loved how stacked the information was and the telling of the back and forth with the BBC. It's really cool seeing this through your eyes. Yeah, the Casey walkthrough concept may have been a cool...
Why does it take too long to be turned on when making money when Youtube requires registration for a google adsense account?
There are a LOT of people applying for monetization every day. They have to spend time reviewing these channels. You need patience; there are plenty of things to get...
I suggest seeking inspiration by watching others and then following their lead. It helps to keep the topic relevant towards a particular keyword ohrase for search sake (this is a grest practice to get into). And then just run with it. See what happens!
The 'algorithm' doesnt cater to any specific length of video. It does however pay attention to several watchtime metrics.
What is happening for you is that you are garnering more watchtime than the competition and it is gaining you favor, plain and simple.
While the obvious idea here is 'if...