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Category: Youtube

YouTube | SEO Tips

6 YouTube SEO Tips Based on Google’s Published Paper YouTube’s recommendation engine is one of the most successful innovations Google has ever built. A staggering 70 percent of watch time on YouTube is driven by YouTube’s own recommendations. Despite this, the SEO industry tends to focus on sayings like “YouTube is the world’s second largest search engine,”…

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YouTube | Non-skippable ads

YouTube to Roll Out Non-Skippable Ads to All Creators YouTube will soon be expanding non-skippable ads to all creators who can already monetize content. This update will be happening within the week, and creators will receive a notification letting them know when they’re able to run non-skippable ads. Read more… Source:  Search Engine Journal

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YouTube | Hashtags

YouTube is making hashtags more visible YouTube has been quietly introducing new ways to discover videos over the last few months. Now, the site is rolling out an update that shows hashtags from a video’s description above the video’s title. This small-but-rather-noticeable change is just the latest expansion of hashtags on YouTube since 2016. But…

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YouTube | Like, Dislike

YouTube Like & Dislike Counts Are Now More Accurate The number of likes and dislikes on a YouTube video is an important signal for creators, as it is a factor that determines what shows up in search results and the recommended videos section. The team is working on to fix the issue Read more… Source:…

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YouTube Music

YouTube Music is launching Tuesday, and YouTube Red is going away. YouTube has always thought of YouTube Red as a music subscription service, even though it didn’t usually say that in public. YouTube Music was built in large part to placate music labels that complained that YouTube’s free, ad-supported service didn’t generate enough revenue for…

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YouTube’s New Profile

YouTube to Show Users How Long They Spend Watching Videos YouTube is preparing to roll out a new feature that will make users acutely aware of how much time they’re spending watching video content. The new “time watched profile,” accessible in the account menu, will display an individual user’s daily watch time. Read more… Source: SEJ

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