You may have read my previous blog post on optimizing your Youtube channel. This post will further dive into building your channel by optimizing your videos. A fully optimized channel without optimized videos is like having a website without an SEO strategy. You need to optimize your videos to bring people to your channel. Creating relevant videos for your brand will only attract more customers and followers. YouTube is owned by Google, but their ranking factors are a bit different. Your video titles and descriptions, quality, watch time, and the number of comments, likes, and subscribers all plays a factor. Here are some tips for optimizing your YouTube videos to create more traffic to both your channel and your website. … [Read more...] about The Best Tips for Optimizing YouTube Videos
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Of course, the advantages do not end up here, and they could take a long time to be unrolled. Particularly, in this post, I will try to analyze the various factors that YouTube takes into account in order to rank its videos. It’s absolutely clear that the algorithmic complexity YouTube uses to attribute weight to each video and then display it in a predefined order is not as much advanced as the one Google has built all these years to index the entire World Wide Web. … [Read more...] about How to Optimize Your YouTube Videos and Channel
Video integration. The presence of video itself affects the most important SEO ranking factor: content. Video is evidence of quality content, and as part of a media mix on a site, it helps send signals to search engines that your page or site contains rich media relevant to search requests. It is expected that search engines will continue to increase the ranking factor of including video as consumers demand video in search results. So having video on your site will boost page rank. … [Read more...] about 8 Tips to Boost Your Site’s SEO With Video
Of course, if you’re going to go that option, you don’t need to make it a video at all. Animated gifs can work, though those are often a lot larger than an equivalent video and a lot slower to load. Instead, you can experiment with Gifv or Webm formatting; both of which are wrappers for mp4 video encodes. They essentially allow you to play a video without using a standard video player, operating more like an image that happens to have motion. … [Read more...] about Can Autoplaying Videos Hurt Your Search Engine Rankings?