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Strategies To Attract More Visitors In Youtube

By Bob Watson

There are literally billions of hours worth of video floating around the social video-sharing site Youtube. This can make it next to impossible to get people to pay attention to your little video. But while it is improbable, it is not impossible to steer viewers toward your channel.

There are a few choice tips to get your project in front of viewers’ eyes.

1. The first thing a potential viewer sees is your video’s title. Come up with something that will draw their attention. It isn’t difficult. Simply construct an active and enticing lead-in to your video project. Explain what it is in as few words as possible, but leave a little up to the imagination.

2. List your video in the right category. Remember that viewers looking for comedy videos will search under “humor,” not under “documentary.” Don’t try to trick viewers by placing your videos in unexpected places either.

The issue is when you mislist your video, people can’t find it. If they can’t find it, they can’t watch it. If they can’t watch it, you don’t get viewers and you are stuck at ground zero. Instead, put a little bit of thought into where you list your video. Your traffic results will benefit.

3. Make sure to include several keywords with your video submission. Keywords are basic descriptors to help viewers locate relevant video clips. A good rule to follow is to include at least three keywords with your video submission, though you can use as many as you want.

Videos that make smart use of keywords will get the most benefit from Youtube’s search algorithms. Case in point, lots of viewers love funny cat videos. But Youtube doesn’t know the difference between a cat video and a dog video, except for the use of keywords. So, if somebody searches for “funny cats,” videos tagged with those words will filter to the top first.

4. Youtube is a video-SHARING site. That means you can make use of the social aspect of Youtube’s services. Watch other people’s videos. Comment liberally. And, as often as possible, link back to your own videos. However, be careful to appear genuine. Nobody likes a link-spammer.

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Watson, Bob . "Strategies To Attract More Visitors In Youtube." Strategies To Attract More Visitors In Youtube. 16 Aug. 2010. 10 Apr 2015 <>.

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Watson, B (2010, August 16). Strategies To Attract More Visitors In Youtube. Retrieved April 10, 2015, from

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Watson, Bob . "Strategies To Attract More Visitors In Youtube"

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