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Do you have to rnak on youtube to get views?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Ranko Jones, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    Im sure alot of those viral vids havent done keyword research and seo so how do they initially get views?

    also do you only come up on the side of suggested vids after you are ranking in the youtube search?
     
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    Some videos get viral without any previous keyword research but not all of them get viral the same way. Basically...

    It's possible that the uploader has hundreds or thousands of suscribers that will share the video...
    It's possible that the uploader has few suscribers, but the video is commented or liked by someone that has hundreds or thousands of suscribers that will see the comment on their wall and start sharing the video on their social networks

    For the first clicks a provocatory title and thumbnail is everything
    For the sharing factor the content is everything
     
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  3. Ranko Jones

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    ye i was thinking about that, its like how gangstam style bullshit and boxxy and stuff were shared outside of youtube on ***** whcih is what blew them up.

    so in tehri cases its a different model than ours where we are trying to manipulate views cosnsitently whereas theirs was just fluke.
     
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    forums, facebook, twitter, word of mouth. if its good content, it gets shared.