Discussion in 'YouTube' started by dragon77, Apr 19, 2009.
Anyone have idea how to find the most searched keyword in you tube search engine?
I don't think there is any program that does that. But it's very likely that a search term that has more searches in google will have more views in youtube. Of course some keywords can't be represented with video. If you want to know which keyword has more views between several keywords one way is to load the #1 video for every keyword in trendr and check it after a few days.
it's gonna be words like sexy & funny & weird, etc.
i don't really see this as a useful exercise. decide on a niche that can make you money, will have an audience on youtube, be conducive to video content, etc. then research the tags, titles, etc of the people who are currently dominating that niche. You can get a ton of traffic off the weirdest shit if you find something with a lot of demand but little supply.
Hint: just type in any letter of the alphabet in the YouTube search and see what it suggests.
Akon Right Now Na Na Na
Akon Right Now
Achmed the Dead Tourist
Give you any ideas?
that is a very smart idea.
yes its really very useful. good idea
Also as an addon from that. You can sometimes get ideas from youtube after you search. It will have accross the top similar searches to do with the keyword you searched.
Try more to target actual google traffic. If you get your video ranking high on web search and video search, it will probably be pretty good in certain areas of youtube too. Also, youtube is making a lot of changes to the navigation of the site, I guess particularly video browsing lately, so relying on them at all in this way right now is shaky in my opinion, and if you target the parent results at google and look around in yahoo, msn etc, you are bound to do well everywhere else, including youtube, especially if you generate that outside traffic...
The best reason though is because you do have tools for this at google, and it's only going to change slightly (especially if you use clever videos, clips, etc to see what people are using to find video - you get not only what everyone on youtube is searching for, but also the much larger numbers who aren't tuned into that search but looking for the same stuff in your field)
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