Discussion in 'YouTube' started by lofer, Mar 20, 2017.
Where to do keyword research for videos?
Anu free tool?
this might help
In terms of search volume, VideoCents is the only thing that I know of that gives you YouTube search data.
it claims that it increases subscribers and views as well omg its priced almost 100 dollars too expensive better you buy video marketing blaster pro if you willing to purchase some thing
Check BST section, a couple tools available that do just this (and reasonably priced)
Thanx guys will try.
And they don't even offer a free trial.
if i were to spend almost 100 dollars id go for vidiq pro even though feedback isnt that good about it but still its got a brand name to it and vidiq vision does its job as a free tool
Yeah keywordtool.io, VidIq are some tools that can help you.
you can use TubeBuddy for analysis
bro its paid tool can you suggest any free tool for video keyword analysis
So far tubebuddy is besy for me.
Go with tubebuddy then as its suggested by most of the users.
I haven't found anything for it yet other than perhaps TubeBuddy.
BUT I can give you a quick strategy to finding HOT keywords manually.
Download the chrome extension called, VidIQ. Once enabled, this tools will show stats alongside the youtube search results and single videos.
NO IDEAS FOR KEYWORDS?
Here's the technique -
1) Find a handful of competitor's channels that have a moderate sized subscriber base (make sure they aren't the big dawg in the niche).
- Do this by using the related channel feature on the right side panel of a YouTube channel page.
- Copy the URL to a spreadsheet
2) Now look through the videos of each channel
- Go straight to the bottom and start at their OLDEST videos if possible
3) Scroll up through their videos and look for one that performed significantly better than their adjacent videos.
- Click through each high performing video and copy the URL to a spreadsheet... DON'T watch the video (it's so easy to get lost in the Tube that is YouTube)
- Look in the top right corner of the YouTube page and you'll see stats given by VidIQ. Check their Views/hr stat to get an idea of how its performing organically. I aim for videos with 1 + View/hr but what is good depends on your monetization strategy and industry.
- If the video isn't performing to your standards. Delete it from the list
MINING THEIR KEYWORDS:
You should now have a good sized list of high performing videos that got a significant amount of views despite the channel not having a huge subscriber base. Time to reverse engineer these!
1) Create a New spreadsheet for each video you analyze
2) Copy and Paste the title of the video
3) Look at the Keyword tag area of VidIQ and record any variations they are tagging with.
- VidIQ will show you an estimate of their position for each keyword tag they have! Make specially note of this as these, along with the title keywords are the hot keywords you want to be targeting.
There is a lot more strategies for Keyword Research that I can talk about but I think this response is getting hella long and I should save that for an actually post rather than a reply hahah.
Let me know if you'd like a complete post on this topic!
Use google keyword planer for all type of keywords
Use google keyword planer
Google keyword planner and keywordtool.io results are diferentes.
Don't know which one to select.
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