Hi this video is about how to find the traffic
sources of your YouTube Videos Do you know what search terms or keywords
people are using to find your videos on YouTube? If you videos appear on the first page of
YouTube or Google you’ll receive a continuous stream of free traffic.
This is a great way to generate new leads or subscribers on autopilot.
Stay tuned to analyze the traffic sources of your YouTube videos
Herman Drost DrostDesigns.com The traffic sources report in YouTube Analytics
shows the sites and YouTube features that viewers use to find your content.
You can use it to get insight into the many ways viewers find your videos.
For example, you can see if viewers are searching directly on YouTube, clicking “suggested videos”
thumbnails, or following links from social networking websites like Twitter or Facebook.
Here’s how to view your traffic sources using YouTube Analytics
Log into your YouTube channel Click the profile icon
Click “creator studio” Click the drop down box next to analytics
Go to traffic sources Click on “YouTube search”
Here are all the keyword phrases that people are using to find your videos on YouTube
It gives you the watch time, number of views, average view duration
You can also get the geography…as you can see the United States is the most popular
If you go back to traffic sources and click on “suggested videos”…these are views from
susgestions appearing alongside or after other videos
Here you’ve got a list of the top 25 videos that appear as the “suggested videos”
This is the last 28 days but you can also adjust it if you want view the last 90 days
or this year, last year, etc If you go back to traffic sources we can see
the other sources of traffic… External..this is traffic from websites and
apps that embed your videos or link to your videos on YouTube.
YouTube advertising..this is ad playbacks that qualify as a view
Direct or Unknown…is traffic from direct URL entry, bookmarks and unidentified apps
Suggested videos..is the viiews from suggestions appearing alongside or after other videos
You can see most of my traffic is coming from YouTube search and from external
If I hover over the graph, I can analyze these statistics for April 2016 so I’ve got suggested
videos, direct or unknown, YouTube advertising, external sources and YouTube search.
YouTube search is my highest traffic source. That’s it!
Now you know the traffic sources that people are using to discover your videos.
You’ll also know the keywords that people are using to find your videos on Google and
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