YouTube Video SEO – How To Ensure Your Video Gets Maximum Views

by | 4th August 2018

In this article you're going to learn the exact steps you need to take each time you publish a video to YouTube to get the most views possible. You'll learn some simple, straight forward techniques to consistently build traffic to your YouTube videos.

1. Target Keywords

Firstly, use Google's Keyword Research tool to generate ideas for the subject of your video. If you're just starting out, try and find keywords that get 500-1000 searches a month, and make sure the keywords you find relate to the subject of your next video.

Next, do a search in Google for the keywords you've found in step 1. If the searches yield more than 50,000 results, they're too competitive - go back to the keyword tool and focus on more specific or narrow keywords.

2. Create your Video

Create your video using whatever process works for you, but make sure it is relevant to the keywords you are targeting.

3. Publish your video

Upload your video to YouTube, and create a compelling title for the video that includes the primary keywords you found in step 1. Write a decent description of your video in YouTube that explains what your video is about, and include keywords if they are relevant. Don't worry about "stuffing" keywords in the description - just include them if they naturally fit into your writing.

Add all the keywords you found in step 1 as tags. You will need to separate keyword phrases with tags, so if you have multiple word keywords, enclose them in double quotes.

4. Boost your video

You can promote your video using numerous means. If you're lucky enough to have a following on YouTube itself, Facebook, Twitter or other means, you know what to do, otherwise...

Effective Promotion Techniques

Whether you are just getting started or already have significant traffic, there are numerous methods you can use to promote your video. This section is really the most effective part of YouTube Video SEO

One Hour Links

OneHourLinks.com is a simple service that creates links to a website address of your choice, and charges per quantity of links generated for you. They are cheap, and you can use this service to cheaply generate links to your YouTube video using the keywords you targeted in step 1. Don't go overboard when you first use it. Generate a handful of links at a time, and steadily increase the number you buy each week until your video starts getting bumped up the search results.

Article Marketing

You've probably read that article marketing isn't effective, but that's just not true. If you can publish one quality article a week to reputable article directories, you will benefit from building quality links back to your YouTube URL. Here's a list of the best article directories to use -

  • Articleblast.com
  • Sooperarticles.com
  • Articlesfactory.com
  • Yousaytoo.com
  • Articlescompilation.com
  • GoArticles.com
  • Atriclezones.com
  • Ezinepost.com
  • Ezinemark.com
  • Articlefield.com

In addition, it's worth publishing articles to web2.0 sites such as blogger.com, squidoo.com, WordPress.org and hubspot.com

Boost your Articles

Once you've got articles on all of these websites, go back to onehourlinks.com and actually pay for links to the articles. This technique allows you to boost the link juice to the article pages, which in term pass that link juice to your video URL as the final destination.

This is a powerful and effective link building structure that's simple to execute - it just takes a little work.

How to pull all this together

By now you've learnt the key steps to video seo on YouTube - target keywords effectively, publish your video on YouTube with those keywords, then write articles that link to your video and use services to boost the page rank of your articles.

Just follow the steps in this article one by one, and keep going each week until you're at the top. Then sit back and enjoy your well-earned traffic!



Source by Chris A Webb

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