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As the number of creators on YouTube grows, so does the competition. With more content, YouTube prefers quality content. I want to give an e...

As the number of creators on YouTube grows, so does the competition. With more content, YouTube prefers quality content. I want to give an example before I say anything else. Suppose you own a Ferrari and you have to go to a place you don't know the way to. It is assumed that a cyclist will reach this place before you because he knows all the way. Similarly, for YouTube, along with good content, your video should also have accessories that make you a YouTube Rank Video. And this content is called SEO.

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An excellent way to increase your channel rate is that you find your videos. With my time on YouTube, I've managed to get 25 million views from people searching for my videos in Google search alone.

In today's article, I'm going to be telling you exactly how I find my keywords and how I optimize my keywords to rank higher in the search. In this article, I'm going to be showing you three ways to find my keywords. AIt's all free, with some tips. I use it to refine my titles, descriptions, and tags with my keywords.

 Now the first way to find keywords for your videos Is to use YouTube.

And YouTube has solid auto-complete search bars.


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You can find many keywords. Straight from the website, But you have to make sure that you're signed out of your accounts and you're in incognito mode.

This way, YouTube isn't giving you autofill suggestions; they are based on your previous viewing history. It's showing you the recommendations based on demand and a clean slate.

And all you want to do is type in a keyword for the kind of video you want to make. And YouTube will automatically give you suggestions in two different ways.

So the first way is to type in the keyword. For example, I'm just going to type in Zoom because I want to make a tutorial on Zoom.

And you can already see many phrases that I can use for my

Title, description, and tags. For example, Zoom tutorial for beginners,

Zoom video conferencing or Zoom meeting tutorial are all great.

And if I use the arrow keys and go down, I can further expand this and see that people also search for Zoom tutorial for beginners 2020. And this can be another tag that I use, or I can make my title because it covers the entire phrase, Zoom tutorial for beginners, and Zoom tutorial for beginners 2020.

    You can now use auto-fill to find keywords by typing in your main keyword and then going to the start of the word and then just typing in underscore space. And you will find the keyword phrases you were looking for, where what you ordered will appear in the middle or end instead of the beginning. So, for example, people are also searching up.

"How to use the Zoom meeting."

 "How to use Zoom."  

Using these two methods, you can use Google search bar or sorry, YouTube search bar to find phrases, Both where Zoom is at the beginning of the words and the middle or the end of the phrase. So YouTube on its own is a potent tool.

The second way you can find keywords and keyword phrases for your videos are by using the Google Keyword Planner. And I'm going to link this down below in your descriptions. You can click on the link. And basically, the Google Keyword Planner is an advanced tool, which you can use to see the number of searches that specific keywords and phrases are getting in Google.

Now, this isn't showing you how many people are searching for a particular topic on YouTube. Still, you have to realize that, according to online searches conducted worldwide, YouTube is prominent after Google.

So if you're getting the exact numbers straight from Google, it's pretty indicative of how the demand is also on YouTube.And so you can use these keywords and see which ones are the most popular.

And while you might not be able to use the exact numbers to see how many views you're going to get, you can still rank which keywords are better than others. By using this tool. And I think it's compelling. So the first thing I did here was select this location and compiled it in all places because it sends it to your country by default. And then what I did is I typed in three different phrases.

So how to use Zoom, Zoom tutorial, And Zoom meeting guide.

And what you can see is that the first three rows are the terms that I searched for, showing me the demand for them.

   And so it's apparent that how to use Zoo is being searched a lot more. And so this should be what my title should revolve around.

And it also shows me this little graph, which is essentially the trend and how much it's been trending over time.

But the good thing about Google Tool is that it offers me, among other things, how much search is being done on each of these suggestions.

And if I click on average monthly searches, it will rank all of these potential keyword phrases by the number of searches. This planner is telling me that another keyword I should use is how to use the Zoom app because it's getting even more inquiries than the Zoom tutorial. And I can use this also to take note of a bunch of potential keywords, which I can all find through the Keyword Planner.

The final way to find keywords is by using a Chrome extension called Tubebuddy, which I've linked down below.

Now Tubebuddy has both free and paid features, but a keyword researcher is a free tool. I think you're limited to how many searches you can use per month, but if you're going to be posting every week or so, then you can use this tool for absolutely free. And so all you want to do is go on your YouTube homepage once you've downloaded the extension, click on this Tubebuddy button, and then go to the Keyword Explorer, and it's going to open up the tool.

      And here, what you can do is you can search for keywords, and the difference between the Keyword Explorer and the Keyword Planner that Google has is this will give you the volume of how many people are searching for a video on YouTube rather than Google.

So if I find out how to use Zoom and I click Explore. What are you going to see? Are you going to see the overall score and give an incredible score because many people have made videos on this topic since the number of people zoomed in over the last month?

But more importantly, you can see different metrics like search volume and competition here. So like I was saying, a lot of people have made videos. And then, if you go down, you can also see the number of monthly searches.

So they use different tools. To estimate how many people are searching for this term on YouTube. And you can make a note of this. You can also see other common Video tags that people use if they look up to use Zoom on the right side. So what I can do is I can click on Zoom tutorial if I wanted to compare it, and here what I can see once it loads is that fewer people are searching for Zoom tutorial over how to use Zoom. Similar to the results from the Keyword Planner as well. Now another way you can use Tubebuddy to find keywords is by actually searching for any video.

Here I just searched for how to use Zoom meeting and what this tool does; this is powerful, in my opinion.

It shows you which videos are the most used tags in the search rankings. So instead of going into each video and what tags they're using, TubeBuddy collects all the titles and shows you what percentage of tags they're using. Sometimes, when I want to upload something quickly, I find my keywords because it saves me time. If I wanted to see which tags a viral video is doing, I could click on the video. And Tubebuddy will show me what tags the specific video has. And this is also a feature that you can access for free. And you also have the option to copy these tags. So once it loads up, you can see on the right side, Tubebuddy is fetching the labels, and these are the tags that I use for my video.

And you can copy them right away as well. And this is good if you want to do some more granular research. But these are the three ways that I find keywords, all of which are free. I use the YouTube auto-fill, use the Google Keyword Planner, and then use Tubebuddy to find keywords that I can use and my competitors' ones.

And this gives me a perfect picture of all of the different short and long phrases I need to put in my title, description, and tags. And now I'm going to be showing you exactly how I optimize those three components in my videos.

First, I'm going to show you how you can optimize your title in three different ways. Now I made this video on the best free video editors,

I found four phrases that I wanted to rank for because they were all getting searched quite a bit. These were the four phrases, but of course, you can only have one title, and you can only have a hundred characters in that title. And so, my first hint is to try to make the most of this space first.

I always plan to have at least 60 characters because you want to include as many keywords as possible in the title. After all, YouTube uses it to rate your videos. And you want to make sure you do this While you still have a cohesive sentence. So don't just keyword stuff,

but be very strategic about how you use these keywords. This brings me to my second tip. And that is to be as efficient as possible. So I couldn't make my title all four of these, but one thing you might not have noticed right away is that the title that I chose for my video, which is top five The greatest free editing software for videos 2020, no watermarks has all four of these titles in the main title.

For example, you can see that one of the titles I wanted was the top five video editing software. And this title has the full five video editing software. I also wanted to use The Best Software for Free Video Editing.

And this title also has the best free video editing software within the header. It also features free 2020 editing tools within the title.

And effectively, I've been able to combine four titles into one title.

And that led me to the third point, which is to use brackets and columns. For example, this is a sentence, but I used frames to Make my title longer.

And I put no watermarks in the bracket. And the reason I put no watermarks in brackets is so that I can also rank for free video editing software no watermarks because it has all those components. Now I could have also used frames instead of a colon.

So I could have made my title the best video editing software,

the top five free software you can use with no watermarks. And as you can see, because I used the colon, I'm able to add another phrase to my title.

So I think that using brackets and colons is a straightforward way to make your titles longer and add more keywords to them without making them sound too stuffed.

And you can still have a very natural sounding title for your viewers as well. Next, let's talk about the description. So with all the keywords that come to you, I have two significant points to improve your report.

The first one is that you want to try to fill up as much space as possible. Now, this can be tough because the limit for descriptions is 5,000 characters. So you don't have to go up to 5,000, but it's always imperative to write paragraphs or sentences about your video just so that you can put in as many keywords as possible.

     Now don't just put tags in your description because that's against the terms of service. But I always like to write a paragraph or two on my video topic because it helps my viewers, and two, it lets me put in phrases where I can add more keywords without even stuffing my description with them.

For example, the first paragraph I have is, you know, today I'm going to be showing you the top five best video editing software in 2020.

And already, I'm using a bunch of keywords. And even though I'm giving a description, it's an excellent opportunity to use keywords to rank higher in the search. Here I'm writing about each software, which is another chance for me to add keywords.

Google scans videos. It looks at the timestamps, and you can use these to rank higher in Google. For example, if I go to this search the term on how to use Excel, you can see that Google has pulled a video, and it hasn't just pulled a video, but it's also removed a particular timestamp of that video.

And if you have these timestamps in your videos, then your videos can also rank in Google.

So I think adding timestamps is very important. And finally, we're going to be optimizing our videos' tags, and I have two tips here. So the first one is to, of course, use up all 500 characters that you're allowed to while being as relevant as possible. But the second tip I have is to use both types of keywords.

Short tail keywords are single words or one or two words that you see down here, and long-tail ones are the phrases that we talked about earlier.

And it's essential to use both. You want to use long-tail phrases and keywords so that your video can rank for these exact search terms. For example, if someone searches For the top five best free video editing software, I want to class, so I'm making this phrase one of my tags. But the reason you wish to use single-word keywords and single words is that some people might search for things that you might not have put in your text.

For example, if someone looks up the top five video editing for windows 10 is not a tag that I used, and it's not a sentence to my description.

But because I have these short-tail keywords, they can be pieced together to make that exact sentence.

For example, if someone looked up the top five video editing for windows 10, I have the tags' full five video editing for windows 10. And this is the cool trick, in my opinion, because it lets you rank for different search phrases that might not be searched as much and aren't worth the time to be in your tags or description,

You'll still be able to rank for them because you have the words, and the algorithm will piece by piece, but these texts together and show the viewer that your video is also relevant because it is.

And this is a way you can rank for as many different terms as possible. So those are all the tips I have.

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