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It is no longer news that YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world. What you may not know is that the equivalent of 1 billion hours of video is watched on YouTube daily. Yes, you read that right. This directly translates to money for owners of YouTube channels. If you own a YouTube channel and you’re not smiling to the bank, it means you’re not doing it right.
with YouTube Keywords tool Getting engagement on YouTube goes beyond creating great videos. It may be the most enthralling video – if people get to watch it – but it will be like a file forgotten in a dusty cabinet if the algorithm doesn’t rank it high enough for users to see. This is where Keywords become necessary.
In the context of SEO, Keywords are common words and phrases that organic searchers usually type into search engines when looking for a particular thing on the internet.
So why are these important? Because they help you identify what’s in the mind of an average searcher. Once you know what people are searching for, you can easily offer it to them. Even if you’re offering the right content, if you don’t apply the right keywords in the video listing, it may just not make it. Without mincing words, it’s imperative you use appropriate and highly effective keywords on your videos. That way, you get much more engagement and you know what that means.
Unlike Google, there’s no official keyword research tool for YouTube. This subjects many YouTubers to go about patronizing third-party keyword tools. If you’re familiar with this niche you'll know too well that many third-party YouTube Keyword Generators just paraphrase the keyword you put in the search bar. It rarely has any effect in building organic reach because it has not done what it should – it has not told you what people are searching for.
Some other Keyword Generator websites offer unmarketable keywords as they either have an excessively high density or may not meet the needs of your ideal market. But I’ve got the solution to your keyword woes.
Are you trying to find the best keywords to add to your YouTube videos' description, titles, and tags? Why not join thousands of other YouTubers who use and trust our keyword generator?
I'll tell you how it works. Our SEO Keyword Generator uses YouTube autocomplete feature to show you the most common search queries your target audience use to search for videos in your niche. YouTube autocomplete feature offers search suggestions to users after they must have typed a word or two. This is designed to hasten the search experience and reduce the stress on users. Okay, this sounds like some technical jargon up until the point where you realize that YouTube gets these predictions from the most common searches of real people. This gives you an insight into the most commonly used keywords. Amazing right?
Now here’s how our tool makes everything better. It imitates a real user and continuously types several keyword variations into the search bar. YouTube then offers suggestions (keywords and long-tail keywords) which the tool saves immediately and shows them to you. Our tool also snoops around the keywords your competitors are using to give you updated on recent industry trends.
Our system is smart enough to arrange the keywords starting from those with low volumes and high search rates.
Our keyword tool is very easy to use. It requires no prior experience or special skill as the tool is already programmed to do the bulk of the work at a single click. So here’s how it really works in five easy steps.
1. First, log onto www.ytseotools.com; a hub of effective YouTube tools to place you ahead of the pack.
2. On the site, you’ll find a list of YouTube tools. Click on “Keyword Generator.”
3. A textbox appears where you simply type in a search query, keyword, or your video title and then click “Generate Video Keywords.”
4. In a matter of seconds, the smart tool does it’s homework and provides you with a list of keywords. Among them, you can find long-tail keywords, some of which are enough to save you the stress of thinking up a title for your newly created video.
5. What’s next? Use these awesome keywords on your video listing and then watch how much good it does to your channel.
So, before you upload your next video on YouTube, you should run through these five steps.