Peter Hollens grew his YouTube channel primarily with factors outside of YouTube's algorithm. Yes, metadata like titles, descriptions, and tags are important, but Peter found that relationships, collaborations, and creating solid content that people notice and watch are
YouTube released more updates to their Community Guidelines over the weekend and they are giving us additional steps on how they may go beyond their channel strike system if you post content that falls outside of
YouTube's algorithm is changing to favor content from creators who regularly bring viewers back to their site to watch more videos. If you're like me and publish once a week, that may not be
Posting once a week was the golden standard on YouTube a few years ago, but today it seems that we have to publish more often than that to keep the YouTube algorithm happy and keep people coming back
In this episode we'll talk about the shift viewers are making in how they discover videos on YouTube as well as 5 ways to get your videos to be highlighted in the places where viewers are most likely to see it.
Has there really been an update to the YouTube algorithm that's causing some channels to perform better and the big guys to start performing more poorly?