Last week YouTube announced their new metrics in YouTube Analytics: Impressions, Click-Through-Rate, and Unique Viewers. There's a lot of fascinating data we can pull from this to help us make better videos. Let's talk about some
The best way to strategically evaluate your YouTube content strategy is to setup some A/B tests in your YouTube analytics so you can see how one series of content is performing next to another series of content. For
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?
In this live stream we'll share the key analytics we watch most closely and how to use them to grow our channels.
YouTube Red has been available for a little over 1 month now. How's it performing so far? Does it have a future? Here's what people are saying.
In this video I'll show you how to navigate the "subscribers" data in your YouTube Analytics so you can continue to get more YouTube subscribers.
It's the simple compare feature that lets you overlay one video on top of another and see what made one video perform better than another one. With that information, you can continue to improve each video you create and set it up for a higher chance of success on YouTube.
In your YouTube Analytics there's a report for Traffic Sources and for Playback Locations. Both are very valuable.
From the research discussed in this video, we'll review the best time of day to post new videos to your YouTube channel as well as the best day of the week and even the best weeks of the year to both maximize viewership and get the highest CPM possible.
If you want to see data about your actual YouTube subscribers inside YouTube Analytics, there's a little checkbox that will let you separate them from the rest of your channel's traffic.