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10 Youtube Optimization Mistakes. (Tamil) Search Analyst Sasikumar Talks

 Not optimizing video titles and descriptions: The title and description of your video are the first things that people will see when they come across your video on YouTube. Make sure that your titles and descriptions are optimized with relevant keywords and provide a clear, concise overview of what the video is about.

Ignoring video tags: Video tags are keywords that help YouTube understand the content of your video. Make sure to include relevant tags in your video's metadata to help it rank for the right keywords.

Not optimizing video thumbnails: A well-designed video thumbnail can make a big difference in terms of click-through rate. Make sure your video thumbnails are eye-catching and accurately represent the content of your video.

Not using closed captions: Closed captions make your videos more accessible to a wider audience, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Not using YouTube analytics: YouTube provides a wealth of data on how your videos are performing, including views, watch time, and engagement. Use this data to optimize your video content and improve your overall YouTube strategy.

Not using end screens and annotations: End screens and annotations can be used to promote other videos, playlists, or your channel. Use them to increase watch time and engagement on your channel.

Not building a community: Building a community around your channel is important for engagement and retention. Encourage comments and respond to them, create polls, and make use of the community tab.

Not optimizing for mobile: With over 60% of YouTube views coming from mobile devices, it's important to optimize your videos for mobile viewing. This means ensuring that your videos are formatted correctly and are easy to watch on a small screen.

Not using YouTube Cards: YouTube cards are interactive elements that can be added to your videos to promote other videos, playlists, or your channel. Use them to increase engagement and retention.

Not creating playlists: Creating playlists of your videos can help increase watch time and engagement on your channel. Organize your videos into playlists based on topic or theme to make it easier for viewers to find related content.


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