In the world more then 6 billion hour of video viewed every month on YouTube and it is the powerful marketing platform for your business to monetize.
Here I will explain how google Algorithm work to find YouTube video on Google Search result. Despite that knowledge it took me a lot of time, testing and patience to figure out YouTube’s. In this article I will give you one best tips to find YouTube video very easily on Google Search Result.
The key to YouTube marketing is getting videos ranked in both Google and YouTube searches. This creates an automated flow of people finding your videos with valuable keywords related to your business.
Google is giving a lot of visibility to video content through its interactive SERP section called a “video carousel”. YouTube is one of the most popular social media networks out there allowing brands to get discovered by their customers.
Steps to Find Your YouTube Video in Search Results
If you recently changed your video, it can take a few days for uploaded videos to be reflected in YouTube search results.
If it’s been a few days and you still can’t find your video in search results, you can try to:
- Using exact video ID, you can search.
- Use search filters to refine your search.
- Improve your video tags to help your video show up in searches.
- Check your Video Manager to find out if any of your videos have errors.
Steps to Find Your YouTube Channel in Search Results
If you have recently changed your channel name or you have created channel name then it can take a few day to show in YouTube search results.
If you’re having a hard time finding your channel in search results:
- Search by your channel ID rather than your channel name. Learn how to find your channel ID.
- Use the FILTER filter results option at the top of your search results to only show channels.
YouTube search tries to show you the most relevant results. Results can include videos, channels, playlists, and live streams.
You may not find your channel at the top of the search results if:
- Your channel name is commonly used in video titles.
- You have a common channel name.
- Your YouTube channel is new.
- Your channel name may not be appropriate to all audiences.