Optimizing Your YouTube Videos For Search - Savvy Sexy Social with Amy Schmittauer
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Optimizing Your YouTube Videos For Search

On this week’s segment of @Schmittastic Social Media Tips on the Tweetfind blog, I posted a video about optimizing your YouTube videos for search so they have a better shot of being found by new viewers.

If you didn’t know, YouTube is the #2 search engine only to Google. Makes sense because often when people want to know how to do something or know what something is like, they need a visual. And YouTube more than accommodates.

I don’t usually blog about my Tweetfind videos, but if you have thought about vlogging for your business, then this episode is a must-see for you. Each of the tips is a very important way to help your videos be successful and better your chances at being seen in a YouTube search.

Click here to see the episode and let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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Amy Schmittauer is Founder & Face of Savvy Sexy Social, a video series dedicated to helping you go after the life you want. The show on YouTube has an archive of over 600 edutainment-style episodes teaching personal development, vlogging, lifestyle design, and social media. A community from nearly every country in the world has elevated the series to amass more than 3.5 million views, inspiring the release of Amy’s first book Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill It Online with Video Blogging. Follow Amy on Twitter.
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good tips, but I'm not sure about the annotations. Most people drop off of videos anywhere from :30 secs on. But do you want people jumping off your video before they might otherwise? Even though attention spans are approaching nano seconds, I'm not sure it's a positive to have them stop watching a video, even if it's to watch another one on your channel


One tip to note is that it takes time... I have some videos that suddenly jumped up by hundreds of views one day because something relevent to the tagging and description happened in the real world. When I make videos I do my best write in a way that someone would search on google or youtube.


This is something I can really use! Also... I've was doing some domain research. I couldn't help myself but you now have a short redirect courtesy of this lovable, points at self, person. No, it does not mean anything other than I'd like for your concept to grow even more. http://thesavvy.us <<redirects to Triple S>> Also, the3s.us is available if you want something even shorter. @schmittastic