The search process on YouTube has remained a mystery to many YouTubers. Google has spoken openly about this. Not only that, but they have also created a separate website ‘How YouTube Works’ on the subject. Details to Ashraful Islam
Google’s video-sharing platform YouTube tries to stay ahead in search results. And if it is successful, the view of the video is more. But the question is, how to stay ahead of the search results in the crowd of thousands of videos?
If you know how YouTube’s search algorithm works, it’s a little easier!
YouTube’s ranking algorithm works on many topics when determining search relevant videos. Suppose you search for a video on YouTube, then first of all YouTube’s neural network system will verify the text content added to the video title, tag, and description. Then the videos that match the search keyword will show first.
The second step is to study the data obtained from YouTube search algorithm users. YouTube search results may vary from user to user. In other words, which user watches the video of which YouTube channel the most, which user is watching the video with which keyword first. YouTube has all that information. The algorithm verifies that information and suggests the video to the user accordingly in the search results.
Whether the video is standard
YouTube has always encouraged content creators to create quality videos. If the quality of the video is good, that video will show up on everyone in the search results. Google said in a statement that “our algorithm can verify which video is standard.” This means that videos that have the keywords that the user searches for are checked in a matter of moments by Google’s algorithm to decide which ones are standard and which are not. Then he shows the quality video to everyone in the search results. So if you want to show the video in the search results, it is important to keep the quality of the video. It is best to match the video content with the title, shoot the video in 4K or HD and have enough information in the video. Don’t be discouraged if the user searches for the keyword that appears in your video.
While watching the video on YouTube, you will see some suggestion videos. In addition, the next button also shows the suggestion video. Which video suggestions to watch depends largely on the user. These include the user’s video viewing and search history, which channels are subscribed to, location, time, how many people have watched the video with suggestions, etc.
If the user clicks on the ‘not interested’ button in a video with suggestions, then that video will no longer show suggestions.
If you keep these things in mind while uploading videos on YouTube, you can stay ahead in the search results.