Do you create YouTube videos? Do you want your videos to rank higher on YouTube? In today’s article, Keyword Tools For YouTube, I will show you the right keyword tools that give your YouTube videos a better chance to rank higher on search.
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Keyword Tools For Youtube
There are so many great YouTube content out there. But do you ever wonder why most of these videos have low or no views at all?
It is simply because when you look at the metadata of these YouTube videos using a SEO tool, you will notice that these videos are not properly optimized.
I will show you how to avoid these mistakes, and I will show you the step-by-step process that I use when I’m doing my keyword research for YouTube.
I personally use two tools together, and the reason is that the data that I need to make sure that I get it right is a combination that I pull from the two different tools.
The truth is: there is no perfect or one SEO tool for YouTube. Personally, I haven’t found that one tool that gives me everything that I need.
I have developed a good strategy on how to get solid data. If you follow this. You will be pleased with the results that you get with your video ranking.
Keyword tools for YouTube
There is a lot of work in creating YouTube videos. But you also need to understand that your keyword tools have the same importance in getting things right.
I am using two keyword tools for YouTube to help me get the right data that I need to help rank my videos better.
Ever since I found out about TubeBuddy, I have been a fan. This is a great tool for YouTube. You just have to install the TubeBuddy Chrome plug-in. The TubeBuddy Chrome plug-in will automatically load when you get YouTube.
So when I search for a keyword inside YouTube search, TubeBuddy automatically loads and shows me the statistics for that keyword.
The first things I looked at are the search volume and then the competition. There is a lot of competition as reported by TubeBuddy. Also, you can see a ranking gauge that tells what the chances are of succeeding with the particular keyword.
The keyword is very competitive so what I do in this case is to look for related keywords with less competition.
TubeBuddy does an amazing job of scouring the YouTube platform for related keywords. The best keywords that you need should be focused more on long-tail keywords. Most of these keywords have less competition and convert better than the one to two keywords, which are often generic and too broad.
After doing extensive keyword research using TubeBuddy, I like to go a step further and use MorningFame, which is another great keyword research tool for YouTube.
Once you got the list of good keywords from TubeBuddy, you can enter these keywords in MorningFame to get SEO scores.
One of the features I love about MorningFame is it provides a rank for your YouTube channel.
My channel is just new, but I committed to do a 100-day challenge, where I am going to create 100 videos in 1 video every single day until I get to 100 videos.
My next videos will be using both these keyword tools, and everything will be documented. I will be doing a video at the end, showing them the before and the after results.
I’m really excited about this. I hope the experience that I will learn here is something that can help you. I also challenge you to do your own 100-day challenge and create a video every single day.