Optimizing Your Video: Expert Answers to 10 Important Questions
Q. What does the Google Keyword Planner do and how is that different from the YouTube Keyword Tool?
A. Catellanos: Google's Keyword Planner is geared for Google searches. YouTube's Keyword tool is just for searching within YouTube. When you are filling out the description use the keywords most used in Google. This will get better results unless you are looking for a YouTube following.
Q. Is it necessary to include a location or your geo targeted market?
A. Catellanos: "Only if you are a small business that wants to do business locally or within a certain area. Be careful if your target market is worldwide or nation wide, posting your immediate area can limit you.
Q. Does the number of times that you use a keyword make a difference? What is the proper amount and does the length of content matter?
A. Saunders: The number of times a keyword is used can be vital to the success of any video marketing. Your keyword should be included in your title as well as your description. Your keywords should take up approximately 3 percent of the text. Be careful not to overload your content with the keyword too much.
Q. Does refreshing your content help?
A. Catellanos: "This can depend on what you are doing. Sometimes updating the content can cause the search engines to think it's new, and therefore longevity and amount of interest (number of views) tends to give you seniority in the search ranks. Be cautious when updating if you take down a video or replace it with something new.
Q. Is it important to title your video exactly the way someone would search for it on Google?
A. Catellanos: Yes. The closest you can come to how someone would be looking for your product or service the better. Exact matches heed better results.
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Eve Grey has been in the film industry for over 20 years as both an actress and a film maker. She currently works as a Producer and Director for one of the leading automotive advertising firms in the country. Eve also is one of the featured bloggers for Herman Advertising and 12 Grove Productions in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Eve studied comedy at the 2nd City in Detroit in 1999 and spent 4 years studying acting at the Actors Workshop in Royal Oak, Michigan. She is also an Automotive Sales Veteran and has a degree in Human Service from University of Phoenix. Miss Grey is also a board member for American Advertising Federation in the Fort Lauderdale chapter. In her spare time she works on a television show in development called "Families of Deployment".