Finding the search volume for keywords on YouTube has been a bit of a guessing game even before Google removed the YouTube search volume tool back in 2014.
It wasn’t a very useful tool and often gave “not enough data” results.
So what keywords should you use and target when uploading videos to YouTube?
Fortunately, I found a tool just released that reverse engineers keywords that have lots of child keywords or longer tail variations to discover some video marketing intel that you won't find anywhere else.
Find out the search volume for any keyword on YouTube.com...
Know exactly which keywords you should target with your videos so that you can instantly start getting views and traffic (not dead air) for your uploaded videos...
Get more traffic from YouTube directly to your landing pages and offers, and start making more sales faster...
In fact, it takes at least 300 unique searches for a keyword term to show up on this tool as a suggested term and if that keyword has multiple child keywords also showing up then it will pull up the most searched terms in your niche that you know you should target.
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This is a very clever strategy and a great discovery for all SEO’s and video marketers to take advantage of and get a head start on your competition.
If you had the ability to know exactly which YouTube keywords were searched the most, don't you think you could finally get more views, likes, comments, and subscribers?
You could use these keywords for keyword poking or for clustering keywords to target with tools like Vid Attack Alpha knowing that there are real traffic volumes as well as knowing which keywords that you can rank for.
This is super simple and powerful strategy combined with TubeXPlore so that you know for certain what keywords have traffic and are easy to rank for and you can create better content and expect fast traffic with it.
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