Youtube Keyword
2013-07-21, 05:49 AM,
#1
I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

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2013-07-21, 05:59 AM,
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(2013-07-21, 05:49 AM)Blastoise Wrote: I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

A keyword that is more than 2 words would be classed as a
"long tailed keyword"
These are great because they are more specific and generally convert better as the audience is more targetted than
i.e Microsoft Points
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2013-07-21, 06:02 AM,
#3
(2013-07-21, 05:59 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:49 AM)Blastoise Wrote: I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

A keyword that is more than 2 words would be classed as a
"long tailed keyword"
These are great because they are more specific and generally convert better as the audience is more targetted than
i.e Microsoft Points

Okay awesome, so when titling my video (going off your great advice from earlier), I use the format:

<long tailed keyword> Working July 2013 or whatever

And basically use the long tailed keyword in tags etc and it should be fine?

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2013-07-21, 06:03 AM,
#4
(2013-07-21, 06:02 AM)Blastoise Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:59 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:49 AM)Blastoise Wrote: I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

A keyword that is more than 2 words would be classed as a
"long tailed keyword"
These are great because they are more specific and generally convert better as the audience is more targetted than
i.e Microsoft Points

Okay awesome, so when titling my video (going off your great advice from earlier), I use the format:

<long tailed keyword> Working July 2013 or whatever

And basically use the long tailed keyword in tags etc and it should be fine?

Yup, give it a try and see how you go.
Upload more than 1 video so you can mix it up and see what works best.
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2013-07-21, 06:04 AM, (This post was last modified: 2013-07-21, 06:06 AM by Apex.)
#5
Yes, it's quite possible, if you do have 2 keywords, you'll need to optimize your title, description and tags for them.


EDIT: Sorry, I read your post wrong. Yes, it can be multiple words.

Keyword 1: How to make fry chicken
Keyword 2: fry chicken recipe

^ both are good keywords.
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2013-07-21, 06:06 AM,
#6
(2013-07-21, 06:03 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 06:02 AM)Blastoise Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:59 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:49 AM)Blastoise Wrote: I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

A keyword that is more than 2 words would be classed as a
"long tailed keyword"
These are great because they are more specific and generally convert better as the audience is more targetted than
i.e Microsoft Points

Okay awesome, so when titling my video (going off your great advice from earlier), I use the format:

<long tailed keyword> Working July 2013 or whatever

And basically use the long tailed keyword in tags etc and it should be fine?

Yup, give it a try and see how you go.
Upload more than 1 video so you can mix it up and see what works best.


Okay awesome - thanks for your help.

Is it true if I upload the exact same video it wont rank as it will have the same md5 hash?

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2013-07-21, 06:14 AM,
#7
(2013-07-21, 06:06 AM)Blastoise Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 06:03 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 06:02 AM)Blastoise Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:59 AM)NUMB3R44 Wrote:
(2013-07-21, 05:49 AM)Blastoise Wrote: I know that keyword implies one word, but is it possible for my keyword to be multiple words? Or how do I know which of my words is the key word?

i.e.
How to invest successfully in stocks

A keyword that is more than 2 words would be classed as a
"long tailed keyword"
These are great because they are more specific and generally convert better as the audience is more targetted than
i.e Microsoft Points

Okay awesome, so when titling my video (going off your great advice from earlier), I use the format:

<long tailed keyword> Working July 2013 or whatever

And basically use the long tailed keyword in tags etc and it should be fine?

Yup, give it a try and see how you go.
Upload more than 1 video so you can mix it up and see what works best.


Okay awesome - thanks for your help.

Is it true if I upload the exact same video it wont rank as it will have the same md5 hash?

I think that is only if it gets taken down.
I uploaded 2 videos earlier that are number 1 + 2 they are the exact same lol, with diff tags
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