Keyword research for search engine optimization identifies the queries of a target audience. The process is similar for all forms of content, including videos.
Knowing searchers’ keywords for finding videos can result in better YouTube marketing, higher rankings in Google’s video carousels, and an improved understanding of your prospects’ buying journeys.
Shoppers seek video demos, reviews, and how-to help. A solid ecommerce video strategy should include them all.
I rely on six tools to discover consumers’ keywords when they search for videos: YouTube autocomplete,
You Autocomplete Me,
“Related searches” on Google Videos, TubeRanker. 6 Keyword Tools for Videos YouTube autocomplete. YouTube, like Google, automatically suggests queries as they’re typed based on popular searches. The autocomplete feature expands the suggestions as additional letters are typed. YouTube’s autocomplete feature expands suggestions as additional letters are typed. Click image to enlarge. YouTube’s auto-suggestions attract a different type of audience than Google’s . For example, Google’s top suggestions for the search query “smart watch” are “smart watch women,” “smart watch men,” and “smart watch for kids.” All signal commercial intent , the start of a buying journey.YouTube’s top suggestion for “smart watch” is “smart watch connect to android,” which reflects an informational intent from, presumably, an owner of the product.But not all YouTube suggestions are informational. Product reviews, unboxing, and shopping tips were all included in auto-suggestions for “smartwatch” during my testing.Nonetheless, Google’s suggestions more clearly signal purchase intent. Shoppers on Google are likely further in the buying journey than those on YouTube.Merchants should optimize for both. You Autocomplete Me is a handy, free tool that expands YouTube suggestions by adding each letter of the alphabet behind the query and then grouping the letters into eight phrases each.The feature is helpful but limiting because native YouTube’s suggestions include many more. Moreover, You Autocomplete […]
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