You've probably heard about secret recipes for tags, long descriptions, filenames, backlinks, etc.
The next time you hear this advice, ask if they've run any tests. In most cases, the answer will be "No". The advice is just based on what they think works.
In this video, you'll see how we developed the Keyword Difficulty score in VidSpyPro, using actual scientific testing of the YouTube algorithm.
You can finally see exactly how many daily views each video gets without needing to do any research. You can even see how many views each video has gotten for the last 7 days, so you can spot trends.
All the data can be copied and pasted into Excel. Use the data for targeting videos with YouTube Video Ads. You can even sort by the best titles, based on daily views, to find more keywords.
See how many views your competitors are getting to their YouTube ads each day. You can also see how many comments. (Tip: Leave non-spammy comments on high traffic video ads.)
Cross tabulate all tabs within a search, to find the most common tags associated with the highest views. Our research shows tags aren't as important as they once were, but you can find great keywords this way.
Find out exactly how difficult it is to rank for a keyword on YouTube. Target the keywords that are not difficult to rank for, and know which keywords have are the most searched terms.
Display tags directly under related videos, to compare the keywords to the daily views and views for the past 7 days. Find lots of keyword gems to use with this technique.