Subscriptions, comments, and ratings are strong engagement signals. The easiest way to get them is to ask your audience for them. Learn about how to utilize subscriptions, comments, and ratings to get stronger engagement.
- [Lecturer] Video search engines are obsessed…with interest, they dig into the metrics of each video…for clues regarding audience interest.…Engagement is a powerful interest signal…and comments, ratings and subscriptions…are a powerful engagement signal.…They also offer social proof to potential new viewers,…so you want to study flow of all three.…There aren't any big secrets here,…the easiest way to get all three is to just ask.…At the end of your video ask your viewers…to subscribe to your channel,…to leave a comment or give the video a thumbs up.…
If they don't like the video they're going to give you…a thumbs down whether you ask or not.…If you can, provide a kind of cue,…an arrow or an hint from the actor…pointing at the Subscribe button.…Also, respond to comments, be polite,…say thanks to a positive review, answer questions.…You can delete comments and or block commenters,…but only do that if people are being offensive,…don't delete negative comments, let the critics criticize.…Also, when it comes to comments, don't feed the trolls.…
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- List the two factors search engines consider when generating a score.
- Determine the appropriate video hosting service for your content.
- Recall the best practices for dealing with negative comments.
- Identify the appropriate way to adjust the timing in a transcript.
- Name the primary benefit of creating an XML site map for each video page on your own site.
- Apply information gathered from video analytics to increase your mobile audience.