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Sep 02, 2020 (The Expresswire) — Global “Immunodiagnostic System Market” report provides complete historical analysis of global market for Immunodiagnostic System from 2015 – 2019, and provides all-encompassing Immunodiagnostic System market forecasts from 2020 to 2026 by region/country and subsectors. It covers the sales volume, price, revenue, gross margin, historical growth and future perspectives in the Immunodiagnostic System market. Plan and develop marketing, market-entry, market expansion, and other business strategies by identifying the Immunodiagnostic System market trends and prospects Immunodiagnostic System market save time and money with the readily accessible key market data included in the report. The market information is clearly presented and can be easily combined into presentations, internal reports, etc.

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Detailed TOC of Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Insights, Forecast to 2026

1 Study Coverage

1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Product Introduction

1.2 Market Segments

1.3 Key Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue

1.4 Market by Type

1.4.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Growth Rate by Type

1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Growth Rate by Application

1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 Immunodiagnostic System Industry Impact

1.6.1 How the is Affecting the Immunodiagnostic System Industry

1.6.1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Business Impact Assessment –

1.6.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges

1.6.2 Market Trends and Immunodiagnostic System Potential Opportunities in the Landscape

1.6.3 Measures / Proposal against

1.6.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Impact

1.6.3.2 Proposal for Immunodiagnostic System Players to Combat Impact

1.7 Study Objectives

1.8 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary

2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

2.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue 2015-2026

2.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales 2015-2026

2.2 Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026

2.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020

2.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Competitor Landscape by Players

3.1 Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Manufacturers

3.1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.1.2 Immunodiagnostic System Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Manufacturers

3.2.1 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2.2 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI) (2015-2020)

3.2.4 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Immunodiagnostic System Revenue in 2019

3.2.5 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)

3.3 Immunodiagnostic System Price by Manufacturers

3.4 Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturing Base Distribution, Product Types

3.4.1 Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturers Manufacturing Base Distribution, Headquarters

3.4.2 Manufacturers Immunodiagnostic System Product Type

3.4.3 Date of International Manufacturers Enter into Immunodiagnostic System Market

3.5 Manufacturers Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Breakdown Data by Type (2015-2026)

4.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.3 Immunodiagnostic System Average Selling Price (ASP) by Type (2015-2026)

4.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.3 Immunodiagnostic System Average Selling Price (ASP) Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Breakdown Data by Application (2015-2026)

5.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.3 Immunodiagnostic System Price by Application (2015-2020)

5.2 Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Price Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

6 North America

6.1 North America Immunodiagnostic System by Country

6.1.1 North America Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Country

6.1.2 North America Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Country

6.1.3 U.S.

6.1.4 Canada

6.2 North America Immunodiagnostic System Market Facts and Figures by Type

6.3 North America Immunodiagnostic System Market Facts and Figures by Application

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YouTube SEO: How to Rank YouTube Videos in 2020

In this post I’m going to show you EXACTLY how to rank your YouTube videos.

In fact, this is the exact process that I used to grow my channel to 295,347 views per month:

Backlinko – YouTube monthly views

So if you want to get more views, subscribers and traffic from YouTube, then you’ll love this new YouTube SEO tutorial.

Let’s dive right in…

How I Grew My YouTube Channel From “Oh No!” to “Heck Yeah!”

Before we get into today’s video SEO tutorial, a quick backstory:

When I first launched my YouTube channel I struggled to get ANY views.

Fast forward to today, and my videos rank for all sorts of competitive keywords, like “on page SEO”:

“Link building”:

Heck, I even rank in the top 3 for “video SEO”:

And because I know how to rank my videos, my channel now generates 295,347 views and 9,193 subscribers every single month.

Backlinko – YouTube monthly views and subscribers

Now that you can see that I know what I’m talking about, let’s dive into the steps that I used to get these results.

The YouTube SEO process begins with video keyword research.

Here’s exactly how to find the right keywords for your YouTube videos:

First, generate a list of keywords ideas.

Your first step is to generate a big list of potential keywords. Then, in the next step, I’ll help you find the best keyword from your list.

Here’s how to find keywords for your YouTube Videos:

One of my favorite strategies is to use the YouTube’s Search Suggest feature.

All you need to do is head over to YouTube and pop in a word or phrase…

… and YouTube will hand you a bunch of keywords related to what you typed in:

youtube suggest

These suggested keywords are GREAT.

Why?

Because these are terms that people actually type into YouTube. So there’s no need to wonder if they’re popular or not. If YouTube suggests them to you, they 1000% are.

You can also go to a popular video in your niche… and copy the same keywords that video is optimized around.

As you probably know, keyword optimization is a KEY part of YouTube SEO. So if a video has lots and lots of views, chances are, that video is optimized around a popular keyword.

To execute this step, go to another channel in your niche.

Then, sort their videos by “Most Popular”

Sort by most popular

This will show you their videos that have generated the most views:

Backlinko – Most popular videos

Next, choose a video from the list. Obviously, you want to pick a video that you can create an awesome video around (more on that in step #2).

But in general, if the video is in your niche, it’ll work.

Finally, see which keywords that video is optimized around. This is easy.

Just check out the keywords that video uses in its title, description and video tags:

Keyword in video title, description and tags

(To see a video’s tags, I recommend the VidIQ Chrome extension. It shows you a video’s tags right on the page)

You can also find some excellent keywords in your YouTube “Traffic Source: YouTube search” report. This report shows you all the keywords that YouTube users have searched for to find your videos.

Keyword list showing traffic sources

In many cases, these are keywords that you already know about (because you optimized your videos around them).

But sometimes you’ll find a handful of keywords that you never would have thought of.

For example, here’s an example of a keyword I found in my “Traffic Sources” report:

This is a keyword I would have NEVER found using any other strategy. But I know that people are searching for it in YouTube, so it makes for a great keyword to add to my list.

Second, find the best keyword from your list

Now that you’ve generated a list of keywords, it’s time to choose the best one from your list.

Specifically, you want to target low-competition keywords.

This is ESPECIALLY important if your channel doesn’t have that many subscribers. If you swing for the fences and go after competitive keywords, your video is gonna get buried in the search results.

Instead, you want to find keywords that don’t have a lot of competition.

How do you check?

All you need to do is:

Search for your keyword in Google.

And check out the “About results”:

This number represents the total number of videos in YouTube about that topic. The higher this number, the more competitive a keyword is. So you want to target keywords that have a low “About results” number.

(How low should you go? Every industry is different. So I can’t give you a specific number to shoot for. Just focus on choosing keywords that have low competition for your niche)

For example, when I search for “YouTube SEO”, there are 10,700,000 results:

That’s a lot.

So if I was just starting out, I’d try a few other keywords, like “YouTube ranking factors”.

Bingo! That keyword only has 26,800 results.

And that means that this keyword MUCH less competitive.

Finally, a bonus tip: search for your keyword in Google.

Here’s the deal:

Most views on YouTube come from within YouTube’s platform.

But don’t stop there. Your video can get 2-5x more views if you can ALSO get it to rank in Google.

How?

The trick is to optimize your videos around keywords that already have video results in Google.

You see, Google only includes videos in the search results for certain keywords.

Unlike a “normal” first page with 10 webpage results, for certain keywords Google reserves a good chunk of the first page for video results:

Google reserves a chunk of the page for video results

In general, Google tends to use video results for these types of keywords:

  • How-to keywords (“how to make cold brew coffee”)
  • Reviews (“beats by Dre review”)
  • Tutorials (“Setting up WordPress”)
  • Anything fitness or sports related (“Cardio kickboxing”)
  • Funny videos (“Cute animals”)

Why is this important?

Well, let’s say you optimize your video around a keyword that doesn’t have any video results in Google. In that case, you’ll ONLY get traffic from people searching on YouTube.

But if you optimize for a video keyword, you’ll also get targeted traffic to your video directly from Google’s first page.

The question is:

How do you find these magical keywords?

All you need to do is search for one of the keywords you found in the last step.

Then see if any of the keywords you searched for have YouTube video results, like this:

Google SERP with video results

Simple, right?

Once you’ve found a Video Keyword, it’s time to see if there’s any search volume for that keyword. Otherwise, you might rank in Google for a keyword that only gets 20 searches per month. That’s not worth it.

So make sure target keyword gets at least 100-1k searches per month in Google (you can find this information using the Google Keyword Planner):

Why 500 searches per month?

If you can get that video to rank in Google, then a lot of those searchers will click on YOUR video in the results.

That means you’ll get more high-quality traffic to your video, and ultimately, your site.

Here’s a real life example:

Because Backlinko is in the SEO niche, I’m going to look for video keywords using searches like “keyword research tips”, “how to build backlinks” and “SEO tutorial”.

Bingo! The keyword “SEO tutorial” brings up 3 YouTube results in Google:

Sure enough, that keyword exceeds our minimum of 500 monthly searches:

So that would be a great keyword to create a video around.

In fact, I already did

Speaking of creating your video…

Step #2: Publish a High-Retention Video

Here’s the truth:

If you want your videos to rank, you need to keep people watching.

The amount of your video that people watch is known as Audience Retention.

And YouTube has gone on the record saying: “Audience Retention” is a HUGE ranking factor. To quote YouTube:

Audience retention

In other words:

If your video keeps people on YouTube, YouTube will rank your video higher in the search results.

(After all, YouTube wants people to stay on the platform so they click on ads. And if you help them with that goal, they’ll promote your video).

The question is:

HOW do you create a video that keeps people engaged?

(Also known as a “High-Retention Video”)

Here are 3 simple steps that work GREAT. I had to learn these 3 steps the hard way. But thanks to this short video, you can start pumping out High-Retention Videos right away.

As you can see, High-Retention Videos DON’T require a fancy camera or microphone. Actually, you don’t really need to sweat production value that much.

As long as your video is valuable and interesting to watch, you’re good to go.

The bottom line?

If your video stinks, it won’t rank…no matter how optimized it is for SEO.

Unlike Google (uses backlinks and other signals to evaluate the quality of a piece of content) YouTube has no such luxury. So they rely on Audience Retention.

That said, Audience Interaction is one of several ranking signals that YouTube uses in its algorithm.

So let me show you the 5 other important YouTube ranking factors:

Video Comments

If someone leaves a comment, it sends a strong message to YouTube that they probably enjoyed the video (or at least engaged with it).

In fact, when I recently analyzed 1.3 million YouTube search results, I found that comments STRONGLY correlated with ranking highly in the search results:

youtube comments chart

So make sure to encourage your viewers to comment on your video… and reply to comments that you get.

“Subscribes”After Watching a Video

If someone subscribes to your channel after watching your video that sends a HUGE signal that you have an amazing video.

The best way to get more subscribers on YouTube? Ask people to subscribe. Seriously, I’ve found that asking viewers to subscribe at the end of my videos significantly boosts my monthly subscribers numbers:

subscribe CTAVideo Shares

How many people share your video on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook?

youtube share button

Think about it this way: people don’t share crappy videos, right? So when YouTube sees that people are spreading the word about your video, they think: “This must be an awesome piece of content!”. And they’ll give you a rankings boost.

(Also, social shares bring more people FROM those networks to YouTube… which they like).

Click-Through-Rate (CTR)

When someone searches for your keyword in YouTube, which result do they click on?

Your video… or someone else’s?

As it turns out, YouTube pays VERY close attention to this user behavior. The percentage of people that click on your result is known as “click-through-rate” (CTR). Obviously, the higher your CTR, the better.

In other words, you want YouTube searchers to click on your result.

And YouTube notices that lots of people are clicking on your result, they think: “We need to rank this video higher up in the search results!”.

CTR Boost

On the other hand, if people are skipping over your result, they’ll drop your rankings.

CTR Drop

The best way to boost your CTR? Create compelling thumbnails and titles.

For example, you can see that my title and thumbnail stand out from the other results for this keyword:

Backlinko – Title and thumbnail

Thumbs up/Thumbs down

Self explanatory

Video Length

Like with text-based articles in Google, longer videos rank better.

I consistently see longer videos outperform shorter videos in YouTube and Google search.

And the data supports this. The YouTube ranking factors study that I mentioned earlier also found that longer videos have an edge over short videos (at least when it comes to YouTube SEO):

video length chart

For example, if you search in YouTube for the keyword “WordPress”, 2 out of the top 4 videos are an hour long.

YouTube SERP – Long videos

How long should your video be?

I wouldn’t sweat this too much. Just focus on creating the best video possible.

If it makes sense for your video to be 20+ minutes, go for it. Don’t worry about your video being too long. If it’s awesome, people WILL watch it.

The coolest part about all of these stats is that you can track all of them in the new YouTube Studio:

youtube studio analytics

That way, you can see how you’re doing… and improve your videos over time.

OK so you’ve created your High-Retention video, it’s time upload and optimize it for SEO.

Step #3: YouTube Video Optimization

Here’s how to extract the most SEO value from your video:

SAY Your Target Keyword

You’ve probably noticed that YouTube now automatically transcribes your videos. And they’re pretty darn accurate:

youtube cc

So if YouTube sees that you mention your target keyword in your video, they’ll “hear” it. And because you’re actually SAYING the keyword that your video is optimized around, YouTube will better understand that your video is about that term.

Video Title

The title of your video should be at least 5 words long. That way, you can include your full keyword without keyword-stuffing.

For example, this video title from my channel is 10 words …only 3 of which are my target keyword (“higher Google rankings”):

Keyword in YouTube video title

Power Tip: Like with a blog post, I’ve found that you get a slight video SEO boost by putting your keyword at the beginning of the title.

So if you were trying to rank for “surfing tutorial” you’d want a title like: “Surfing Tutorial: Learn How to Ride a Wave Today”.

Description

Your video’s description is super important.

Your video description helps YouTube and Google understand the context of your video. And the better they understand your video, the higher you’ll rank (and the more often you’ll show up in the Suggested Video sidebar).

Here are the basic guidelines for the description:

  • Include your keyword in the first 25 words
  • Make the description at least 250 words
  • Include your keyword 2-4 times

This SEO-optimized description helps tell Google and YouTube what your video is about without being spammy.

Here’s an example of a description for a video of mine that’s optimized around the keyword “On-page SEO”:

Keyword in YouTube video description

Notice how I include my keyword a couple of times… without being spammy? That’s what you want to do.

Tags

Tags aren’t super-important…but they help.

Here’s how I use video tags for my videos:

  1. My first tag is my exact target keyword (Example: “Google SEO”).
  2. I also include a few variations of that word or phrase (Example: “Google search engine optimization”)
  3. Finally, I make a few of my tags other topics that my video covers (Example: “Link building”, “Content marketing”)

In short: just include a few keywords to help YouTube and Google learn what your video is about.

Pro Tip: Targeted tags not only help you rank for your target keyword…

…but get you to you show up more often as a related video in the sidebar area of YouTube:

suggested video sidebar

So don’t be afraid to use the same tags that your competitors use. In fact, it’s a YouTube marketing best practice that has worked for YEARS.

When your video’s tags match a video that someone’s watching, you have a good chance of showing up in the Suggested Video section.

And that’s all there is to optimizing your video to rank in YouTube.

With that out of the way, it’s time for a step that many people skip over: video promotion.

We talked a lot about creating videos that maximize Audience Retention and user experience signals. Which is important.

But for YouTube to measure these signals, you need to get views on your video!

Here are some strategies you can use to get targeted views to your video:

Mention Your Video on Quora and Other Q&A Sites

Quora, forums and other Q&A sites are some of the most popular sites on the web (in fact, Quora is one of the most popular sites online).

Alexa site ranking – Quora

But if you try to go in there and spam your blog content, you’re going to get banned. That’s why you want to link to YouTube videos.

And not only can you get a high quantity of views… but the views you get from Q&A sites are high-quality too.

(In other words, high-retention views)

Think about it:

You’re posting your video in a place where people are desperate for information on a given topic. So the people that watch your video will watch a good chunk of your video to help them learn more about that topic.

To execute this step, just search for a keyword that describes your video’s topic. Then, find a question that you can answer.

quora results

When you find a question that seems like a good fit, answer the person’s question as best you can. Finally, link to your video at the end of your answer.

Here’s an example:

quora answer

Link To Your Video In Your Email Signature

People that email you (like your mom) generally like you.

And if you’re like me, you get A TON of emails.

So when you add a link to your latest video in your email signature, you just set up a pipeline is high-retention views.

promote video

Embed Your Videos in Blog Posts

Whenever you write a blog post (on your site or as a guest post for another site), think to yourself:

“Where can I embed a YouTube video into this post?”

For example, when I mentioned “The Skyscraper Technique” in this guide, I embedded a video to explain how the strategy worked:

youtube embed2

This INSTANTLY got my video a few hundred high-quality views.

Use Playlists

Playlists are one of the BEST ways to get more views on your videos. After all, playlists automatically play every video in the playlist… which can lead to thousands of extra views every month.

Here’s how to set them up:

First, look over your videos. And identify 4-5 videos that have a common theme or topic. For example, when I look at the videos I’ve published on my channel, I notice that I have quite a few that cover the topic: “link building”.

Backlinko – Link Building videos

Then, create a playlist that includes that set of videos.

Finally, include that playlist on your channel page. Rinse and repeat until you have at least 3 playlists on your channel.

Speaking of your channel page…

Optimize Your Channel Page

An optimized channel can help your videos rank better in two ways:

First, your channel itself can rank in YouTube. Here’s an example:

YouTube channel ranking in SERP

Second, a great channel page=more subscribers. And getting more subscribers can indirectly improve your rankings.

First and foremost, you want your channel page to look nice and professional. In fact, when I updated my channel page to look like this…

Backlinko – YouTube channel

…I noticed an uptick in views and subs.

Also, include keywords in your channel’s about section. Here’s an example:

Keywords in YouTube channel About section

See how I use terms like “white hat SEO”, “link building” and “search engine optimization” in my channel description?

These are all keyword that I want to rank for in YouTube.

Obviously, you don’t want to use keyword stuffing or any shady stuff like that. Just naturally sprinkle in words and phrases that you want your videos to rank for.

Here’s What To Do Next…

OK so I hope this guide helped show you how to rank your YouTube videos.

Now I’d like to hear from you:

What’s helped you rank your videos in YouTube?

Let me know by leaving a comment below right now.


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1 Study Coverage

1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Product Introduction

1.2 Market Segments

1.3 Key Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue

1.4 Market by Type

1.4.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Growth Rate by Type

1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Growth Rate by Application

1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 Immunodiagnostic System Industry Impact

1.6.1 How the is Affecting the Immunodiagnostic System Industry

1.6.1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Business Impact Assessment –

1.6.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges

1.6.2 Market Trends and Immunodiagnostic System Potential Opportunities in the Landscape

1.6.3 Measures / Proposal against

1.6.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Impact

1.6.3.2 Proposal for Immunodiagnostic System Players to Combat Impact

1.7 Study Objectives

1.8 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary

2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

2.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue 2015-2026

2.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales 2015-2026

2.2 Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026

2.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020

2.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Competitor Landscape by Players

3.1 Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Manufacturers

3.1.1 Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.1.2 Immunodiagnostic System Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Manufacturers

3.2.1 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2.2 Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

3.2.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI) (2015-2020)

3.2.4 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Immunodiagnostic System Revenue in 2019

3.2.5 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)

3.3 Immunodiagnostic System Price by Manufacturers

3.4 Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturing Base Distribution, Product Types

3.4.1 Immunodiagnostic System Manufacturers Manufacturing Base Distribution, Headquarters

3.4.2 Manufacturers Immunodiagnostic System Product Type

3.4.3 Date of International Manufacturers Enter into Immunodiagnostic System Market

3.5 Manufacturers Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Breakdown Data by Type (2015-2026)

4.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Type (2015-2020)

4.1.3 Immunodiagnostic System Average Selling Price (ASP) by Type (2015-2026)

4.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.2.3 Immunodiagnostic System Average Selling Price (ASP) Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

4.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Breakdown Data by Application (2015-2026)

5.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Application (2015-2020)

5.1.3 Immunodiagnostic System Price by Application (2015-2020)

5.2 Immunodiagnostic System Market Size Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.1 Global Immunodiagnostic System Sales Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.2 Global Immunodiagnostic System Revenue Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

5.2.3 Global Immunodiagnostic System Price Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

6 North America

6.1 North America Immunodiagnostic System by Country

6.1.1 North America Immunodiagnostic System Sales by Country

6.1.2 North America Immunodiagnostic System Revenue by Country

6.1.3 U.S.

6.1.4 Canada

6.2 North America Immunodiagnostic System Market Facts and Figures by Type

6.3 North America Immunodiagnostic System Market Facts and Figures by Application

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If you’re stuck at home under quarantine for the foreseeable future, fret not: cult classic sitcom series Community is coming to Netflix very soon.

According to the streaming platform’s official comedy Twitter account Netflix Is A Joke, the six-season series will over from Hulu and arrive April 1 (Netflix reassures that it’s not an April Fools’ joke). For those unfamiliar, the show originally launched on NBC back in 2009, and ran for five seasons until it was cancelled in 2014, subsequently being picked up by Yahoo Screen for a final sixth season. It features an all-star cast including Joel McHale, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Chevy Chase, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong, and follows a closely-knit study group as they journey through their education at the Greendale Community College.

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YouTube SEO: How to Rank YouTube Videos in 2020

YouTube SEO: How to Rank YouTube Videos in 2020

In this post I’m going to show you EXACTLY how to rank your YouTube videos.

In fact, this is the exact process that I used to grow my channel to 295,347 views per month:

Backlinko – YouTube monthly views

So if you want to get more views, subscribers and traffic from YouTube, then you’ll love this new YouTube SEO tutorial.

Let’s dive right in…

How I Grew My YouTube Channel From “Oh No!” to “Heck Yeah!”

Before we get into today’s video SEO tutorial, a quick backstory:

When I first launched my YouTube channel I struggled to get ANY views.

Fast forward to today, and my videos rank for all sorts of competitive keywords, like “on page SEO”:

“Link building”:

Heck, I even rank in the top 3 for “video SEO”:

And because I know how to rank my videos, my channel now generates 295,347 views and 9,193 subscribers every single month.

Backlinko – YouTube monthly views and subscribers

Now that you can see that I know what I’m talking about, let’s dive into the steps that I used to get these results.

The YouTube SEO process begins with video keyword research.

Here’s exactly how to find the right keywords for your YouTube videos:

First, generate a list of keywords ideas.

Your first step is to generate a big list of potential keywords. Then, in the next step, I’ll help you find the best keyword from your list.

Here’s how to find keywords for your YouTube Videos:

One of my favorite strategies is to use the YouTube’s Search Suggest feature.

All you need to do is head over to YouTube and pop in a word or phrase…

… and YouTube will hand you a bunch of keywords related to what you typed in:

youtube suggest

These suggested keywords are GREAT.

Why?

Because these are terms that people actually type into YouTube. So there’s no need to wonder if they’re popular or not. If YouTube suggests them to you, they 1000% are.

You can also go to a popular video in your niche… and copy the same keywords that video is optimized around.

As you probably know, keyword optimization is a KEY part of YouTube SEO. So if a video has lots and lots of views, chances are, that video is optimized around a popular keyword.

To execute this step, go to another channel in your niche.

Then, sort their videos by “Most Popular”

Sort by most popular

This will show you their videos that have generated the most views:

Backlinko – Most popular videos

Next, choose a video from the list. Obviously, you want to pick a video that you can create an awesome video around (more on that in step #2).

But in general, if the video is in your niche, it’ll work.

Finally, see which keywords that video is optimized around. This is easy.

Just check out the keywords that video uses in its title, description and video tags:

Keyword in video title, description and tags

(To see a video’s tags, I recommend the VidIQ Chrome extension. It shows you a video’s tags right on the page)

You can also find some excellent keywords in your YouTube “Traffic Source: YouTube search” report. This report shows you all the keywords that YouTube users have searched for to find your videos.

Keyword list showing traffic sources

In many cases, these are keywords that you already know about (because you optimized your videos around them).

But sometimes you’ll find a handful of keywords that you never would have thought of.

For example, here’s an example of a keyword I found in my “Traffic Sources” report:

This is a keyword I would have NEVER found using any other strategy. But I know that people are searching for it in YouTube, so it makes for a great keyword to add to my list.

Second, find the best keyword from your list

Now that you’ve generated a list of keywords, it’s time to choose the best one from your list.

Specifically, you want to target low-competition keywords.

This is ESPECIALLY important if your channel doesn’t have that many subscribers. If you swing for the fences and go after competitive keywords, your video is gonna get buried in the search results.

Instead, you want to find keywords that don’t have a lot of competition.

How do you check?

All you need to do is:

Search for your keyword in Google.

And check out the “About results”:

This number represents the total number of videos in YouTube about that topic. The higher this number, the more competitive a keyword is. So you want to target keywords that have a low “About results” number.

(How low should you go? Every industry is different. So I can’t give you a specific number to shoot for. Just focus on choosing keywords that have low competition for your niche)

For example, when I search for “YouTube SEO”, there are 10,700,000 results:

That’s a lot.

So if I was just starting out, I’d try a few other keywords, like “YouTube ranking factors”.

Bingo! That keyword only has 26,800 results.

And that means that this keyword MUCH less competitive.

Finally, a bonus tip: search for your keyword in Google.

Here’s the deal:

Most views on YouTube come from within YouTube’s platform.

But don’t stop there. Your video can get 2-5x more views if you can ALSO get it to rank in Google.

How?

The trick is to optimize your videos around keywords that already have video results in Google.

You see, Google only includes videos in the search results for certain keywords.

Unlike a “normal” first page with 10 webpage results, for certain keywords Google reserves a good chunk of the first page for video results:

Google reserves a chunk of the page for video results

In general, Google tends to use video results for these types of keywords:

  • How-to keywords (“how to make cold brew coffee”)
  • Reviews (“beats by Dre review”)
  • Tutorials (“Setting up WordPress”)
  • Anything fitness or sports related (“Cardio kickboxing”)
  • Funny videos (“Cute animals”)

Why is this important?

Well, let’s say you optimize your video around a keyword that doesn’t have any video results in Google. In that case, you’ll ONLY get traffic from people searching on YouTube.

But if you optimize for a video keyword, you’ll also get targeted traffic to your video directly from Google’s first page.

The question is:

How do you find these magical keywords?

All you need to do is search for one of the keywords you found in the last step.

Then see if any of the keywords you searched for have YouTube video results, like this:

Google SERP with video results

Simple, right?

Once you’ve found a Video Keyword, it’s time to see if there’s any search volume for that keyword. Otherwise, you might rank in Google for a keyword that only gets 20 searches per month. That’s not worth it.

So make sure target keyword gets at least 100-1k searches per month in Google (you can find this information using the Google Keyword Planner):

Why 500 searches per month?

If you can get that video to rank in Google, then a lot of those searchers will click on YOUR video in the results.

That means you’ll get more high-quality traffic to your video, and ultimately, your site.

Here’s a real life example:

Because Backlinko is in the SEO niche, I’m going to look for video keywords using searches like “keyword research tips”, “how to build backlinks” and “SEO tutorial”.

Bingo! The keyword “SEO tutorial” brings up 3 YouTube results in Google:

Sure enough, that keyword exceeds our minimum of 500 monthly searches:

So that would be a great keyword to create a video around.

In fact, I already did

Speaking of creating your video…

Step #2: Publish a High-Retention Video

Here’s the truth:

If you want your videos to rank, you need to keep people watching.

The amount of your video that people watch is known as Audience Retention.

And YouTube has gone on the record saying: “Audience Retention” is a HUGE ranking factor. To quote YouTube:

Audience retention

In other words:

If your video keeps people on YouTube, YouTube will rank your video higher in the search results.

(After all, YouTube wants people to stay on the platform so they click on ads. And if you help them with that goal, they’ll promote your video).

The question is:

HOW do you create a video that keeps people engaged?

(Also known as a “High-Retention Video”)

Here are 3 simple steps that work GREAT. I had to learn these 3 steps the hard way. But thanks to this short video, you can start pumping out High-Retention Videos right away.

As you can see, High-Retention Videos DON’T require a fancy camera or microphone. Actually, you don’t really need to sweat production value that much.

As long as your video is valuable and interesting to watch, you’re good to go.

The bottom line?

If your video stinks, it won’t rank…no matter how optimized it is for SEO.

Unlike Google (uses backlinks and other signals to evaluate the quality of a piece of content) YouTube has no such luxury. So they rely on Audience Retention.

That said, Audience Interaction is one of several ranking signals that YouTube uses in its algorithm.

So let me show you the 5 other important YouTube ranking factors:

Video Comments

If someone leaves a comment, it sends a strong message to YouTube that they probably enjoyed the video (or at least engaged with it).

In fact, when I recently analyzed 1.3 million YouTube search results, I found that comments STRONGLY correlated with ranking highly in the search results:

youtube comments chart

So make sure to encourage your viewers to comment on your video… and reply to comments that you get.

“Subscribes”After Watching a Video

If someone subscribes to your channel after watching your video that sends a HUGE signal that you have an amazing video.

The best way to get more subscribers on YouTube? Ask people to subscribe. Seriously, I’ve found that asking viewers to subscribe at the end of my videos significantly boosts my monthly subscribers numbers:

subscribe CTAVideo Shares

How many people share your video on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook?

youtube share button

Think about it this way: people don’t share crappy videos, right? So when YouTube sees that people are spreading the word about your video, they think: “This must be an awesome piece of content!”. And they’ll give you a rankings boost.

(Also, social shares bring more people FROM those networks to YouTube… which they like).

Click-Through-Rate (CTR)

When someone searches for your keyword in YouTube, which result do they click on?

Your video… or someone else’s?

As it turns out, YouTube pays VERY close attention to this user behavior. The percentage of people that click on your result is known as “click-through-rate” (CTR). Obviously, the higher your CTR, the better.

In other words, you want YouTube searchers to click on your result.

And YouTube notices that lots of people are clicking on your result, they think: “We need to rank this video higher up in the search results!”.

CTR Boost

On the other hand, if people are skipping over your result, they’ll drop your rankings.

CTR Drop

The best way to boost your CTR? Create compelling thumbnails and titles.

For example, you can see that my title and thumbnail stand out from the other results for this keyword:

Backlinko – Title and thumbnail

Thumbs up/Thumbs down

Self explanatory

Video Length

Like with text-based articles in Google, longer videos rank better.

I consistently see longer videos outperform shorter videos in YouTube and Google search.

And the data supports this. The YouTube ranking factors study that I mentioned earlier also found that longer videos have an edge over short videos (at least when it comes to YouTube SEO):

video length chart

For example, if you search in YouTube for the keyword “WordPress”, 2 out of the top 4 videos are an hour long.

YouTube SERP – Long videos

How long should your video be?

I wouldn’t sweat this too much. Just focus on creating the best video possible.

If it makes sense for your video to be 20+ minutes, go for it. Don’t worry about your video being too long. If it’s awesome, people WILL watch it.

The coolest part about all of these stats is that you can track all of them in the new YouTube Studio:

youtube studio analytics

That way, you can see how you’re doing… and improve your videos over time.

OK so you’ve created your High-Retention video, it’s time upload and optimize it for SEO.

Step #3: YouTube Video Optimization

Here’s how to extract the most SEO value from your video:

SAY Your Target Keyword

You’ve probably noticed that YouTube now automatically transcribes your videos. And they’re pretty darn accurate:

youtube cc

So if YouTube sees that you mention your target keyword in your video, they’ll “hear” it. And because you’re actually SAYING the keyword that your video is optimized around, YouTube will better understand that your video is about that term.

Video Title

The title of your video should be at least 5 words long. That way, you can include your full keyword without keyword-stuffing.

For example, this video title from my channel is 10 words …only 3 of which are my target keyword (“higher Google rankings”):

Keyword in YouTube video title

Power Tip: Like with a blog post, I’ve found that you get a slight video SEO boost by putting your keyword at the beginning of the title.

So if you were trying to rank for “surfing tutorial” you’d want a title like: “Surfing Tutorial: Learn How to Ride a Wave Today”.

Description

Your video’s description is super important.

Your video description helps YouTube and Google understand the context of your video. And the better they understand your video, the higher you’ll rank (and the more often you’ll show up in the Suggested Video sidebar).

Here are the basic guidelines for the description:

  • Include your keyword in the first 25 words
  • Make the description at least 250 words
  • Include your keyword 2-4 times

This SEO-optimized description helps tell Google and YouTube what your video is about without being spammy.

Here’s an example of a description for a video of mine that’s optimized around the keyword “On-page SEO”:

Keyword in YouTube video description

Notice how I include my keyword a couple of times… without being spammy? That’s what you want to do.

Tags

Tags aren’t super-important…but they help.

Here’s how I use video tags for my videos:

  1. My first tag is my exact target keyword (Example: “Google SEO”).
  2. I also include a few variations of that word or phrase (Example: “Google search engine optimization”)
  3. Finally, I make a few of my tags other topics that my video covers (Example: “Link building”, “Content marketing”)

In short: just include a few keywords to help YouTube and Google learn what your video is about.

Pro Tip: Targeted tags not only help you rank for your target keyword…

…but get you to you show up more often as a related video in the sidebar area of YouTube:

suggested video sidebar

So don’t be afraid to use the same tags that your competitors use. In fact, it’s a YouTube marketing best practice that has worked for YEARS.

When your video’s tags match a video that someone’s watching, you have a good chance of showing up in the Suggested Video section.

And that’s all there is to optimizing your video to rank in YouTube.

With that out of the way, it’s time for a step that many people skip over: video promotion.

We talked a lot about creating videos that maximize Audience Retention and user experience signals. Which is important.

But for YouTube to measure these signals, you need to get views on your video!

Here are some strategies you can use to get targeted views to your video:

Mention Your Video on Quora and Other Q&A Sites

Quora, forums and other Q&A sites are some of the most popular sites on the web (in fact, Quora is one of the most popular sites online).

Alexa site ranking – Quora

But if you try to go in there and spam your blog content, you’re going to get banned. That’s why you want to link to YouTube videos.

And not only can you get a high quantity of views… but the views you get from Q&A sites are high-quality too.

(In other words, high-retention views)

Think about it:

You’re posting your video in a place where people are desperate for information on a given topic. So the people that watch your video will watch a good chunk of your video to help them learn more about that topic.

To execute this step, just search for a keyword that describes your video’s topic. Then, find a question that you can answer.

quora results

When you find a question that seems like a good fit, answer the person’s question as best you can. Finally, link to your video at the end of your answer.

Here’s an example:

quora answer

Link To Your Video In Your Email Signature

People that email you (like your mom) generally like you.

And if you’re like me, you get A TON of emails.

So when you add a link to your latest video in your email signature, you just set up a pipeline is high-retention views.

promote video

Embed Your Videos in Blog Posts

Whenever you write a blog post (on your site or as a guest post for another site), think to yourself:

“Where can I embed a YouTube video into this post?”

For example, when I mentioned “The Skyscraper Technique” in this guide, I embedded a video to explain how the strategy worked:

youtube embed2

This INSTANTLY got my video a few hundred high-quality views.

Use Playlists

Playlists are one of the BEST ways to get more views on your videos. After all, playlists automatically play every video in the playlist… which can lead to thousands of extra views every month.

Here’s how to set them up:

First, look over your videos. And identify 4-5 videos that have a common theme or topic. For example, when I look at the videos I’ve published on my channel, I notice that I have quite a few that cover the topic: “link building”.

Backlinko – Link Building videos

Then, create a playlist that includes that set of videos.

Finally, include that playlist on your channel page. Rinse and repeat until you have at least 3 playlists on your channel.

Speaking of your channel page…

Optimize Your Channel Page

An optimized channel can help your videos rank better in two ways:

First, your channel itself can rank in YouTube. Here’s an example:

YouTube channel ranking in SERP

Second, a great channel page=more subscribers. And getting more subscribers can indirectly improve your rankings.

First and foremost, you want your channel page to look nice and professional. In fact, when I updated my channel page to look like this…

Backlinko – YouTube channel

…I noticed an uptick in views and subs.

Also, include keywords in your channel’s about section. Here’s an example:

Keywords in YouTube channel About section

See how I use terms like “white hat SEO”, “link building” and “search engine optimization” in my channel description?

These are all keyword that I want to rank for in YouTube.

Obviously, you don’t want to use keyword stuffing or any shady stuff like that. Just naturally sprinkle in words and phrases that you want your videos to rank for.

Here’s What To Do Next…

OK so I hope this guide helped show you how to rank your YouTube videos.

Now I’d like to hear from you:

What’s helped you rank your videos in YouTube?

Let me know by leaving a comment below right now.


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