If all efforts at solving the issue prove abortive, it may be because you haven’t figured out the root cause of the problem. Google owns YouTube, and similar to its parent company, it works with machine-learning algorithms. These algorithms determine your channel’s visibility based on the following criteria:
Optimizing your YouTube channel requires more than just making your channel page neat and nice to look at.
Getting a consistently higher stream of traffic for your channel means leveraging the best YouTube SEO practices while keeping in mind the metrics that YouTube actually uses to rank your videos.
Unfortunately, it’s not always clear what factors YouTube takes into account when deciding which video goes first, second or last. There are, however, data that hint at what YouTube finds essential in videos.
So, let’s take a look at some ways you can rank higher on SERP’s, both on YouTube and even Google, based on the factors YouTube seems to use to measure the importance of videos.