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How To Get Free YouTube Traffic

It’s fairly easy for your video to get lost in the gigantic YouTube galaxy, but fortunately enough, there are some pretty simple and effective ways to create unique organic traffic for your videos.
Here are some tips to keep in mind to win some clicks.
Choose carefully your thumbnail

The thumbnails you select for each video are more important than you think. It’s the first thing people will see when they search for your videos, so it needs to have the “click-worthy” value.
In other words, make it appealing. YouTube automatically gives you three thumbnail options to choose from when you upload a video, but it you feel you need something catchier, customize and upload your own. It goes a long way.
Think over your title and video description
Your title is clearly important for intriguing viewers, but it can also improve your search results and should definitively drive more traffic to your channel.
The very first term should be relevant, such as a keyword and you should follow that with what is featured in the video, building a keyword phrase. While your title should be clear and concise, the video description is where you can go a little more in depth.
The description can include a keyword phrase, your URL, and a mini-post that briefly describes the content of your video.
Create a Custom Background Image

Compliment your content with a clean channel design. Your background image can also invite viewers, so apart from the theme and color options YouTube offers, you can also upload your own background image, helping you to stand out from the crowd.
Make Your Best Video “Featured”
YouTube automatically shows your most recent video in the main “Featured” window on your channel page. For users that post regularly, this is ideal, but for those that post less, sometimes a better option is selecting another video to occupy that slot.
Here’s how: Go to your “Creator Studio” settings and select “Featured Content” from the left menu under “Channel”. Then click the “Feature Content” button and choose if you want to use most recent uploaded video or choose a new video or playlist.
Pay Attention to Comments

Engage with your audience. Take the time to read your channel comments as well as those posted on your videos and be sure to respond.
Remember; clean up if you have to. Delete or report spam comments, if not, it comes off as if you may be ignoring your channel.
Recent Activity is a win-win situation
Show what you’ve been up to on YouTube lately. If you like or favorite a video on YouTube, this action will show up in your “Recent Activity” as well as the “Recent Activity” box of the content creator.
It’s a simple way to make YouTube contacts, and it may bring viewers to your page.
Video owners who’ve been liked or favorited are more likely to click through to take a look at your content in return.
Users like playlists

Create playlists of your videos instead of having a series of separate videos. Start with your most popular or recent videos to get your fans interested, and then let them sift through new and old material.
 If you also want to check out how to increase your Facebook page likes, check this article with a step by step with procedure: Tools to help You Get Free Facebook Page Likes

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