The Secret To Triggering Google Search With A YouTube Video (Dominate The First Page)

This YouTube video triggered Google Search after one year and currently ranks number 1 on Google for how to contact YouTube support in 2022, out of almost 14 billion results, The large thumbnail dominates the first-page of the results, which leads to more views and grows my YouTube channel.

How To Get 1000 Engaged YouTube Subscribers Quickly & Easily

  1. Identify the main keyword phrase you wish to rank for.
    If I enter the keyword phrase, “How to contact YouTube Support,” in YouTube search, it currently gets 590 searches per month, according to the keyword extension, Keywords Everywhere. This means that people are entering that exact keyword phrase into YouTube search, 590 times per month so it’s a hot phrase to use for my video. Later on. I’ll talk about how to make the title more compelling so viewers will click and watch the video.
  2. Create a compelling title.
    Your title and thumbnail is what viewers see first in the search engines so you need to come up with a compelling title so it gets the click. In this case, I wrote the title, “How to contact YouTube Support 2022 (live chat, email, community, Twitter).” I placed my main keyword phrase at the beginning of my title, then added the current year “2022” at the end, followed by more information in brackets. Creating this kind of title satisfies both the search engines and the searches, as well as people browsing or looking at the suggested videos on the right side of the watch page.

    Keep in mind, the recommended videos that you see at or on the YouTube app are going to be different for each individual because it’s based upon your personal browsing behavior. The results that you see will be different to someone else. Click the link in the description to watch my video on how to write titles for YouTube videos that everyone loves.
  3. Create a clickable thumbnail.
    The thumbnail is what first grabs viewers’ attention when they see your video in the search engines, especially in Google Search, because it has a large thumbnail that dominates the first page.

    Before making a thumbnail, look at the thumbnails of the top 5 videos that are ranking for that particular keyword phrase in YouTube search. Design a clickable thumbnail that stands out from your competitors’ thumbnails by using contrasting colors, bold text, and even including your face.

    Typically, I’ll create two or three different thumbnails, then split test them using the thumbnail split tester from TubeBuddy to see which one gets the most traffic.

    Click here to install TubeBuddy.
  4. Use a strong hook when making your video.
    If you grab the attention of your viewers in the first 30 seconds of your video, it’s more likely they’ll watch the rest of the video. Here’s an example of how I started my video that currently ranks on Google search.

    Hey YouTube, are you there? How come you’re not answering? Contacting YouTube support by phone is impossible. In this video, I’m going to show you how to contact YouTube support via live chat, email, YouTube Help Forum, and TeamYouTube via Twitter.

    Alternatively, you can tease us about what’s coming up later as I did this video.

    “This YouTube video triggered Google Search after one year. Stay tuned throughout the video to learn how I did it and how you can do it too.”
  5. Transcribe your video.
    If you transcribe your YouTube content, you can upload the video transcript via YouTube Studio to view closed captions under your video. The closed captions make it easy for people who can’t hear well or have the sound turned off, to read the content under your video.

    I use an online transcription service called GoTranscript, which transcribes your video 100% by humans instead of machines.

    You simply click Order Online, upload your video file or you can drag and drop your file to upload it, or you can paste the URL, then click Add. Now it shows “1 of 1 of URLs added” and the summary of how much it costs.

    After you click Done and made your payment, you receive an email that your order has been processed and they’ll let you know when your order is finished. After a few days, you receive an email that your transcription is 100% completed and then you can download your transcription and upload it to YouTube.

    You can also use your transcript to share your content via social media sites, as well as create a blog post.
  6. Create a blog post.
    Use the transcript created in the previous step to post the content to your blog. Optimize your blog post by using the same title and description as your YouTube video, then embed your video in the blog post. Make sure you also correctly format the content in your blog post by using titles, subtitles, paragraphs, bullet points, and even internal links to related videos. Doing this will help speed up getting your video content indexed and ranked by the search engines.
  7. Be patient.
    If you’ve optimized your video correctly, most of your traffic will come from browse features which are the videos that are recommended on the home screen at or on the YouTube app. You may also get some traffic from suggested videos, which are the videos that people see on the right side of the watch page or from YouTube search which are people searching for that particular keyword phrase, in the YouTube search engine.

Triggering Google Search typically takes a lot longer than YouTube, so you have to be patient. It may take months or even years before your video takes off and appears in Google Search. You do the work once and reap the benefits month after month, year after year, as long as the video remains on the YouTube channel.

I use the Morningfame tool to discover which YouTube videos triggered the YouTube search algorithm.
Click here to get MorningFame

After you’ve logged into Morningfame, click on the Analytics Report, then click on Algorithm to see which videos have triggered the YouTube search algorithm.

Morningfame is an invaluable tool because it quickly allows you to see which of your videos are being recommended by other people’s channels, which search phrases are currently ranking in YouTube search, and which videos are currently triggered by Google Search.

It saves you a ton of time.

You can also study your top traffic sources in YouTube Analytics for that specific video to see where most of your traffic is coming from.

As you can see, my top traffic source get over 70%, which is external referring to Google Search. My second top traffic source is YouTube search which gets over 20% of my total traffic. I also receive 184 new views every 48 hours from this video so it’s helping to grow my channel as well as generate new revenue every single day.

If you want to get more views and subscribers from both YouTube and Google, watch the video on How To Rank YouTube Videos on the first page of Google and YouTube.

How To Get 1000 Engaged YouTube Subscribers Quickly & Easily

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