YouTube has recently announced several new features designed to bring more analytics metrics to its creators. The newly launched custom thumbnail tool allows creators to select a specific frame from their videos to add as the thumbnail image. This provides more flexibility for creators to control the visual representation of their content. YouTube Shorts is also getting updates, with new insights now available for short-form video content. Creators can now see information on views, average watch time, and more, as well as see how their Shorts are impacting their overall channel growth. Additionally, YouTube is giving creators access to the Community tab, previously only available to channels with over 1,000 subscribers, to help them better engage with their audiences. These updates aim to help creators make data-driven decisions and grow their channels successfully.
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Video is, without a doubt, the most preferred content format on social media amongst Gen Z audiences who flock to the big three social video channels (YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok) to engage with influencers, brands, entertainment, news, and millions of hours of all sorts of random nonsense. So, let’s cut to the chase. If you are not producing video content, you are unlikely to be found by a generation totally absorbed by video content consumed on their mobile devices. Online streaming platforms have democratized video, making it accessible […] The post YouTube Launches New Analytics + Custom Shorts Thumbnails appeared first on emfluence Digital Marketing.
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