#1 Essential Tip for One Channel SEO [Creator’s Tip #85]

There’s a lot of new featured in YouTube’s new One Channel design and it’s easy to get distracted by all of it and miss the #1 essential peice that actually …
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23 Responses to #1 Essential Tip for One Channel SEO [Creator’s Tip #85]

  1. SoulSurvivorX2 says:

    Always enjoy the info your videos put out :)

  2. Scammernese says:

    Hey Tim, , I was wondering if you could check out my channel? I post FIFA videos (gaming), any advice? Thanks :)

  3. reelseo says:

    I show you how to change the channel title at 3:07 in this video.

  4. reelseo says:

    You’re welcome!

  5. reelseo says:

    Yeah, some other people in the comments below said the same thing. I’m not sure what to tell ya. Either the channel title will play a lesser role in SEO in the future or you’ll later get the ability to edit the title of your channel independently of G+. Not sure which is true.

  6. jasonmichef says:

    I am wondering how do you change your channel name???

  7. Chris DRG says:

    Reel gold Tim! Thank you for continually fronting the battle of making YouTube understandable to the layman! Kudos!

  8. Ronnie Bincer says:

    Hey Tim, at about 3:00 you suggest we change our channel name… when I try to do that (since my channel is “connected” to my profile name on Google+) It appears that I can no longer change the channel name without it trying to change the G+Profile name (which it won’t let me do)… any ideas on that one? In the past the ‘title’ of the channel was something I could change independent of the G+ Profile it was connected to.,, maybe that no longer works, like we no longer can add TAGS for a channel

  9. reelseo says:

    Thanks, Ameer!

  10. reelseo says:

    Sweet! Thanks for clarifying that. And thanks for making a video about it, too!

  11. reelseo says:

    Yeah, we need to do more of that here at ReelSEO for-sure.

  12. reelseo says:

    But now you do! :) Hope it helps!

  13. reelseo says:

    Thanks! Hope it’s helpful for ya!

  14. reelseo says:

    You’re welcome!

  15. reelseo says:

    Yeah, I don’t think you can either. Hopefully that changes going forward, although I understand Google would like the identity to be the same across both networks.

  16. reelseo says:

    Ahh, you have your channel tied to your page? Then I’m guessing you might need to change your page name, too? We haven’t tied our channel to our G+ page yet, so I’m not sure what to tell ya. Sorry!

  17. reelseo says:

    Yeah, that’s unfortunate. :/ Hopefully they change that.

  18. reelseo says:

    Like, just how you would normally talk and write. Don’t cram in keywords into sentences where normally certain keywords wouldn’t go. For example, “This is a YouTube channel about YouTube where every week we talk about YouTube and help you make YouTube videos better for YouTube.” That’s a bad example because no one would ever talk like that… I hope.

  19. reelseo says:

    Sure, no problem. Thanks for watching! :)

  20. reelseo says:

    Hey Eric, not sure I understand what you’re saying here. Three seconds for your comment intro?

  21. reelseo says:

    Depends on what exactly you mean here (I’m not sure what you’re asking exactly). Very generally, it depends on what you’re trying to achieve, who your audience is, strategy, and other things. There’s not really a right or wrong answer to that.

  22. fire2fireable says:

    bronycurious? I love your MLP reviews 😀

  23. Ameer Rosic says:

    Great Tips.

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