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AI-Driven YouTube Video Opportunities Analysis

AI-Driven YouTube Video Opportunities Analysis

Group 4 Copy 3 Created with Sketch. Optimal Quarantine Video Topics (Excluding News & Politics) - Best On Desktop

Takeaways

  • Bubble charts show the median number of views that videos of specific topics received over the previous 7 days on the X-axis, and the median engagement that those topics received over the previous 7 days on the Y-axis.
  • The size of the circle indicates the number of videos created about that topic (the larger the circle, the more videos there were).
  • The color of the circles shows the length of videos of that topic (the darker the circles, the longer the videos – see the legend at the right of the graph).
  • Therefore, the optimal video opportunities are in the upper right quadrant (high views + high engagement) with a smaller circle, implying fewer, successful videos, so the category isn't oversaturated.

Group 3 Created with Sketch. All Quarantine Content Topics By Views Per Video

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Quarantine Content Optimal Length

Group 4 Copy 3 Created with Sketch. Cooking Optimal Sub-Topics

Takeaways

The huge opportunity in this sub-category is budget meals, and as per the following graph, optimal videos should be between 10-30 minutes. Here are examples:

  1. Budget Meals: Affordable Easy Meal Idea: Shepherd’s Pie; Low Budget Quarantine Meal Plan - Free Printable | April 2020
  2. Cooking tips: How To Cook All Those Beans You Bought
  3. Special Diet: Keto Sunday Brunch - Quarantine With Me LIVE!; The BEST Quarantine Diet! (Weight Loss at Home)
  4. Cook With Me: 3 Easy Instant Ramen Quarantine Hacks; Quarantine Cooking (Episode 1) - Jo's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Cooking Sub-Topic Optimal Lengths

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Comedy Sub-Topic Optimal Lengths

Group 4 Copy 3 Created with Sketch. Memes Optimal Sub-Topics

Takeaways

The opportunities in this sub-category are boredom cure (for views) and K-Pop (for engagement), and as per the following graph, optimal videos should be between 10-30 minutes. Here are examples:

  1. Boredom Cure: Memes I Watch During Social Distancing
  2. K-Pop: Mina Vines/Memes To Watch While In Quarantine
  3. About COVID: Memes That Cure Coronavirus; Coronavirus Memes That Will Make Your Quarantine A Little Better
  4. Comments/Reactions : Quarantine Memes Starter Pack; Best Coronavirus Memes | GOYL - Get Offended You Lose

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Memes Sub-Topic Optimal Length

Group 4 Copy 3 Created with Sketch. Games Optimal Sub-Topics

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Games Sub-Topic Optimal Length

Group 4 Copy 3 Created with Sketch. Video Games Optimal Sub-Topics

Group 3 Created with Sketch. Video Games Sub-Topic Optimal Length

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