From a marketing point of view, the number of views is far from the most important metric. Much more important is your ability to keep users’ attention. Average View Duration indicates how long, on average, a user watched your video. The closer this figure is to the length of the video, the better. This indicates that your videos are interesting to your audience.
Again, you can see statistics in the context of one video or all videos combined. This can come in handy if you decide to release shorter videos over the course of a month to find out if the average watch time will increase or if the length of the video plays almost no role.
Most importantly, remember that your videos will show higher in SERPs with good average watch times.
CTR of videos
This is arguably the most important metric because it shows whether your videos are grabbing the attention of users.
A high CTR is the main sign that you are making interesting and relevant content. This will give you priority when ranking for relevant keywords, and it will be easier for you to promote your video.
Of course, sometimes there may be a lot of video thumbnail views, but few clicks. This is because users don’t like the icon or the title isn’t getting enough attention.
Low views with high click-through rates most likely means that your content is interesting to users, but you are targeting a specific (and therefore small) audience.
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